2018 Wedding Trends, According to Weddings by Funjet Concierge Katie

What’s hot and trending in the wild world of destination weddings this year?

Concierge Katie broke it down for all of you brides and grooms that are checklist-deep into planning, with beautiful photography examples from real Weddings by Funjet weddings.

I must have flowers, always and always.


Photo by Del Mar Photography

Cascading flowers are making their way back into the trends for 2018.

Dark colors like burgundy, deep reds and purples will be common.

Over-sized bouquets and centerpieces will have lots of greenery.

If you love something, it will work. That’s the only real rule.


Photo by DeGroot Film Co.

New materials like marble and metal will enter the décor scene; think industrial chic.

Rustic and natural colors will be present in ceremony and reception spaces. Green, burgundy and tan are colors we receive requests in for often.

Ultra violet, the 2018 Pantone color of the year will make way in the wedding-sphere with bold pops of color alongside neutrals and greenery.

Geometric shapes will be popular especially in table décor, creating a clean and contemporary feel.

Happiness is knowing there is cake in the oven (or donuts).


Photo by DeGroot Film Co.

Simple cakes will allow dessert bars to steal the show.

Donut worry, be happy! Donuts will continue to be a popular display at wedding receptions.

Keep calm, and wedding dress shop.


Photo by Savanah Loftus Photography

In 2017 we saw more wedding dresses with romantic lace sleeves. This year we’ll expect to see brides getting creative with capes, jackets and added accessories to the dress.

Trendy styles like two pieces and lace dresses will continue to steal the show.

Fuller ball gown silhouettes will become popular once again. We see you, Hayley Paige!

While white will always be the most popular, new shades and hues like pink and gold will emerge.

Hello there, handsome.


Photo by Impact Images

Lighter colors like beige and grey will be popular for grooms.

Checkered patterned suits will be seen on those grooms looking to have a fun and casual vibe.

Black-tie wear is back and better than ever. Sharp black and navy blue suit coats matched with a bow tie will make a groom look super dapper and formal.

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This post was written by Katie Brierton

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