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2014 Wedding Trends

In early December, I reached out to the 18,000 members of this wedding community and asked, "What are your predictions for 2014 weddings?"  Here are the highlights from the answers that I received from the experts (aka BridalTweet's wedding vendors).  After reading this list of predictions, I'm sure that you'll agree that 2014 will bring forth elegant, meaningful moments that we will remember forever!

1. Hand-painted Wedding Cakes.  Predicted by by Crystalpearl Jewelry.

2.  Detailed Backs.  "Backs are going to be the main feature in 2014.  Thanks to vintage influences in 2013, 2014 is going to be packed with this subtle yet sexy feature.  We are talking keyholes, jeweled embellishments, architectural pleating and lace fill-ins." - Rachel Morgan

 

3.  Rustic is out. Elegant is in. "Brides are looking for contemporary design with traditional touches. Budgets will still be tight but there will be increased spending on uniqueness and interactive activities for guests." - Marina Luri Events

 

4. Tea-Length Dresses.  "...have been reappearing throughout 2013 and in 2014, we are expecting to see a tea-length boom.  These short designs are super cute and are a bit different than the traditional wedding dress. " - Rachel Morgan

 

The next six trends were submitted by OliverINK Publishing...  

5. Large Ruffled Skirts

6. Gold Table Decor

7. Brides Posing in Front of Doors

 

8. Printed/Patterned Bridesmaid Dresses

 

9. Text-dominant Invitations

 

10. Tutus for Flower Girls

 

What are your predictions for 2014 weddings?  Please comment below.

 

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Comment by Fran on December 12, 2013 at 12:31am

Ah, now I understand. I just played for a wedding with  tea-length bride dress used. First that I had seen.

Comment by Jeannie Sheppard on December 17, 2013 at 3:59pm

Yes, agree with them all but I would add one more thing to the list.. geometrics. In particular chevron stripes. This trend is emerging from the Great Gatsby fashions and I think we'll see everything art deco in high demand in 2014. In a recent wedding I decorated, we even tok the geometric trend down to the flower petals!

Comment by SevenPromises.com on December 18, 2013 at 3:28am

Yes, Changes as suggested are really awesome, I also expect few changes in Inviting your Guests with Royal Designer wedding Invitations. In Context of Indian Wedding, this is most beautiful aspect for quality impression on Guest.

Comment by Wedding Thingz on December 30, 2013 at 10:19am

I agree with all, but I do not think rustic is out. You will still see this element in 2014. Here's my list of wedding trends.  

Comment by Rita A. Powell on January 13, 2014 at 11:09am

I think this years idea's for wedding are fabulous and they let me know that I am right on point with my own suggested idea to my clients.

Comment by Natalie Furt on September 12, 2014 at 11:46pm

I agree elegant is always in!  I found these beautiful elegant gloves. I hope it brings inspiration!https://www.etsy.com/listing/203219922/white-lace-wedding-gloves-with

Comment by Sally Blushing Blooms on October 13, 2014 at 6:13am

I must admit I am loving all the floral headpieces at the moment. Such an elegant and modern alternative to the traditional veil! 
Sally - Blushing Blooms

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