Quite the lengthy opinion given on wedding trends for 2014, very funny to think that in this particular instance sometimes The Knot is the trendsetter with their early announcements. Maybe we’ll do a look back at the end of the year to see which of these came true
NEW YORK, Jan. 7, 2014 /PRNewswire/ — TheKnot.com, the number one wedding planning destination, today released its annual predictions for the hottest wedding trends on the horizon for 2014. From the influences of technology for super-charged guests who share every detail socially and the reverse effect of unplugged weddings, where couples ask guests to check their phones at the door, to the inspiration of over-the-top flowers and the bright pops of color, the trends for 2014 are in for a totally unique twist.
“Weddings continue to take cues from celebrities, as well as inspiration from the fashion runways,” says Rebecca Dolgin, editor in chief of TheKnot.com. “This year, weddings are even bigger and more blown out with everything from an all-out, all-nighter wedding party to slo-mo photo booths and temporary tattoo favors. Brides and grooms will continue to weave a personal thread through their weddings, making their style true to who they are, be that rustic and natural with a woodland wedding or totally techy with a phone charging station.”
Below we’ve simply listed the top trends, but will come back to them and perhaps do a more lengthy post about each of them in turn.
- Woodland Weddings
- Please Don’t Instagram My Wedding
- #SuperCharged Guests
- All-Nighter Weddings
- Jeweled Necklines
- Trash-the-Dress Backlash
- Brights Are Back
- The Year of the Flower
- Long Live the Photo Booth
- The Dream of the ’90s Is Alive
If you’re interested in the full article, then by all means, here is a link to it.