• Yoohoo all you brides-to-be, if you’re looking for some Pinterest-worthy ideas to add to your dream wedding moodboard, here are 8 big wedding trends that might just make you say ‘I do’.

    Casually Decorated Tables 
    More rustic dinner party than formal wedding, think mismatched crockery, all sorts and colours of vessels used as vases, farmer’s market flowers and quirky details like bowls of cherries to keep hunger pangs at bay

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    Bijoux Bouquets
    Brooch bouquets are a thing – and we like. Part of the fun is collecting them from thrift stores, vintage boutiques, markets and trawling your mom and grandma’s jewellery box for pieces with meaning. The more eclectic, vintage and colourful the better. Otherwise it can look a little dodge and twee

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    A Fabulous Cocktail Menu
    Nothing says party like yummy seasonal drinky-poos
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    Tea Dresses
    Sophisticated vintage-inspired silhouettes from the 50s are perfect for the relaxed modern bride. Plus you can always have it dyed to wear again

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    A Stand-Out Hair Piece
    Forget the focus on traditional jewellery and bling up your locks

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    Rugs
    For a rustic outdoor wedding, a pathway of eclectic rugs brings a boho touch
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    A Wedding Favour (They’ll Actually Want & Use)
    Tote bags are the new handbags – opt for several cute personalised designs for guests to choose from – one with your names and wedding date and others based on the theme of love

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    Whimsical High-Tea Style Cakes

    A cake that looks like you (almost) baked it yourself is much cooler than a formal and decorated-to-within-an-inch-of-its-life number. Plus a rustic, home baked-style cake always tastes better anyway

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  • 4 Comments to “8 Cool Wedding Trends”

    1. lameez on

      Good Morning, Wow stunnin and so unique . Fave is the vintage jewelery bouquet love the beautifull wedding idea!!

    2. Lois Carol Wessels on

      Great ideas – so originL!

    3. Siobhan Peereboom on

      Short wedding dresses are not formal enough for wedding ceremony, so i assume tea length bridal dresses would be a new trend in 2016.

    4. iwantthat on

      I wore a short dress and loved it! V x

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