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2017 Wedding Trends to Include in Your Upcoming Day

April 27, 2017 | nicole

Seeing as we’re now a quarter into the year, it’s about time we share our favorite 2017 wedding trends with you! These fashion-forward details are popping up in weddings all over the world this year and we can’t get enough! If you’ve been feeling uninspired about your wedding design, consider including one of these 2017 wedding trends in your upcoming day!

Floral Hoops

It was only a matter of time before we started seeing flower crowns being used in other ways on a wedding day! The floral hoop is one of our favorite 2017 wedding trends because it’s so versatile. The halo shape makes for a modern take on the traditional bridal bouquet. Play with size and display your floral hoops as a ceremony backdrop or overhead at your reception.

photo by Jessica Heron, event design by SueBlue Events, floral design by Tribes N Pines, rentals by Vintage Meets Modern and SueBlue Event Rentals, macrame backdrop by Work/Shop PDX, venue: Opal 28; see more from this wedding here!

photo by Heather Burris Photography, floral design by Wildly Cultivated, wedding dress by Sweet Caroline Styles, sweater: here; see more from this wedding inspiration shoot here!

photo by Jamie & Sarah Photography, floral design by GVL Floral; see more from this wedding here!

photo by The Image Is Found, floral design by Alexis Tingey; see more from this wedding here!

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Copper Accents

While gold details have reigned supreme for several years, we’re loving the move to copper accents. From blooms and textiles to vases and candlesticks, including copper in your color palette adds a dose of warmth to the overall atmosphere of your day.

photo by Monique Serra Photography, event planning by Hickenloopers, event coordination: Photo Native, venue: The Charcoal Loft, floral design by The Potted Pansy, rentals by Renata Stone; see more from this wedding inspiration shoot here!

photo by Peyton Rainey Photography and Chelsea Denise Photography, venue: Southwind Hills, floral design by Forever Cole Events, rentals by Borrowed Charm; see more from this wedding inspiration shoot here!

photo by Briana Morrison, event design by CES Weddings and Events, venue: Honey Run Covered Bridge, signage by Honeybrush Design; see more from this wedding here!

photo by Haley Nord Photography, event design by Havenwood, floral design by Beehive Floral Co.; see more from this wedding inspiration shoot here!

Asymmetrical Ceremony Backdrops

When it comes to cutting-edge ceremony design, stylish couples are ditching symmetry for uniquely asymmetrical ceremony backdrops. The visual interest created by asymmetry transforms your ceremony space into a piece of art worthy of the vows you’ll soon exchange!

photo by Karra Leigh Photography, event design by Dayna Salomon, venue: Union/Pine, floral design by Good Seed Floral, rentals by Classic Vintage Rentals; see more from this wedding here!

photo by Jessica Heron, event design by SueBlue Events, floral design by Tribes N Pines, rentals by Vintage Meets Modern and SueBlue Event Rentals, macrame backdrop by Work/Shop PDX, venue: Opal 28; see more from this wedding here!

photo by Joe+Kathrina, event planning by Tasteful Tatters, venue: 440 Seaton, floral design by Valerie Jurado Botanical Design; see more from this wedding here!

photo by Jaicee Morgan, event design by Sweet Peach Planning, venue: Howl, rentals by Modi Event Supply; see more from this wedding here!

Leather Jackets

This 2017 wedding trend blends fashion and function. A leather jacket is a fun way to add a little edge to your bridal look for the reception while also staying warm on a chilly evening. Our favorite leather jackets have been painted with custom lettering, so don’t be afraid to further personalize your look!

photo by AGPcollective; see more from this wedding here!

photo by Lauren Scotti Photography; see more from this wedding here!

photo by Vanilla Photography; see more from this wedding here!

photo by Kym Ventola, custom jacket painting by Bananna Bones; see more from this wedding here!

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White Lace Bridesmaids Dresses

White and ivory bridesmaids dresses have been breaking tradition for the last couple of years, but we can’t get enough of the white lace bridesmaids dresses we’re seeing in 2017! Match your girls in the same lace pattern or choose a variety of pretty lace to show off each bridesmaids’ personality. If you do decide to switch up the lace between gals, we love when the dresses are all by the same designer to add a sense of continuity.

photo by Amy Fanton Photography, wedding dress by Pronovias, bridesmaids dresses by Self-Portrait, see more from this wedding here!

photo by Terralogical, wedding dress by Made with Love Bridal; see more from this wedding here!

photo by Madeline Kate Photography, bridesmaids dresses by Rodeo Show, wedding dress by Babushka Ballerina, floral design by Pop Floristry; see more from this wedding here!

photo by Jason Corroto Photo, floral design by Erica Anderson Florals, wedding dress by Karen Willis Holmes; see more from this wedding here!

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Which 2017 wedding trends are the best fit for your upcoming day? Looking for more wedding planning ideas? Check out these inspiring posts:

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3 Comments

  1. Just love bridesmaid dresses is different colours

  2. truly exceptional all !!! Simply cherish bridesmaid dresses is diverse hues !!

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