photo by Kami Olavarria Photography
If there ever was a good year to get married — 2020 is the one! We’re kicking off a new decade, after all. According to our insider scoop, couples tying the knot this year are ahead of the game and planning their special days with zest. We’ve also been chatting with industry pros who are preparing to influence the 2020 wedding design aesthetic with fresh, never-before-seen ideas! Needless to say, we’re pretty stoked.
With so many 2020 wedding trends to obsesses over this year, these are the ones we’re most excited about seeing come to life in unique ways:
- Western flair
- Animal print accessories
- Festival-inspired glitter
- All white everything
- Dried flowers
- 80s-inspired fashion
What 2020 wedding trends are you most looking forward to this year? Remember: We want to see your wedding! Follow this link to submit for a chance to be featured on Junebug Weddings.
Sustainability and Eco-Conscious Materials
We’ve felt this one coming for awhile now, but at the end of 2019 it was clear no-waste wedding initiatives were top-of-mind for couples and planners alike. In the new year, we expect to see a surge in sustainable materials like natural wood, un-dyed yarns, recycled textiles, compostable dinnerware, more plants than flowers, and re-useable everything!
Recommended Reading: Tips for a Totally Awesome Zero-Waste Wedding
Strong geometric forms are taking center stage this year — and not in a subtle way! We’re ecstatic to see colorblocking making a comeback in wedding decor, invitations, ceremony backdrops, and more. This isn’t your mother’s colorblocking, though. Expect to see this done with class and fun interpretations of natural, earthy and jewel toned colors.
Western-inspired fashion is in — and we’re here for it. Whether you’re adding a subtle touch of mid-west flair or going all out west, this trend will not disappoint! Pro tip: Ask your guests to add a western touch to their outfits to have them join in on the themed fun.
This black wide-brimmed hat is giving us major Beyoncé vibes.
These macramé feather fringe earrings are the perfect western touch to your bridal look.
Animal Print Accessories
Please, give us all the animal print accessories! Pro tip: Throwing on a bold jacket, headpiece, or pair of boots is the easiest way to change up your bridal look in a way that will totally pop in photos. We’re excited to see all different faux animal prints—from cheetah to tiger or snake.
Looking to add a little edge to your bridal outfit? These snakeskin booties are a cool bride’s dream!
Looking for a way to bring out your fun, glamorous side? The festival-inspired glitter trend is your excuse! We can’t wait to see how 2020 brides will sparkle up their look with festival glitter. If you’re nervous to commit to this for your entire day, consider having a glitter bar at your reception. That way, the guests can get in on the fun, too!
This celestial reception dress has us seeing stars. You too? Shop a similar star-print dress!
Build your own sparkle bar with this set of face glitter in every color.
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All White Color Palettes
You’re probably used to seeing white at weddings, but this year it won’t just be reserved for the bride and background elements. Off-whites, earthy grays, tactile beiges will have a major moment this year. With a neutral color palette that gives off all the authentic vibes, and we’re loving how this trend can so effortlessly be merged with the other “2020 trends to obsess” over.
These studded white boots balance edgy, elegant, and chic.
White and gold aren’t going out of style anytime soon — and neither are these gold-heeled boots!
Dried flowers are here to stay, babes! There are many benefits to using dried flowers for your wedding, including:
- Less of an impact on your budget
- They won’t die! You can keep them forever
- The perfect touch for those earthy, boho vibes
- Can be shipped can delivered before your big day
Did you know that Anthropologie sells dried bouquets? You heard it here first, friends!
photo by Lauren Mecum
Did anyone catch a glimpse Hilary Duff’s killer wedding style? She was the essence of ’80s wedding fashion reimagined for this decade. We can’t wait to see how our real brides will rock puff sleeves, bold headpieces, shoulder pads, fishnet hose, tulle, floral suits, and more!
This pearl headband landed in all of our shopping carts!
The puffy headband trend is ’80s and totally chic.
ASOS is our favorite spot to shop all things velvet, so grab your groom an ’80s-inspired velvet suit!
We hope this post has got you feeling just as excited as we are for the new decade! For more 2020 wedding trends and helpful planning posts, check out:
photo by Alex Lasota Photography