Anyone ever wish they enjoyed the current wedding trends more? I don't really dislike any of them. Rustic weddings are really beautiful, the navy/sunflower trend is cute, the chalkboards and multiple fonts are nice. It's just none of them feel like *us* so we're going a different direction. I kind of wish we loved the popular wedding trends/themes more because it would make planning much more convenient. I just saw three different rustic wedding lots for sale on Facebook that were basically an entire wedding in a box (or multiple) and I would love to come across something similar for the kind of style we're wanting, but I haven't. Tbh, if it wasn't for the fact that we already booked the perfect venue for what we want, I'd consider going with a popular theme just for the sake of ease. 😅
I particularly don't like the themes either. I think they will be dated in years to come. We are going for more romantic modern. Not a ton of decor or signs. More flowers, candles, and lighting. I think we can all get too swept up in the details of having a sign or cute saying for everything and most guest don't notice.
I understand what you mean, but I think it’s great you are doing something that resonates with you and your fiancé. My MOH really LOVES rose gold and has sent me a couple rose gold MOH dresses already, but I hesitate because it is trendy and I don’t want to look back and have it feel dated and cliche. It kind of fits my vision and theme -a night under the stars- but I also haven’t even picked my dress yet and don’t want her to get something that is super sparkly and glam if it competes with or overshadows what I choose for me. It would definitely be easier to go with the trend though, there’s so much stuff and I’m finding I have to get creative and DIY what I want because I’m just not finding it.
I'm actually the opposite - I like SEEING the trendy stuff and taking some of the trends and putting my spin on them, but I deliberately wanted to stay away from trendy stuff because in 20 years I don't want my kids to be like "mom, what's with the mason jars? You grew up in Chicago." "Oh sorry honey, it was a trend."
I don’t want a rustic wedding either, or an “instagram” wedding. It looks nice, but many people have the same white or blush flowers, greenery, and that one font that’s everywhere. I think it’s good to put your personality into your wedding. If you’re spending a decent amount of money and time into it, might as well make it how you envision, and not just what is popular at the time.
I agree with you. I don't really like any of the trends. I feel like they are overdone at this point which is one reason I choose not to do it. Also, rustic which is super trendy is just not my style. I want something that reflect my fiance and I. Although it would probably be easier to go with something that is trendy, at the end of the day you need to go with someone you love and reflects you and your fiance.
I like the idea of rustic but I also don't think it's true to my style. Im definitely going with a theme close to my heart. Although it takes creativity finding decor, I'm almost enjoying the challenge!
Huh, I didn't realize rustic was trending... shows how far out of the loop I am. Fh and I are doing rustic but not in the barn, burlap and boots. To me rustic or I guess north woods rustic is wood, natural light and earthy undertones. As if you stumbled into someone's fairy garden without the weird creatures.
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I get you on the worrying about looking dated thing, but if you think about it *everything* we do/wear/say today is going to look dated eventually so I wouldn't worry about the rose gold too much!
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Yes, the Mason jars!! I grew up in a house that washed our jelly jars and saved them for drinking glasses. When I got older I was mocked a bit by peers bc that's apparently a very "ghetto" thing to do. I guess I haven't recovered from that bc I still can't get behind the Mason jars at a formal event. 😂
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I didn't realize it until just recently, but looking at my Pinterest boards and everything made me notice that the "vision" for the wedding is eerily similar to FH's gaming room set up. 🤦 A+ for consistency, I guess? Lmao.
What exactly is your style? I think there's been this kind of rise to the Modern/Contemporary theme to counteract all of the Rustic. Maybe you'd have luck working some of those aspects into your decor?
Don't worry - there are way more trends and wedding styles out there!! What styles are you drawn to? You can go with modern geometric decor, or all in on the minimalist white with tons of greenery, go full glam or head in a more preppy or beachy direction!