Weddingblogs100.com‘s recent post, 2013 Wedding Trends, asked the predictions of 20 influential wedding bloggers for the top trends to watch for in 2013. These top bloggers ran down their picks for what’s hot in the upcoming year of weddings; reception lounges to one venue settings, elegance and lace with twenties inspired bridal wear and decor, virtual guests to the trendy late night food trucks.
Australian wedding blog, polkadotbride.com, honed in on their country’s current trend which is custom details to personalize your day. Ms. Polkadot states, “The hottest trend in Australia right now is customisation to create a truly personal wedding day.” She goes on to reveal, “I’m predicting more and more couples opting for blank slates they can truly customise to their own style and vision.”
Customizing wedding decor can come from a wedding planner hired to style your wedding, an eager DIY savy bride and, or thoughtfully planned out special touches. If you don’t have the luxury of someone to help you style your special day with personalized touches, get crafty and DIY yourself some custom decor touches. And if you don’t possess a crafty thumb or the time for DIY wedding projects don’t fret just get thoughtful in your wedding planning.
Utilize sites like pinterest.com to catalog wedding decor ideas that can put the right touches on your special day and help you achieve that customized look. Opt out of things like a DIY dessert bar that as tasty as it sounds could eat up a lot of time to bake all the delicious treats. Instead pre-order bulk cupcakes or a simple tiered cake and purchase a unique topper from etsy.com sellers to add before the reception.
Polkadotbride.com highlights a great tutorial on how to create your own wedding bouquet charms. If you’re looking to save on wedding florals but don’t have the time to create your own bouquet with silk wedding flowers, check out pre-made silk or real flower bouquets. They will still offer you savings and brides can have the option to personalize with a simpler, less time consuming DIY project like the DIY bouquet charm.
In 2013 couples are looking for ways to make their mark on their wedding day and at the same time they are being a bit more relaxed in expected wedding day tradition. Polkadotbride.com, “For Australian brides and grooms customising their wedding day, allows them to tell the wider world that as a couple, this is who we are.”
So what type of wedding decor speaks to you? Can you pick out a few custom decor ideas that will help tell the story of the future Mr. & Mrs.?