There are so many questions that a bride and groom need to ask themselves when planning a wedding. Do you want a big wedding or a small wedding? Do you want an indoor ceremony or an outdoor ceremony? What colors do you want? The list is practically endless, but for the year 2013, wedding venue Tribeca Rooftop is divulging the top 5 wedding trends. While you don’t have to follow them all, keeping these trends in mind will make planning your wedding much smoother.
The wedding industry changes every year, following new styles and trends that brides and grooms can’t wait to follow. Here are the top 5 wedding trends for 2013:
- One of the best ideas for 2013 weddings; the mint color is great to incorporate into your ceremony. It’s refreshing, delicate and can be mixed with almost any other color to create an entire wedding palate. Use mint in everything from bridesmaid dresses, jewelry, shoes, flowers, wedding cakes, centerpieces and more. Use your imagination and have fun with it!
- A gorgeous trend just for brides is the ever popular braided hairstyle. Braids are back in for 2013 and there are many varieties of styles to choose from.
- When it comes to decoration, laser cuts are the latest craze. The cutout of a design gives a vintage look to any wedding and adds just a touch of glam. Try cutting out designs in your wedding dress, invitations, or simple decorations around the wedding venue.
- The birch bark trend is a unique and refreshing trend for 2013. It’s rustic while still being elegant, and can be incorporated into everything from centerpieces, to nametags... even the wedding photos themselves.
- Backdrops are gaining a great deal of popularity for 2013, adding a nice touch to the décor at your wedding venue. Backdrops can be customized to any color, style, or size and can be used behind the head table, wedding cake, gift table, or the alter.
While these wedding trends for 2013 are great as a starting point, wedding venue Tribeca Rooftop encourages brides and grooms to follow their own styles and create a wedding that’s truly unique.