There’s never been a more romantic season than springtime. The weather is just right, flowers are blooming, and love is in the air. This means that wedding season is HERE. In these past winter months, we’ve seen it all, from the bold florals, bright color palettes, and towering wedding cakes. Spring in 2023, we’re going to see the opposite side of the spectrum — spring florals, intimate weddings, and focusing on smaller details. Today we’re bringing you six popular spring 2023 wedding trends.
Brass & Copper
We’ve seen it all folks silver, gold, and mixing the two to create magic. Why didn’t we see this trend coming? Adding brass or copper to a design represents stability, comfort, and wealth.
We’ve heard a few times that blue is the new pink. The color of love has been a hot trend for years now, and blue has officially taken the reins. This understated color is soft, muted, and beautifully highlights white or ivory shades.
Mixed Warm & Cool Tones
Warm tones in a cool place are a match made in heaven that we’re living for. This trend creates the perfect balance when mixing cool colors like grey-toned lavender, and cool blues, and tones with warm gold, brass, or copper.
An Abundance of Fresh Florals
From hanging floral ceremony backdrops to overflowing bridesmaid bouquets, flowers add romance and life to your special day. Spring is the perfect time to take advantage of the variety of florals in season and go over the top with fresh-picked florals.
Unique Seating Charts
Seating charts are an ever-growing aspect that just keeps on elevating throughout time. I think we can all agree that seating charts are no longer basic. And with spring being the season to welcome change, brides are going to be stepping out of the box like never before. Seating charts are easily inspiring, and a way to showcase your design style or interests.
Intimate ceremonies are always a good idea and we don’t see this trend going out of style anytime soon. Having an intimate wedding will save money in so many aspects. Intimate ceremonies allow you to spend more on the little details.