Every girl dreams of her wedding day – from the flowers, to the venue and the dress, we’re pretty sure all brides to be have a vision of their perfect wedding. If you’re looking to get married in 2020, you’re in luck. 2020 weddings are going to be all about new interpretations of classic looks, fresh alternatives to the usual ivory colour scheme we are all so used to and inspiration from decades past. In today’s article, we look at some of the bridal trends to expect in 2020. If you’re a bride to be who is looking for fresh inspiration, read on to find out more!
1. The Statement Sleeves Return
Remember the statement sleeves that were oh so fabulous in the 1980s? Well, they’re back! Say hello to 2020’s latest trend – bold and beautiful bridal dresses that really make a statement. Wedding dress designers all over the nation have gone back to basics and are giving this tried-and-tested look a new lease on life. Think 70’s inspired sleeves that are full of flutter and bold shoulder pads and voluminous sleeves that will take you back to the 80’s, but with an updated style for the 21st century.
2. Hello Hair Bouquets
Carrying a lush bouquet in your hands whilst you walk down the aisle is so last year. 2020 is going to be the year of the hair bouquet. Whilst we are in no way asking you to throw your hand held bouquet in the trash, 2020 sees brides all over the nation rocking hair bouquets on top of hand held blooms. Whilst what you see on the runway may be a little too over the top for your actual wedding day, seeking inspiration from 2020 bridal trends and including a floral addition to your hair is something that will have people talking for months. Whether you’re looking at a floral headband or a messy bun studded with bright and vibrant flowers, hair bouquets are something all 2020 brides should pay attention to.
3. Do The Side Split
For brides who aren’t ashamed to show a little skin, side splits are the way to go. Flashing a little thigh can add a touch of mischief and playfulness to your special day, and a dress that offers you a high slit paired with some delicate lace shorts peeking out is the city girl’s dream come true. Regardless of whether you’re looking for a bohemian styled dress or a classic victorian wedding dress, there are plenty of options available with side splits to inject the perfect amount of sexy into your special day.
4. Who Wears The Pants?
Whether it is a jumpsuit or a pant suit, trousered wedding attire is quickly becoming a staple in most bridal collections. Who said that brides have to wear a dress? If you’re a strong independent woman looking to rock a pantsuit, 2020 is the time for it. Aside from looking bold and truly making a statement, wedding pant suits are an incredibly comfortable option for your special day. 2020 sees pant suits being bedazzled with pearls, lace and crystal beading to add a touch of glamour to your outfit. The beauty of a bridal pant suit is that you’ll be able to use it long after the wedding, offering you an outfit that is not just show stopping but also practical and long lasting.
5. Say Goodbye To Ivory
Last but not least, 2020 bridal trends see brides straying away from the usual ivory toned dresses and adornments. In fact, more and more brides are now opting for dresses in shades of pink, coral and other romantic shades that stray from the usual white gowns we’re all so used to. Designer Vera Wang is one dress designer that has really pushed the boundaries by introducing coloured gowns to the forefront of bridal fashion. Different colours can evoke different emotions and feelings, so choose the colour of your bridal gown based off the theme, feeling and emotion you’re aiming to evoke on your special day!
2020 is a huge year for fresh new ideas and wedding trends. Now more than ever, people are stepping out of the box and diving deep into trends from yesteryear along with brand new innovative ideas that will inject spunk and excitement into your wedding day. We hope that this article has given you some valuable insight into some of the bridal trends to expect in 2020!