Top 5 wedding trends 2018 Australia
Are you getting married in Melbourne and want to know the hottest wedding trends 2018? We’re glad you found us. We hope this article can bring you up to speed about the top wedding trends we think can help you plan for your big day.
1. Woodland/forest bouquet & flower crown
There is a growing trend for couples to include green foliage as the main theme or style for their wedding. Consider incorporating leaves into your bridal and bridesmaid bouquets, centerpieces and other decorations.
Perfect for that rustic barn-wedding theme, forest bouquets and flower crowns will bring a natural forest fairytale mood to your ceremony and reception.
One of our favourites, Lyn from The Flower Snob adds wheat grass to the bloom, which we think looks beautiful, and would match splendidly with boho-style bridal gown from someone talented such as Leah S Design. Perfect for that 2018 rustic boho wedding!
2. Untraditional wedding food
Bored of seeing the typical sit down three-course meals at weddings?
Times are changing and couples are becoming more daring and creative.
For ideas on unconventional food that you don’t normally see at weddings, check out the Flying Woks for yummy food like Peking duck crepes, Thai style bruschetta, noodles, seafood paella, even dessert with sweet black rice and mango pudding!
3. Mobile bars
A wedding is a celebration of love, and celebrating means partying! Well, get ready to dance the night away with this idea. What better way to serve drinks to guests in a unique and creative style then using a mobile bar?
Mobile bars come in different shapes and sizes, from wheelbarrows to refurbished camper vans.
Mobile bars keep are a fresh idea to keep the drinks flowing and guests entertained.
Check out this cute vintage caravan bar from The Wandering Woodsman, they can provide lawn games to keep guests entertained while the couple are out having their photos.
4. Candy Cart
It’s hard to resist a good dessert or sweet treat when celebrating.
Add more sweetness to your big day by treating your guests to a dessert buffet with lots of cake, lollies and treats that allows guests to customise their own servings and also doubles as a beautiful decorative display.
Candy Cart is one of our favourites for bridal showers, engagement parties and wedding receptions, The cart can also be used as a serving station for drinks or cakes.
5. Floral overload
Wedding styles and trends change with the times, but one thing that has always been consistent are flowers! It’s pretty hard to have a wedding without any.
Flowers add that magic touch of beauty to the day. But, what if you’re looking for a different take on the traditional floral decorations? Well, look no further. Floralgami offers flower walls made out of paper, giving a stunning backdrop for guests to take photos!