l) Out of the box entertainment
Wedding djs are fun but always look into different musical talent and entertainment you can bring to your wedding. Marching bands, jazz bands, small stringed orchestras, a pianist, acrobats, hula dancers, a live painter! The options are endless, be original!
2) Interactive food stations
Hibachi style food? Food trucks? Yes please. Bring in the era of great wedding food. Think outside of the box and see what local businesses have to offer!
3) Healthier food choices
Just because I said food truck doesn’t mean it can’t be healthy. Support local producers and businesses with keeping your purchase local and home grown.
4) Personalized decorations
Personalized decorations help your wedding if it’s on a budget and can help you express yourself to your guests. From pictures of you and your significant other strung throughout the location, to personalized signs on every table. Again, use your imagination and be creative in advance!
5) Natural makeup
More modern weddings are incorporating the natural makeup look and it’s a beautiful thing! People are beautiful the way they are and women shouldn’t feel obligated to cake on makeup for their wedding day.
6) Supersize the veil or skip it
One of the most traditional wedding accessories is getting a reboot. The supersized veil is IN thanks to Priyanka Chopra, Hailey Bieber, and the Duchess of Sussex! Long veils allow the wearer to be creative, or just over-the-top extravagant. Not interested in going big? Consider skipping it all together! Contrary to what some people may believe, the veil is not a requirement. Unless, of course, the ceremony is religious and calls for a veil.
7) Hanging installations
Hanging installations found their stride in 2018-2019, and we expect to see them becoming more elaborate in 2020. We can expect more unique designs and decorations incorporated into these customizable pieces rather than just greenery and floral styles.