More 2021 Wedding Trends That Are Here To Stay

Wedding trends are always changing, but some never go out of style. Couples are always looking for fresh ideas and ways to have a memorable wedding day. Weddings are an exciting time for couples to celebrate their love and commitment. With the wedding season in full swing, it’s important to consider what trends will be here to stay.  With so many on-trend ideas and inspirations available, we compiled this list of our favorite 2021 wedding trends that are here to stay!

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Weddings in Small Groups

Couples will be choosing smaller, more intimate weddings as well as less formal dinners to accommodate with COVID. With this shift in trend, it is likely that there will be a decrease in large gatherings with many guests and lavish dinner spreads because these events are not only expensive but also risky due to their size. The 2021 trend for couples planning small backyard or outdoor venues instead of larger ballrooms in order to keep social distancing guidelines strong has already proved successful so far which means no one should expect micro-weddings to end any time soon!

Digital Ceremonies

Digital weddings have become the norm, with small guest lists and intimate ceremonies. The trend will continue in 2021 because this type of ceremony is perfect for people who can’t be there—it makes it easy to see even if someone isn’t invited! Cameras on solutions like Zoom are used so family members that live far away can still watch their loved ones marry at an important moment from afar.

Decorated with great detail

Couples will be making their big day as beautiful and special as possible, but they’ll do it in a different way. Couples might have fewer guests or invite them to smaller venues which makes spending more on decor more feasible. There are many trends happening including an emphasis on detailed decor–couples put the focus of money into what can make for Instagram-worthy moments like intricate color schemes with oversized floral installations that were tailor-made just for you! Take your wedding up anotch by adding some intricately decorated lighting too!

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Personalized Alternatives

You may be wondering what to expect at this year’s event. From appetizers that are served in small portions on individualized plates to dinners plated with a more formal style and servers taking drink orders instead of crowding around the bar – you’ll have plenty of options!

Weddings in Tents

With the threat of COVID in mind, you can expect a big increase in outdoor weddings this year. This may not be very appealing to some couples with worries about how their ceremony will hold up against bad weather – but those who want an atmospheric evening might find themselves drawn towards tented ceremonies that feature twinkling lights as well as cheerful ambiance.

Invites with a Twist

Invitations are a thing of the past. Instead, couples will be turning to witty phrases and safety precautions in order to get their guests comfortably on board for this uncertain time period.

Unique Seating Arrangements

Weddings are spicing up their style with a more modern, restaurant-inspired feel. These restaurants have long and short tables that match the guests’ moods – some want to sit close together while others prefer small round ones! This year also brings about pod seating: little groups of people who can be easily scattered around for personalized service as they like it. Most importantly though is assigned seating because no one wants to yell across a room or wait in line just so you’re next at the buffet table!

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Brunch Weddings

Brunch weddings are the newest trend in nuptial celebrations and for good reason. These daytime affairs give couples more versatility with their set-up options while also offering warmer weather that wouldn’t be possible at night. Expect to get invited to a lot of these events because they’re becoming increasingly popular!

Weddings on Weekdays

With the rise of casual weddings and smaller guest lists, weekday wedding receptions are now a lot more popular than they were before. For one thing, it’s much easier to plan for things like catering or entertainment since there is less demand on both fronts – meaning that you can have high-quality work done at an affordable price. Plus with fewer guests who don’t want to fly in from out-of-town this time around, planning has never been so easy!

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Spectacular Entertainment

Weddings don’t always have room for a dance floor, but many couples still want to include some level of live entertainment. They might be able to find DJs or even comedians in the area and may also bring their own instruments if they are more musically inclined. This leaves plenty of space options that are full of creativity!

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