2015 Spring-Summer Wedding Trends

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2015 Wedding Dress Trends

· Tulle and lace; lace sleeves
· Off-the-shoulders
· Baroque Style
· British Invasion (Think Downton Abbey)
· Modern Luxe
· Eclectic Elegance
· Illusion backs

Baroque detail by Naeem Khan and Rivini

2015 Wedding Color Trends

From Bridal Guide: Pantone has released their top color picks for the spring season — their theme is “En Plein Air” (“in the open air”), and the soft, water hues are oh-so-refreshing!
Get ready to see these colors everywhere in spring and summer.
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Wedding Themes

From The Knot:

Wild West Weddings

Weddings are headed west – at least in style and design. The big theme of the year is inspired by ranches and lots of leather accents. The details are personal and elevated, but the party has a fun, relaxed vibe. A rustic ranch sets the scene for details like antler motifs, distressed lounges with cowhide rugs and wildflower bouquets. Mix in leather elements to contrast the soft and romantic wedding details in accents like the napkin belly band. Guests can sip on specialty craft beers or mix their own heirloom bourbon cocktails in a copper mug. Your attire can echo the Wild West look in a long-sleeve dress with subtle lace embellishments and an ethereal illusion neckline. Look to designers like Reem Acra, Maggie Sottero and Temperley London for ideas.

Jude From Daughters of SimonePeace, Love and Macrame

If your style is totally laid-back and casual, use boho-chic music festivals, like Coachella, to inspire your wedding. Think: a backyard or open-field setting, complete with kitschy details like striped tepees, cocktail hour lounges and picnic-style dining. Keep the colors bright and festive, yet earthy (try sunny yellow and teal paired with terra-cotta). Must-have elements include hand-drawn maps with your invitations and fun, not fussy, wording on your invites (instead of “accept” write “you in?”) to really drive home your theme. For the fashion, a gauzy and modern take on the bell-sleeve wedding dress evokes a ’70s, Woodstock vibe. Intentionally mismatched bridesmaid dresses will keep the look effortless and easy.

Credits:

MaggieSoterro.com
Vera Wang, Nora; pastel wedding dress
The Knot, 10 Hot New Wedding Trends 2015
Confetti, Spring Wedding Trends 2015
Daughters of Simone, Jude