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Wedding Trends To Look Forward To In 2023

Get inspiration for your future wedding with the trends we will be seeing everywhere throughout 2023.

Candid Photos

In 2023, we will be seeing more and more newly wed couples taking photos that are less posed and have more of a blur effect.

They will be wanting pictures from their wedding day that tell a story and show the raw emotions of their wedding day.

The best way to achieve this is to take photos that focus more on the imperfect parts of the wedding day.

Personalized Bridesmaid Dresses

The typical style of bridesmaid's dresses that opt for all women to be wearing the exact same style and color gown will be seeing a shift.

Rather than picking the dresses for the bridesmaids, a color scheme will be given out and each bridesmaid will find a dress that matches the color scheme but still has the personality of each individual.

Smaller and Intimate Weddings

After the pandemic, smaller gatherings became much more popular and this will be continuing into the wedding scene as well all through 2023.

Having an intimate ceremony and reception allows the couple to make memories and be more present on the day.

The pressure will be less and the bride and groom will be surrounded solely by the most important people in their lives.

Wedding Videos on TikTok

TikTok has taken over in regards to wedding trends and this will be seen in 2023 as well.

Whether it is a bride doing a GRWM, a choreographed dance with the bridal party or a cinematic wedding video TikTok will be utilized greatly with getting wedding content out there for many couples.

Petite Bouquets

The simplistic, modernized style is more and more desired from brides on their wedding ay and that is translating into their floral arrangements as well.

The petite bouquet trend we will be seeing will involve dainty flowers that keep the focus on the wedding dress.

A Private Last Dance

A couple is sometimes too busy on their wedding day to truly take time to appreciate and cherish an intimate moment between the two of them.

To ensure time is put away for the bride and groom to celebrate their love privately and personally, they will do one final dance when everyone leaves the room.

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