Weddings are a major production, and while the main premise will always stay the same (the celebration of love), the trends and themes with which that love is celebrated is constantly evolving and changing.
So, while it may be the beginning of June, and you may be wondering why we would explore 2013 wedding trends at this point in the year, we think there is no better time than now to explore how 2103 wedding trends have played out. Using images and styles from some of the major San Diego bridal events as well as those from local photographers, we will explore a few things that we’ve noticed over the past five months.
Simple, Stunning Lines in Bridal Gowns
A girl knows when she’s found her dress, and it is the bridal gown that can impact the rest of the wedding. This year, 2013 has proved to be the year of clean lines and simple elegance. Also popular: lace. Here are just a few styles:
Photos courtesy of Luna Photo
Bright Colors/Accents Colors
“By using varying shades of the color you have chosen, you will be able to add depth and interest to your color scheme. For example, if your bridesmaid’s dresses are burgundy in color, you could use a deep red and a light red to achieve a contrasting look.”
Photos courtesy of Kristina Chartier Photography | TRUE Photography | Luna Photo
Accessories and Headpieces
Traditional veils are a thing of the past. Nowadays, brides are choosing stunning headpieces and/or accessories that are as unique as their personality.
Photos courtesy of Studio Carre’ | Luna Photo
Going Beyond the Wedding Cake
The days of one flavor cakes are long gone. Enjoy the flavors and tastes of multi-tiered/multi-layered wedding cakes. Or, better yet, enjoy desserts that are not just cake! Now, mini donuts, cupcakes, candy and more are all viable dessert options! Now, all your guests can enjoy de
Photos courtesy of TRUE Photography | Luna Photo
Great Gatsby or Steampunk – English Garden Romance — Themed weddings are all the rage in 2013. What’s better than the recreate a time long gone, or an atypical space not in the everyday.
Photos courtesy of Kristina Chartier Photography | Studio Carre’ | Luna Photo
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