Intimate and Informal Weddings

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Wenning's Wedding Tip Wednesday

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In the next months to come, you will start to see a large increase in Intimate and Informal Weddings. Weddings occurring on weekdays and other personal touches will give all the guests a change of scenery then traditional ways.

Brides and grooms are continuously looking for unique and creative ways to custom their weddings. There are many ways to accomplish this; however, as we look at Wedding Trends for 2020, one thing is certain, customization is not going away.

It is time to say goodbye to your formal wedding outfits, brides and grooms are now choosing to go with the more intimate and informal weddings.

As of lately, weddings are occurring on all days of the week. There will always be weddings on weekends but don’t be surprised to see some weddings during the weekdays to come.  Brides and Grooms have also been opting to dressing more casual during the receptions. We believe this to be that people no longer want to be in their dress clothes for a long uncomfortable duration.

Expect to see a lot of new venues that you wouldn’t think would usually have weddings at. This has become a new trend as more people are trying to change things up and be more creative personality then a formal wedding. Standing out and being unique has turned rather popular lately as the newlywed couple wants everyone to remember their wedding the most.

Today a lot of people don’t really care what people are wearing or where the location is. As long as all their friends and family are there, then they seem to be satisfied. This will be one of the most memorable nights of their lives, the bride and groom aren’t going to worry about what shoes people are wearing.

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Custom Cocktails

Custom Cocktails and Desserts

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Wenning's Wedding Tip Wednesday

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Custom cocktails and desserts are one trend that will continue to explode in the coming months. What better way to put your own personal touch on your wedding, for your guests to enjoy, than creating a custom cocktail or dessert?

Brides and grooms are continuously looking for unique and creative ways to custom their weddings. There are many ways to accomplish this; however, as we look at Wedding Trends for 2020, one thing is certain, customization is not going away.

It is time to say goodbye to cranberry vodka, house wine and domestic beer since brides and grooms are now choosing custom made options for their reception.

A custom cocktail can consist of a locally sourced spirit, while incorporating familiar mixers, combined for one tasty libation. Not a fan of alcoholic beverages? That’s fine too; however, consider a custom mocktail, instead. Which is becoming a growing trend for people who would rather forgo serving alcohol. Keep in mind not everyone needs to drink to have a good time; however, people still like a refreshing beverage to sip.

In addition to custom beverages, brides and grooms are also creating custom desserts. Consider working with a local bakery to design a yummy treat for all to enjoy.

Remember it is your big day and you should find as many ways to make it your own. Guests will enjoy the effort you put in to the details. The good news is, there is no right or wrong answer, when it comes to personal touches. Do whatever feels right to you and your spouse-to-be. This is your time to shine and show your family and friends what makes you unique as a couple.

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Buddy-moon & mini-moon

Buddy-Moons & Mini-Moons

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Heard to believe a new decade is only a few months away at this point. What should we look to see in Weddings as we move into the new decade? This month we will be talking about several different trends that will be occurring for 2020 and beyond. This week we will be talking about Buddy-Moons and Mini-Moons.

In the past, honeymoons were traditionally taken as soon as the wedding was over. A lot of couples would change straight out of their wedding attire and hop on the next flight out. In the next decade, you can expect this to change dramatically because a lot of people are not able to travel right away. Sometimes restrictions such as work, or school schedules can conflict with having a honeymoon immediately after. You did just plan a wedding so at least take a little bit of time to relax. Here are two of our favorite alternatives to think about other than a traditional honeymoon, the buddy-moons and mini-moons!

Buddy-moons are exactly what you are thinking, a honeymoon with your friends! This is actually more common than you think. Couples will have a weeklong party for their wedding which also doubles as a honeymoon. Take the next few days to celebrate and hang out with the friends and family. You’ll have a fun group to be with you but also be able to sneak away for private time with your new spouse. This type of honeymoon is especially great if it is a destination wedding so that it makes everyone’s trip in worth it.

Are you worried about spending any more money or have taken to much time off before the wedding? If having a two week long vacation to the Bahamas isn’t an option, then the mini-moon is perfect for you. A mini-moon is a smaller vacation right after the wedding and then plan the longer honeymoon for a later time. You might go with a delightful bed and breakfast instead. This can be great for people that can’t afford to miss another week of work. Another great instance this is good for is if the weather isn’t up to par with what you originally had planned.

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Sustainable Weddings

Sustainable Weddings 101

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Heard to believe a new decade is only a few months away at this point. What should we look to see in Weddings as we move into the new decade? This month we will be talking about several different trends that will be occurring for 2020 and beyond. This week we will be talking about sustainable and ecofriendly weddings.

Don’t be surprised if you attend a lot of sustainable or eco-friendly weddings in the new decade. That means getting rid of a lot of plastic and things that are not biodegradable. This could be a whole variety of different things starting with the invitations. Couples may decide to send old school wedding invitations, but for save the dates, paperless is becoming more popular.

When it comes to food, people are starting to turn towards local farms for healthier foods. It has become more accessible than ever and but keep in mind that organic food may cost you more.  Locally grown products will help ensure there are no preservatives in the food and also guarantee that it’s the freshest it can be.  Turning to the neighborhood baker is also a great idea if you’re looking to save some money with desserts. Why spend hundreds of dollars on a professional bakery when you can get assistance from friends and family?

Sourcing things that are more locally grown such as flowers or decorations will become more popular as well.  Ordering flowers can become rather expensive, but brides are turning towards smaller florists that are known in the community. Some brides will even grow their own gardens ahead of time or have friends and family help them. This is a great way to use the local resources and reduce a big carbon footprint affecting the world.

Ultimately, brides and grooms are looking for better ways to impact the climate. Using local farms, florists and food vendors are great ways that can help preserve the earth. Expect to see a lot of weddings like this in the future to come as people are starting to realize the true impact the Earth is going through right now. In the years to come, keep an eye out and you will see more weddings that are going with the eco-friendly approach.

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