Trends come and go and with the use of social media in almost every component of our lives, this tendency has increased even more. Here are some marriage ceremony trends that have been doing the rounds since last year and are still actually going pretty strong. Maybe you can get some inspiration too!
Same Day Marriage Ceremonies Films, Drones and Gr-Pros
Getting that incredibly crazy aerial view of the bridal group along with the wedding reception venues is something that is still a hot trend. Make sure that you talk this through with the photographer and the videographer to see if you can or cannot get an aerial still shot. If you want to use a go pro that is a really great way to get some actual memories of the behind the scenes that happens at your ceremony as well. It is an extra service, but the same day edited films are becoming more and more popular nowadays. The whole point of this trend is to make sure that some unseen moments that would go unnoticed otherwise will be captured so you can cherish it with your loved ones. What makes it the same day shoot is that the videographer will hand this tape over to you at the end of the day as well.
Serving Hors D’oeuvres Instead Of Having Food Stations
This trend is actually one that help you out economically too. In traditional ceremonies we see a massive food station that is available at the best function venue Melbourne for guests to serve themselves. But recently, more and more couples have started passing around hors d’oeuvres instead of this along with cocktails. This saves you a lot of money and will also stop food from being over purchased and wasted. It is actually a pretty smart trend.
Bring on that gold and silver bling along with the metallic colours, foil and glittery sequins because that trend is still very much hot and happening around now. There are many people who love silver and that stands to be the most popular choice in this trend followed shortly by gold. Just try not to overdo it because you do not want your ceremony to look like a disco gone haywire.
This is not exactly rustic cake options but it certainly does not sport a super formal vibe either. It is more of a very earthy and organic look to your cake and it has been very popular. However, if the cake maker is going to charge you even more for this, know that it takes a lot more work to make this cake look good because it is completely naked. The baker has to ensure that there are no lines, broken corners, misalignments and bumps and holes because there is no frosting to cover any of this. Therefore the amount of time and energy they have to put in is higher along with the quality of ingredients used.