Best of 2018 Wedding Decor Trends
With so many different style options to choose from in the planning stages of a wedding, it’s always fun to see how planners and brides create waves in local decor trends, so we’ve taken a look back in our year end roundup of some of the best of 2018 wedding decor trends and doing the near-impossible task of selecting a few of our favorites! While not all ideas were new to the year, each had a clear 2018 “stamp” of uniqueness, marking the industry in distinct fashion. Take a look at our favorites and be sure to check back tomorrow for our top 10 wedding scenes from the year! Happy New Year’s Eve!
While florals will always be a show-stopping addition to any wedding, we loved the trend this year of pretty green boxwood and greenery-crawling walls to serve as a photo-worthy backdrop to a some of our favorite weddings. From monogrammed displays to simple background pieces, this trend proved easily adaptable to many types of weddings, making a statement in every style!
Who knew it was so easy to create a setting filled with European charm right here in North Texas? We saw tons of international inspiration in many of our favorite real weddings and styled shoots in 2018, from Italian countryside rustic to posh French ballroom. Iron pieces, grand wooden tables, soft pastel hues and antique dinnerware were just a few of the tell-tale decor check marks in creating some of these idyllic settings that we certainly hope continue to flood our feeds in the new year!
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Modern Bohemian Dreams
While we’re not stranger to a boho style bride, we loved the ultra-modern touches used in so many of the bohemian style weddings we saw this year! Bright and bold yellow color palettes, geometric shape elements and contemporary furniture pieces were just a few touches that caught our eye to give this classic look a 2018 refresh.