Sustainability

The sustainable wedding trend is something we at Moor Hall Hotel & Spa are loving! From plastic free disposable products throughout the big day to using online RSVP invitations and donating wedding flowers is something we have already seen at our venue.

Laura from our balloon and decor supplier Inflate and Kreate commented "Air filled designs are more environmentally friendly than helium filled designs and this is something many couples feel passionate about for their wedding decor".

Smaller Weddings

Some couples have realised over the pandemic that they don't need to invite everyone and anyone to share their special day. Instead, focus on the people that really matter.

Decor

According to one of our suppliers, Sorella, wedding decor follows closely to the couples' own home interior preferences. They have seen a big increase in requests for boho wedding styling with pampas grass and macramé. The neutral colour palette is also popular with sage greens and creams.

Another preferred wedding decor provider, Dani's Wedding Party Angels, agrees. Dani commented: "Trends at the moment are a bit of a mix between floral and pampas boho decor. We get a lot of floral flower walls, flower centre pieces asked for and the most popular colours are sage green, dusky pink and dusky blue".

Laura from Inflate and Kreate commented that the most popular wedding colour themes for her displays are dusty blue, dusty pink, rose gold, midnight blue, chrome silver and chrome gold. "In my opinion, solid white and pearl white used in an organic design is very popular for 2022 weddings. They are extremely effective in just one colour using elements such as florals, greenery, pampas grass, neon signs, props and personalisation." Laura also commented that balloon walls, garlands, ceremony moongates and personalised sculptures are popular.

Macrame Wedding Decor

Bridal & Groomswear

Top trending wedding dresses according to our preferred wedding dress supplier Evelyn Rose Bridal are illusion long sleeve and off the shoulder dresses as well as fitted boho dresses which as still a big favourite. Michelle from Evelyn Rose Bridal commented: "We tend to stock a mixture of different colours ivory, rose, champagne so the bride has a choice instead of always going for ivory."

For bridesmaid dresses the most popular colours, like the decor trends are sage green or vintage rose.

Kevin from Kevin Paul Menwear commented: "Tuxedos for wedding suits have recently seen a surge in popularity. Be it blue or black and even velvet. Besides tuxedos, blue suits and grey suits are still the most popular for weddings in both lounge suits and tailcoats. Trends in neckwear colours usually follow the theme of the wedding, so we have seen very much sage green and blush pink this year."

Wedding Dress Trends

Music

Chris from Romantic Piano mentioned that classical music is still often selected for the bridal entrance. As well as Ludovico Einadudi's beautifully reflective piano piece "I Giorni" is also frequently chosen. Popular selections for the signing of the registrar include "A Thousand Years" by Christina Perri and "Perfect" by Ed Sheeran.

Wedding Cakes

The current wedding cake trend is to be smaller cakes, in tune with the sustainable weddings as there is less waste. Vegan cakes are also a big hit for weddings in the coming year. Paula from A Cake to Remember says "taller and slimmer is definitely a trend at the moment with blush the most chosen colour. It's such a beautiful shade!"

Hair & Beauty

Max from Pure Hair & Spa says that top wedding hair trends are currently "gentle curls, mostly down with maybe a soft twist or braid pinned from the sides. Low maintenance and a natural make up look with a smokey eye seem to be what the brides are after".

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