We have been keeping our eyes peeled for the latest bridal trends for 2018 and 2019 and here are just a few we feel really excited about. Are you showcasing any of these beautiful new bridal trends on your wedding day?
Woodland Wedding Setting
We hear of more and more brides opting for a more unique wedding settings. Although the weather in the UK isn’t always reliable, more brides are choosing to get married outside. A rustic woodland setting is becoming increasingly popular; creating a romantic and laid back style of wedding where the beauty of nature is at the centre
*Venue pictured Hothorpe hall and woodlands
Hoops for bouquet
We absolute love this idea! Will this have you rethinking the traditional bridal bouquet? This trend is a really cool alternative from the traditional bridal bouquet.
*Hoop Pictured by Jenny Allsopp
Skirts and tops
This is one trend we are really championing here at Noble and Wright. Ten years ago a two piece wedding dresses simply meant an ordinary corset and a skirt however times have changed and two pieces are back in a big way. What we love are the amazing shapes and the versatility you can now achieve with a cool skirt and top, meaning more and more brides are now opting for this stunning stylish option.
* Two pieces available at Noble and Wright Atelier
We have noticed over the years that bride’s accessories are being simplified. A stunning handmade flower crown can be simple and effortlessly beautiful at the same time; perfect for a boho bride who wants a really natural look.
*Flower crown available at Noble and Wright by Flores by Laura
We are big fans of keeping all styling as natural as you can. This is why we love simple tousled hair pinned up softly; a perfect way of creating a look that makes brides feel special but still feel like themselves.
*Hair by Wedding Hair by Kate
We have also noticed a change in trends with bridal makeup. Girls no longer want dark smokey eyes and are now opting for a more natural look. Brides are now choosing to make a statement with a stunning bold lip colour rather than a bold eye colour.
*Make up by Makeup and Nails by Alaine
Brides appear to be moving away from the softer pastel colours that have been prominent in the last few years and there is a push towards richer tones, whatever the time of year. Sumptuous and rich colours that create a dramatic back drop to any beautiful dress.
Taking inspiration from festival vibes that’s becoming popular this cool cider bar is a great way to get your guests interacting with each other over a drink and showcase the cool and laid back feel that most wedding are focusing on now.
Rather than adorning a venue with flowers and ribbons, beautiful lighting can make a gorgeous statement and look simply stunning for all your evening shots.
*All decorations by Nerissa Eve Weddings
All Photography by SMD Photography
The Noble and Wright Team xx