Five Wedding Trends We’re Loving Right Now

The Best Dog

We know we don’t really need to explain this one, but we will mention that we love (read: jump at) any opportunity to work with your best friend.

Hannah Bjorndal

Hannah Bjorndal

Madeleine Colllins Photography

Madeleine Colllins Photography

Tell Chronicles

Tell Chronicles

Topiaries

Topiaries, especially if you’re not able to include your furry friend in your big day. Topiaries are such a fun, elevated way of including your special pet and will always serve as a great photo-op for guests. 

Sarah Bradshaw Photography

Sarah Bradshaw Photography

The Other First Look

First looks with fathers. We’ll always love a good first look and this is such a great way to honor the man who has seen you through it all - diaper to wedding dress. This is an especially great option for those brides opting out of a first look with their partners. Plus, the photos will make you melt!

Alicia Lacey Photography

Alicia Lacey Photography

Alicia Lacey Photography

Alicia Lacey Photography

Alicia Lacey Photography

Alicia Lacey Photography

Find Your Seat

Unique escort card displays. This one might be obvious based on the fact that escort displays have been breaking the internet these days, but we wanted to show you some of our most recent favorites to help inspire you to include unique, fun details into your wedding design. Often, these items double as wedding favors!

Alicia Lacey Photography

Alicia Lacey Photography

Sarah Bradshaw Photography

Sarah Bradshaw Photography

DuHon Photography

DuHon Photography

Black. Yes, BLACK Wedding Accents.

Black. We’re seeing black popping up left and right and we are not mad about it. Black doesn’t have to equal moody. It expresses formality, minimalism, or a chic timelessness and effortless elegance. It’s not the LBD for nothing nor is it taboo at a wedding. Black is such an easy way to add contrast and elevate a design. A fun fact about us: Aimee’s bridesmaids wore black at her wedding and black was a forerunner in Jorian’s wedding color scheme.

Ines Zrinski Photography

Ines Zrinski Photography

Sarah Bradshaw Photography

Sarah Bradshaw Photography