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If you’re planning your wedding, one of the terms you’ll hear often, is “Wedding Style”. You’ll see it when you check for tips, and your wedding vendors will use it too. If you don’t know what it means yet, no need to panic. It isn’t some complicated terminology that you’ll need to spend hours worrying over.
Your wedding style is basically what you want your wedding to look like. It involves the setting of your wedding, flowers, textures, lighting and the other things that will make up the atmosphere at your celebration.
Narrowing down and deciding on your wedding style is very important. There’s a lot of wedding ideas and inspirations going around. When you know the style you want for your wedding, you can focus on those that apply to you.
That way, you’ll zero in on the details that fit and get better results with your wedding planning quickly. Knowing your wedding style will also help when it comes to communicating with your vendors. They’ll know precisely what you mean because you’ll be using words, they are familiar with.
So, the question now is, how do you determine your wedding style? What’s your wedding style? I have created a fun quiz that can tell you in a few minutes. But I also think you should know more than just the answer. It’s not enough to say “Your wedding style is: Rustic, Boho Chic, Eclectic, Modern Industrial, Classic or Glamorous.” You should know exactly what we in the wedding industry mean when we use those words. So here are some popular wedding styles and what they entail.
If your goal is to have a wedding that is elegant and timeless, then this might be the answer for you. A classic wedding is one of the utmost sophistications. It is a wedding that people many generations after yours can look back on and still be able to relate with.
With a classic wedding, you mostly avoid trends because they tend to come and go, choosing instead to work with ideas that are refined and perfect. Most classic weddings feature soft colour palettes and hold in venues like Ballrooms, Mansions, Banquet Halls and Event Facilities.
A rustic style wedding is one with lots of countryside and farmhouse charm. They are a bit more organic and rougher around the edges than the classic wedding, for example. For your rustic wedding, you should be ready to embrace a bit of modern and rugged elements to make it memorable.
It would be best if you also thought casual, outdoors and natural when it comes to your rustic style wedding. The more of natural elements you have in your wedding design, the more rustic it will be. Some great venues you should consider for your rustic wedding are Barns, Ranches, Farms, Gardens, Mountains and Vineyards.
An eclectic wedding style, just like the word, derives its ideas from many areas. Thus, its design will stand out and not fit with many traditional wedding ideas. With an eclectic wedding, your style can be whatever you want it to be.
If you’re a couple who is playful and loves to go out of the norm, this is the wedding style for you. With an eclectic wedding, you have the chance to incorporate bright colours, non-traditional pieces and the unexpected. You can even go for ultra-trendy ideas to give your wedding a zing.
The glamorous wedding style is perfect for couples who love to make a statement. If you see sparkly décor, crystals and chandeliers when you think of your wedding, then you should go for the glamorous wedding style.
Glamorous weddings are known for being over the top, opulent and lavish. They are an excellent stage for you to include jaw-dropping wedding trends and lots of glitters. The luxury at your event would make it unforgettable. Ballrooms, mansions, Yachts and country club venues would be just perfect for a wedding like this.
The boho-chic wedding style is the most relaxed of all the wedding styles we’ve mentioned so far. It is known for the use of flower crowns, unexpected décor and mismatched fashion pieces. Most boho-chic weddings take place outdoors, but some indoor venues might also work for this kind of celebration. Examples of indoor locations that are perfect are barns or warehouses. You can also decorate an art gallery to fit this wedding style.
For contemporary cutting-edge couples who love to keep with the trends, the Modern Industrial wedding style is your best option. This style of wedding can be considered an opposite of the classic wedding style.
It sticks with minimalist décor and clean geometric lines. The best location for this kind of wedding is an art gallery, warehouse or museum. They’ll fit in with the vibe of the wedding and create the perfect atmosphere.
So, which of these wedding styles works best for your personality? Take our quiz to be sure and then get started with your wedding planning. Best of luck!!!