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Latest Wedding Trends 2023

    Wedding trends are constantly evolving and changing with each passing year. 2023 promises to be a year of bold, unique and unforgettable wedding trends. Here are some of the latest wedding trends that you can expect to see this year.

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    Intimate Weddings

    Couples are opting for smaller, more intimate weddings with close family and friends. This trend is in response to the pandemic, and it looks like it’s here to stay. More on this shortly!

    Sustainable Weddings

    As people become more aware of the impact that weddings can have on the environment, couples are opting for eco-friendly and sustainable weddings. This trend includes things like choosing reusable decor, serving locally sourced food, and using green energy.

    Bold Colours

    Wedding colour schemes are becoming more bold and daring, with bright hues like emerald green, hot pink, and electric blue becoming increasingly popular.

    Non-Traditional Venues

    Couples are opting for non-traditional wedding venues like art galleries, breweries, and even museums. This trend allows couples to showcase their personalities and create unique and memorable experiences for their guests.

    Personalised Touches

    Couples are adding more and more personalised touches to their wedding, including custom cocktails, monogrammed decor, and even personalised wedding favours. This trend allows couples to make their wedding day truly their own.

    Post-pandemic wedding trends

    The pandemic has had a profound impact on almost every aspect of our lives, including the way we celebrate weddings. Weddings, which were once large, elaborate affairs, have been transformed into smaller, more intimate events. This has resulted in more focus on the couple and their immediate family and friends, creating a more meaningful and intimate experience.

    In addition to smaller guest lists, weddings have also become more flexible. With the pandemic forcing many couples to postpone or reschedule their wedding plans, venues and vendors have become more accommodating in terms of dates and cancellations. This has allowed couples to plan their weddings with more peace of mind and less stress.

    Finally, technology has played a significant role in how weddings have changed during the pandemic. With many guests unable to attend in-person, couples have opted for live streaming their ceremonies and receptions. This has allowed guests from all over the world to tune in and share in the couple’s special day.

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    The new normal

    In conclusion, weddings have undergone significant changes since the pandemic. From smaller, more intimate ceremonies to enhanced safety measures and flexible planning, couples have had to adapt to a new normal.

    Despite these changes, weddings continue to be a celebration of love and commitment, bringing couples and their loved ones together in a unique and unforgettable way.

    2023 is shaping up to be a year of unique and unforgettable wedding trends. From intimate weddings to sustainable practices and personalized touches, couples are finding new and exciting ways to make their wedding day truly their own.

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    CeremonyCast Sydney Funeral Wedding Live Streaming Webcast Stephen Lee

    Written by Stephen Lee
    Owner, CeremonyCast​Professional Wedding Live Streaming

    Covering Sydney, Southern Highlands, Wollongong, Central Coast, Newcastle & The Blue Mountains