, 2022-12-27 07:06:37,
Word from the fashion industry’s most illustrious wedding planners is that we can expect a break from tradition in 2023. Couples are divorcing from convention and saying “I do” to personal details, from bows and buttonholes to single stems and dresses with couture details.
“Weddings were starting to feel quite cookie cutter in many ways,” says Katie Smyth, co-founder of East London floral design studio, Worm. “Couples are taking a side step from what they feel they should do, [and concentrating on] the ritual of getting married”.
“It’s an exciting time to be working in weddings, as they are more creative, more unique and more personal than ever before,” adds Liz Linkleter, the woman who helped Daisy Hoppen plan her elegant winter affair in London’s hidden 19th-century gem, 2 Temple Place. “Traditional formats feel like a thing of the past. I love how free couples now feel to express themselves – there are truly no rules.” My Beautiful City, the creative agency behind Tish Weinstock and Tom Guinness’s high-drama Halloween reception, couldn’t agree more: “It’s become more accepted to have the day just how the couple want, rather than the pressure and expectation of how it should be.”
Here, the key bridal trends to look out for in 2023.
While themed weddings – from raves to colour-coded balls and era-specific banquets – add a fun spin to the day and let guests get creative, there’s one key mood igniting couples’…
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