2010 Weddings Style Forecast

I hope you all had a wonderful christmas and new year! Thank you for all your support in 2009 and we hope you stop by throughout 2010. To our new readers welcome!
We're very excited about 2010 here at Imbue Weddings. We have lots of beautiful weddings ahead as well as the launch of our own Boutique Hire Range next month with the release of our 2010 Catalogue.

So to kick start the year here are our style predictions for 2010.


No.1

Simply Gorgeous Beach Weddings

Beach weddings in Queensland have always been a bit tropical, casual and easy going. This year we predict a trend toward a more simple and sophisticated approach. The normal white folding chairs are out with brides choosing more unique options like bench seats or cushions. The colour palatte also gets a make over with the stunning washed out neutral colours of the beach taking main focus over bright jewel tones.

No.2
Vintage is back

Did it ever go away? With the focus being huge on neutral colour schemes this year vintage takes on a new identity. A grown up version which is elegant and refined but pared down with natural textures. Vintage Milk Glass is growing in popularity and once only seen in American weddings will start to emerge as a very popular centrepiece choice for brides.



No.3
Different Dessert Bars

Not just about lots of candies, dessert bars are now featuring more mini treats like tiny cakes and tarts or truffles. Still very popular and will continue to be so with more styling options being provided to couples.

No.4

Top Colour - Blue!
Not just something blue. The hues of blue this year are far more grown up and stylish. Forget baby blues or pale, washed out tones. China blues and blue greys take centrestage on a background of warm neutrals. Wedgwood blue and duck eggs add vintage charm to even the most boring bases.

No.5
A touch of rustic

Full rustic weddings are a thing of the past. This year expect to see elegant, classic styling accented with french provincial touches. Beautiful tables with simple flowers and refined ceremonies are kept grounded with textures like distressed wood, white washed wicker and the odd bit of tarnished silver.
(Image Credits: Lisa Vorce, Style Me Pretty, Lisa Vorce, Imbue Weddings, Style Me Pretty.)
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