2021 Upcoming Trends On Venue Styling
If you’re considering tweaking some of your wedding styling and decor ideas because your wedding has been postponed, we have great news for you!
Hunt Country Celebrations think it’s for the best, considering the impact of COVID-19. We also have many inspirational ideas on the upcoming trends in 2021!
The year 2021 will come with trends that include luscious greenery, cascades of foliage dressing tables, and ceremony arches displaying masses of leaves and vegetation on show. And honestly, that’s the perfect definition of sophisticated wedding adornment.
When it comes to venues, we foresee rustic farmhouse, modern industrial, and outdoor terrace venues! The best thing about this natural decor trend is its versatility to blend in any wedding style. Let’s help you imagine how your wedding day will look like, come 2021!
- Dusty Blue
In 2021, the dusty blue wedding style will take the wedding industry by storm because of its ethereal feel and the fact it falls effortlessly into the pastel wedding trend for spring/summer weddings too. We highly recommend you try this style and theme!
- Rust Burnt Orange
An autumn wedding will have a fantastic color palette with rust burnt orange, peach, and terracotta. These deep rich tones create an inviting hue for the cooler season. Another thing that will add definition and lift the colors, intersperse textured foliage greenery or woodland vibe is a layer with a lighter base tone such as peach/pink. Are you excited already? We are!
- Dry Flowers And Dramatic Candle Light
Another 2021 trend will be dried flowers, dramatic light, and customized details. If you think this sounds unique, it’s because it is! And it’s such a beautiful thing to see!
Couples seeking a more eco-friendly option should not hesitate to reach out to Hunt Country Celebrations at Blue Ridge and Shenandoah Mountains, Northern Virginia, Washington DC.
We offer unique and beautiful venues for personalized styles. To choose and style your wedding venue for your dream taste, contact us today.