Now more than ever, couples are wanting to travel to far-off destinations and celebrate their nuptials abroad. It is a perfect opportunity to celebrate the biggest day of your life in the beautiful beaches of Mexico. There are multiple locations you can choose from that can adapt to your personal taste giving that extra special touch and warmth only Mexico can give you. . A tropical and unexpected location makes a fun and memorable getaway for couples and their guests, often making it at least a long weekend celebration.
Pinks and Blues
Though neutral palettes brightened by soft pastels remain popular, Bright and bold blues will be everywhere all year long. A love of blue will be making its way into day dresses, but also bridesmaid looks, paper goods and table-top details, such as floral styling and glassware. Blue is the color of love, purity, faithfulness, and modesty. This beautiful color will always give elegance and style.
Rounding off the duo of garden-inspired hues in 2023 will be pinks of all shades, from peony to fuschia. Combination of different shades of pink will make a perfect balance and set a romantic mood. Pink gives a sense of love, devotion and elegance. Using bolder shades if pink in the setting will give a special and fun vibe.
In 2023, brides will be downsizing their flowers—or at least, their bouquets. Vintage-inspired bridal and bridesmaids’ bouquets, arranged from flowers like Baby’s Breath, Sweet Alyssum and Forget-Me-Nots, will take center stage.
Unique guest experience
Offering a warm and thoughtful guest experience is a main focus for 2022 weddings. From surprising the guests with pop-up performances to offering artsy gift bag items to crafting personal welcome notes – ensuring guests depart from the wedding weekend feeling warm and cared for is a must. The goal of this trend is to promote a sense of connection among the guests alongside keeping them invested in the celebration.