2023 Wedding Trends to Watch: From Open Hair to Earthy Toned Lehengas & Many More!
What could possibly top a lavish Indian wedding? Well, a trendy big giant Indian wedding!
The internet is the preferred resource for wedding planning for couples who are getting married. However, the internet is a huge place with a variety of viewpoints and choices to peruse, particularly when it comes to weddings. Therefore, having a comprehensive list of the wedding trends for the future year is helpful. It is important to be aware of the trends that will shape the upcoming year, notwithstanding the hours you may have spent crafting your wedding mood board on Pinterest.
So, here is a list of wedding trends that will rule in 2023, ranging from colourful wedding decor inspired by the Pantone colour of the year to 2023 cosmetic trends.
It’s time to address the topic that’s on everyone’s mind right now as the new year draws near. What wedding fashion trends can we expect to see in 2023? The whole event is elevated when couples incorporate these ideas into their weddings. These styles are the “X Factor” that each wedding needs. A conventional wedding still has some elements that are the same, but there are some trends that tend to alter. This is partially a result of the constant evolution of consumer preferences. Here are our forecasts for 2023’s wedding trends.
Photos that look natural and candid Like most things in the wedding industry, trends have a big impact on photography styles.
Local Bridalwear Brands Will Take the Lead
Even while brands like Manish Malhotra and Sabyasachi are well-known when it comes to bridal apparel, they are not as reasonably priced as we would want. A rapid increase in the appeal of locally produced, smaller brands with a broader audience was observed at the end of 2022. And with great finesse, we anticipate this tendency to continue into 2023. Brides are gravitating toward labels and designers who embody their individuality while remaining within their price range, from new labels to Hidden Gems.
Daytime Pre & Post-Wedding Shoots Remains In Vogue—- If there’s one thing we’ve learnt in the past few years, it’s that couples love pre-wedding shoots (even if they slyly deny it). Similarly, post-wedding shoots have also become quite popular these days. However, no one wants to get shot indoors anymore. They did that during the pandemic and they’re over it now. Couples want to breathe in the fresh air while getting clicked for their pre-wedding album. This gives them an opportunity to utilise various special locations in their cities like monuments and historical sites as the backdrop while getting gorgeous shots clicked in natural light.
Reds and pinks are the colours of true love, indeed. However, we’ve seen an increase in brides choosing more muted, earthy colours for their bridal lehengas. The popularity of these earthy tones for bridal lehengas is expanding, and they range from deep red-browns to burnt oranges, sage greens, golds, and even sap greens and purples. Additionally, we’re crossing our fingers that more brides will choose to use these distinctive colours in 2023.
Exuberant Patterns for Pre-Weddings Our hearts belong to printed lehengas! Printed lehengas are comfortable and lightweight and have been around for a while. We know that women have already started embracing this tried-and-true practice for their pre-wedding events, so we urge future brides to give it serious consideration. You can try with everything from floral lehengas to ones with chevrons and geometric motifs! The biggest selling point of these beauties is that they let you celebrate fully and run around carefree.