If you don’t end up addicted to pinning, did you even get married? The app reveals what you’re lusting after this year
Autumn weddings (+280%)
Rich rustic palettes of burnt orange, red and emerald green are proving tempting for many brides.
Greenery weddings (+300%)
Fussy flowers aren’t for everyone. Foliage is much more relaxed – not to mention friendlier on the bank balance.
Dusty rose colour (+255%)
Pink is having a moment in fashion and design so naturally this filters down to weddings. Forget syrupy pastels or headache-inducing neons though, a cooler tone is hot this year.
The official after party (+35%)
Last orders are a thing of the past if the all-nighter inspo brides-to-be are searching for is to be believed.
Keeping it intimate (+100%)
Making it just about the two of you is on the rise, so trim your bridal parties and ditch the pomp and ceremony.
Drip cakes (+437%)
You know we’re down for these drizzly delights. Read our love letter here.
Brunch weddings (+35%)
The popularity of brunching is influencing the big day and beyond. Patisserie dessert course anyone?
Personalised drink stations (+50%)
A Stateside trend that we’re not sure will translate here – letting your guests help themselves to a DIY drink station. All fun and games until someone is sick in a centrepiece.
Making more effort with the cocktail hour (+60%)
Cocktail hours, or drinks receptions as we call them, are stepping up a level with food and drink pairings. Think mini burgers with shots of beer, or oysters with sparkling wine.
Taco party (+132%)
Nope, we’re not sure if this is going to be a thing either. Rogue dollops of guacamole and occasionwear do not mix.
Wedding tattoos (+116%)
Couples are making another ’til death do you part’ commitment with wedding dates, floral bouquets and wedding ring tattoos to symbolise their union.
Off-the-shoulder wedding dresses (+158%)
The collections are heaving with Bardot necklines at the moment.
Statement earrings (+67%)
Brides are making an impact when it comes to accessories, and earrings are paving the way.
Printed bridesmaid dresses (+50%)
Delicate watercolours and florals that is, not camouflage or leopard-print.
Blue suits for grooms (+90%)
We’re predicting big things for this trend in Scotland, as the influx of lighter colours in tweed kilt outfits makes the jump over to tailoring.
Natural hair (+30%)
It might look nonchalant, but carefully crafted tendrils and loose waves are best left to the professionals. Show your hairstylist your board rather than leaving it to chance.
Pink eyeshadow (+45%)
Spotted at New York’s Bridal Fashion Week, pink eyeshadow adds a subtle, romantic touch.
Berry lip (+71%)
If red is a bit too retro for you, shades like plum and burgundy are much more wearable.
Lip masks (+388%)
Collagen lip masks will get your pout in prime position for that ‘you may now kiss the bride’ moment you’ve been waiting for.
Simple, polished up-dos (+83%)
Goodbye fussy bridal up-dos. This year it’s all about minimalist glamour.
Romantic honeymoon destination: Santorini, Greece (+70%)
The Instagram-worthy credentials of this picturesque island speak for themselves.
Adventure honeymoon destination: New Zealand (+125%)
Natural scenery that’ll take your breath away makes New Zealand one for the bucket list.
Can’t afford that long-haul trip straight after the big day? A shorter break will tide you over until you’re back in the black.
Elopement destination: mountainside (+109%)
You’ll be spoiled for choice with Scotland’s landscapes if you’re like the hordes of couples looking to escape to the great outdoors.