8 Wedding Venue Trends for 2017

Your wedding site will affect lots of your wedding details. Past the color scheme and the manner of your wedding, it is also going to direct the wedding floor plan, food service and may even inspire your choice of wedding gown. Rustic chic weddings might have reigned supreme for the last couple of decades, but contemporary “blank slate” spaces in addition to formal, grand ballrooms are picking up in popularity with brides and grooms.

WeddingWire spoke with many wedding planners and place managers throughout the nation to find out exactly what the hot new trends in wedding places would be to assist you in your hunt to get the most suitable one for your wedding.

Blank Slate Spaces

 

Couples that have a vision for their wedding are searching for a place that’s a blank space that they can make their very own. “Virtually every couple would like to correct the expression of the place to what they believe is best for them,” explains Ahmad Alzear of Hashemites Event Hall at Duluth, Georgia. “They don’t need to feel as though they’ve been delegated a décor and prefer to choose their appearance.” Ahmad urges that couples request to see a sample record of prior décor in the venue to acquire a better knowledge of all of the possibilities. With leasing firms offering everything from velvet upholstered furniture to vintage bar carts to classic tabletop items, a few can make their dream wedding style and bring it into life without needing to fight a place’s background, carpeting or other décor details which may clash with everything they need for their wedding day. Nadia Huerta in The White Sparrow in Union Valley, Texas adds, “Our area is a blank slate, and you’re able to make it as earthy, glam or nation as the bride desires or they may be minimal and allow the venue talk for itself.”

 

Natural Light

 

As a result of Instagram, everybody is searching for a place which permits natural lighting to guarantee “likable” pictures. Airy areas with floor-to-ceiling windows or skylights will ensure that as long as there is daytime, your wedding service and reception will get loads of natural lighting for both your photographs and the total ambiance of this day.

 

Moveable Accent Walls

For many years couples are finding numerous applications for different design components. Think bridesmaid bouquets adorning the wedding cake table and service aisle décor being used as figurines also. A gorgeous moveable wall could be decorated with flowers or draped in cloth and placed on the altar for your wedding service’s background, and then proceeded to the cocktail hour to decorate the pub in the reception to be the backdrop for your wedding cake, and even as a photograph booth. “One of the greatest trends we’ve noticed is a flowery wall setup, typically positioned behind the altar,” Marisa Malgieri said, the Event Sales Manager at Brooklyn Winery at Brooklyn, New York. Working with an occasion bride or designer couples may decorate it perfectly to boost their total wedding appearance and feel.

 

Lounge Areas

 

Rather than setting up traditional chairs and tables, couples are wanting to produce a more comfortable, even home-like feeling, with furniture which would more closely resemble a living room or night sofa because of their cocktail hour, dance part or after the celebration. “Brides love small sitting areas from the grass regions or upstairs on the balcony,” stocks Nadia. “it is a terrific way for guest to sense that the kind of the wedding and film ops is a massive plus.” As for what it is possible to lease, there is an infinite number of rental companies which focus on furniture across the nation, both retro and contemporary, and you’re able to work together to obtain the ideal styles that match your place and theme.

 

Industrial Spaces

 

Old brick buildings which used for a warehouse or mill, or sometimes are still, provide couples a particular setting unlike the majority of the weddings they have been to. Exposed brick walls, metal beams and, often, a huge quantity of space, permit a few to have a wedding at the rustic setting that’s also quite contemporary. “Brooklyn Winery is a working winery. Therefore, our event space is a mixture of industrial and rustic components, such as accents of bare wood, brick, and steel,” clarifies Marisa. “The Winery gets the vibe and style of a raw area, just with the full-service components couples will need to execute their marriage quickly and minimal strain!” Working within this room can permit a few to go rustic classic or rustic contemporary in their design based on the colors, table and flowers structures they pick. “I believe that rustic remains in, even though the trend has now taken a rustic-modern strategy with large open spaces with minimal décor,” says Josiah Loyarr, Co-Founder and Executive Designer in Ninth & Everett, a design company which operates at Nashville, Atlanta, New Orleans and Charleston.

 

Less is More

In 2017 wedding planners and event stylist are visiting a more curated design strategy for weddings. “Couples are carrying the ‘less is more’ approach when it comes to décor,” says Josiah. Some straightforward but statement-making décor ideas comprise greenery and blossoms around the walls or hanging from light fittings he shares. Matching centerpieces, monochromatic setting, and geometric shapes are also quite common. When designing your wedding store this notion from Josiah in your mind: Curated tablescapes above a whole lot of things only taking up space on the dining table is crucial. As agreed with a Edinburgh based wedding photographer ABM Photography they say less is defiantly better then more.

 

Outdoor Space

 

An outdoor space may be a fantastic alternative, provided that a Mother Nature does not fight you. Couples may use it to get any component of the wedding out of their very first appearance and portraits for their reception and ceremony. Speak with your wedding planner and place manager about what you’re able to use the area for and then choose which area or parts of the wedding that you are interested in being outdoors. By way of instance, you may recite your vows as the sun sets, move inside for dinner, and then back outside to dancing beneath the stars. So long as you’ve got a Plan B in place you need to feel secure and safe that your wedding will go off without a hitch.

 

Rustic Formal

 

While couples might still be searching for a rustic appearance over all, there’s absolutely an increase in rustic-style weddings which have somewhat more formality than a barefoot at an area bride and groom. “The expression rustic is no more synonymous with plain and easy fashion,” states New Jersey established wedding planner Joanna Lenck of Square Mile Occasions. “I have seen a change in rustic wedding styles from barns sprinkled with mason jars and bales of hay into more formal events including wrought iron countertops, decor vignettes showcasing cloches with meticulously styled potted seasonal blossoms and row upon row of blended substance votives and pillar candles.”