It’s time to start planning your 2022 wedding, but which trends are going to last until your big day? The Wedding Team at Delamere Manor have compiled their predictions on what trends will remain popular next year, including colour schemes and styles! 

Organic

The biggest trend for 2022 is going organic! Focusing on natural materials and colours including sage and ivory, this style of wedding can be incorporated into everything from your wedding dress to table centrepieces. Think hanging florals, organic food menus, recycled furniture, sustainable outfits and outdoor locations. Here at Delamere Manor we have four licensed and flexible spaces for outdoor weddings and a fifth option within our covered star-lit Courtyard, all of which can accommodate up to 140 guests. 

Warm Tones

Warm tones are really trending for 2021 and we predict this will roll on into 2022. Perfect for whichever season you plan to have your wedding in, popular colours include dusty rose, papaya orange and ruby. 

Metallics

If you’d like to have a mirror ball on the dancefloor at your wedding, then maybe the metallic trend is for you! Ideal for those who are interested in a vintage style affair, think 20s theme and colours associated with that time period. We love pairings such as navy and gold, blush and copper and emerald and silver. The metallic trend is a gorgeous way to add a little sparkle to your wedding and can be done with small, subtle touches, including metal chairs, metallic balloons, or high gloss candle holders. 

Dark Hues

If you’re opting for a winter wedding, consider going with dark hues for 2022. From midnight blues to mulberry and black, think a romantic, candlelit room for your reception with a live jazz band and smoky cocktails for the guests. You can also incorporate this trend into your ceremony by including black, cocktail-style dresses for the bridesmaids and selecting red roses for your flower bouquets and decorations.

Muted Colours

Neutrals have been a popular colour trend for wedding outfits over the past year and we predict this will continue into 2022. Perfect for an outdoor setting, muted colours such as tan, peach and sand are an ideal choice when it comes to a summer wedding. If you’re a bride who prefers an alternative colour to white for their wedding gown, we recommend opting for this trend and incorporating the colour scheme into the rest of your wedding plans too! 

Bridgerton

We knew it was coming: the Bridgerton wedding theme is here, and we don’t think it’s going to be leaving any time soon! With cap sleeves, square necklines and beautiful corsets featuring strongly in the latest bridal collections, it’s no wonder this theme has made its way into wedding colour schemes and styles too. Think Penelope’s signature buttercream yellow, Bridgerton baby blues, bright lavenders, and pastel pinks. You could even add a few feather accessories to the table centrepieces too!

Soft Blues 

Blue has always been one of the more classic wedding colours and has been the staple choice for many couples. It can not only create a beautiful, romantic setting but, it also offers the perfect opportunity for the bride to include her “something blue” too. However, as royal blues and sapphires seem to be becoming less popular with brides and grooms to be, lighter blue tones such as periwinkle, powder blue and French blue seem to be rising in popularity, ready for 2022. If you’re planning an affair in the countryside, these dreamy wedding tones are an ideal choice to compliment the setting. 

It’s a Rainbow

We have seen rainbows in every direction for over a year now and it will undoubtably continue to be popular for 2022. Whether you decide on this theme to celebrate our hard-working NHS workers or as a symbol for PRIDE, multicolours provide a bold palette for weddings and can be incorporated into everything from the bridesmaid dresses and groomsmen suits to the flowers and tableware. 

Pink and Red

Deep red and light pink has been creeping its way into the fashion world over the past year, so it came as no surprise when this perfect pairing started to appear in weddings too. Working as a wonderful combination, red and pink are the two colours which truly represent ‘love’ and will bring real romance into your wedding style. Think pink peonies for the flower bouquets, red berry details for the table settings, pink and red bridesmaid dresses and red velvet cake for the guests. 

 

Delamere Manor is Cheshire’s most sought-after wedding venue. To find out more, including availability for 2021 & 2022 weddings, get in touch with the Wedding Team at Delamere Manor on 01606 261361 or email us at [email protected]