Wedding Trends 2020

Welcome to a dazzling new decade!

Here at Delamere Manor we hope to make this year the best one yet, and with so many events, parties, and most of all weddings to host we’ve taken time to look at the latest wedding trends for 2020.

For prospective couples who recently got engaged over Christmas, the new year hopes to bring a future full of exciting possibilities and challenges when it comes to planning the perfect wedding!

So, here are our top five wedding trends to get you in the marital mood – from elaborate florals to colours that pop!

Sustainable weddings

Conscious of the environment?

Well thanks to Princess Eugene’s recent eco-friendly wedding, we expect to see more and more couples going green, sourcing locally grown florals for centrepieces, confetti, or bouquets as well as ditching plastic favours for fruity ones – giving guests a sweet treat!

Plus, recycled materials for tablecloths, dresses, wedding invitations, and DIY ornaments like candle lit jars will be a big money saver too!

Wild Sculptures and Painted Flowers

Instead of simply placing flowers on tables, wow your guests with suspended floral installations that mix both wildflowers and green foliage to create a floral globe, complete with intertwining lights.

The newest wedding trend to be seen in 2020 is spray painted flowers, plants, and branches to add a burst of colour – think metallic gold, silver, pastels, or be loud and bright with neon.

Contrasting colours

Speaking of colour, it seems this year a uniformed colour scheme and minimalistic style is nowhere to be found!

It appears go big or go home is on trend with clashing patterns, textures, bold prints and eye-catching designs that will be adorning not only the décor, but dress code too!

Word on the street is that neo mint is the hottest colour this year!

Atmospheric Tablescapes

For the wedding reception, it’s all about atmosphere and reception tables are no exception – after all it’s where guests will spend most of their time!

Long banquet or winding tables to snake around the room, mini botanical gardens on each table, rustic lanterns, lace table runners, personalised inscriptions on logs for names, and bird cages filled with lights and flowers are just some of the ways in which guests can feel like royalty.

Modest and romantic wedding dress

Every bride wants to feel like a princess, and taking inspiration from Megan Markle’s wedding in 2018, the elegance of fully covered wedding dresses, long sleeves and two-piece sets are bound to be popular.

Meanwhile, the ultra-romantic tulle and ruffled wedding dresses intend to bring a touch of fantasy and sophistication.


If you’ve been inspired and can’t wait to get started, then get in touch with Delamere Manor, where our team of expert wedding planners will help make your 2020 truly special!

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