Here Are the Top 15 Wedding Trends on Pinterest for 2017
When it comes to wedding inspiration, Pinterest is still the go-to place for most brides-to-be in search of photos and ideas for their big day. It may be only April but with wedding season ahead of us, it's no surprise that new trends have already emerged.
The Pinterest Wedding Report for 2017 found that last year's tendency towards more low-key and alternative ways to celebrate has caught on with couples and they continue to be on the lookout for a more budget-friendly and eco approach to weddings. Another interesting discovery is that summer is no longer the most preferred time of the year to get hitched—it's fall.
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Keep scrolling to find out what else brides- and grooms-to-be are searching for on the social media platform.
Naked cakes had their moment, now it's time for some frosting goodness.
Couples are looking for budget-friendly and delicious food to include in their wedding menu, and tacos are winners on both fronts.
Food and Drink Pairings
The standard pre-reception cocktail hour doesn't cut it for couples anymore. Instead, they are opting for a fun and tasty alternative: food and drink pairings.
Brides and grooms are looking for alternative ways to commemorate their commitment to one another, and what better way than a small tattoo that's for life?!
The off-the-shoulder trend continues to reign supreme.
Blue suits for grooms
OK, ladies, we have to admit that's a very creative way to have your something blue on your wedding day.
Thanks to Emma Stone's Golden Globes beauty prep, collagen lip masks are on the rise.
Forget the overly complicated hairdos that take hours to create and four cans of hair spray to hold in place. This year, it's all about simplicity.
Move over bold red lip.
Pre-wedding festivities destination: NOLA
From beignets to jazz, New Orleans is the top bachelor and bachelorette party destination in 2017.
Adventure honeymoon destination: New Zealand
New Zealand's volcanic plateaus, sandy beaches, and beautiful mountains make for a romantic honeymoon.
More and more couples are opting for shorter, local mini moons.
Maybe it's because of Pantone, but brides-to-be are ditching colorful and ornate bouquets in favor of more simple and natural floral decor elements.
Summer is no longer the most popular wedding season. Couples are choosing to get hitched in the fall when the weather is cooler and nature's transformation offers a breathtaking backdrop for wedding photos.
Dusty rose color
Pink is in this year, but brides are opting for the grown-up version.