Wedding Trends of 2024

Trends are ever-changing, especially when it comes to the wedding aesthetic. In 2023 we saw the rise of motion focused photographs, second-looks and the importance of sustainability; let’s explore some of the top 2024 wedding trends we’re excited to see during the upcoming season.

Posted on 29.12.23

Styling Details

Bows, Bows, Bows!

Over the last month or so, we have spotted a rise in bow motifs, delicate ribbons and dramatic fabric embellishments, but they’re far from their peak! Thanks to the balletcore movement, bows are becoming an integral part of luxury event design, and we’re excited to see how they will feature in the upcoming wedding season.

Draped from dining candles, garnishing Champagne coupes or intricately woven through bespoke stationary suites; as the New Year falls upon us, we are ready to see bows take centre stage throughout.

Here’s our beautiful 2023 bride Lily, shot by Studio Westlake, donning the perfect hair bow in lieu of a veil at her summer wedding.

Party Time

Big Bands

If there’s one way to pump energy into your wedding party, it’s a big band. With dynamic vocalists and top class musicians, the 6-12 piece bands are bringing even the most unlikely guests to the dancefloor; kick your heels off granny, it’s party time.

See your reception space transformed as you walk through from dinner to a high spec dancefloor complete with saxophonists, drummers and guitarists to launch you into the party atmosphere!

Ambassador Band kicked off cocktail hour in style – shot by Leah Marie.

Settle In

Wedding Weekends

We’re seeing more and more of our couples looking at ways to come together and make the most of their celebration of love. Afterall, how many times have we heard Brides and Grooms say “the day went by far too quickly”.

Luckily, there is a simple solution: the Wedding Weekend! Designing three days filled with special moments for friends and family is something we look forward to seeing a lot more of in 2024. From ‘night before’ drinks receptions and welcome dinners to farewell brunches in the Dorset countryside, it’s all about having the time to share memories and stories from the big day!

D&B welcomed guests at the Riding House for a rehearsal dinner – shot by Kristin Sautter, full gallery featured: Style Me Pretty.

Statement Tones

Bold Colouring

Whilst pastels will roll into 2024 to continue forming an elegant base for wedding colour palettes, we’re excited to see vibrant, statement colours come into play.

Whether accenting stationary, candles, or second looks, warm colours are a fun way to exude personality through your wedding styling; think pocket squares, the shoes peeping out from under your wedding dress and the wax seals on your invitations – the possibilities are endless!

L&S embraced a pop of red through flowers and bows – photography by Holly Clark, featured: Style Me Pretty.

Bringing Height

Tall Installations

We have been blown away by the installations brought to St Giles House in recent years, and they just keep getting bigger and better. We’re looking forward to seeing wedding styling reach new heights in 2024, with tall tree centerpieces, hanging chandeliers and suspended floral installations.

Not only do they create beautiful focal points for each part of your day; they fill the room without taking up floor space, creating an intimate atmosphere for you and your guests to enjoy the grandeur.

L&S took their ceremony up a level, adding tall chandeliers and large floral borders to their aisle – shot by Leah Marie.

What Vogue Have to Say

Take a look at Vogue’s ‘The 12 Wedding Trends Every 2024 Bride Should Know’ – hint, “surprise after-parties with a nightclub feel” feature.

Here’s our gorgeous bride Emily, dancing the night away in our speakeasy style basement club – shot by Imogen Xiana.

Full Vogue Article: Here

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