Weddings in Australia are like no other, with our unique climate and variety of landscapes comes our own unique wedding trends.
Minimalism with an Edge
The trend towards minimalism is not new, but it’s been refreshed in 2023 with an edge. Simple silhouettes amplified with a statement veil, tonal florals with a pop of fruit or traditional tiered cakes with a statement, modern addition like stemmed florals, sugar encasements or organic, fondant shapes.
Sustainability is a growing concern worldwide, and the wedding industry is no exception. Couples are taking a more eco-friendly approach to their weddings, with a focus on reducing waste and carbon footprint. We are seeing more weddings that use recycled materials, live plants over single-event flowers, or planet-friendly reusable structuring for their floral displays, eco-friendly decorations, and locally sourced, organic food.
Destination weddings have always been popular, but the trend is growing in Australia. More couples are opting for a wedding in a beautiful location, whether it’s a beach, a winery, or a scenic countryside. This trend is perfect for couples who want a unique and intimate experience with close family and friends alongside the opportunity to experience somewhere new together to celebrate the occasion.
Couples are getting creative with their wedding venues, opting for non-traditional locations that are more unique and personal. We are seeing weddings in art galleries, museums, and even on farms. This trend is perfect for couples who want to add a personal touch to their wedding and make it truly unique.
Personalised Wedding Attire
Gone are the days when brides and grooms had to wear traditional wedding attire. Today’s couples are getting creative with their wedding outfits, opting for more personalized and unique styles. We are seeing more brides wearing colorful dresses, jumpsuits, mini’s and more. Grooms are also getting creative with their attire, wearing colorful suits, unconventional fabrics, and cuts, whatever best represents them.