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OUR TOP 10 BRIDAL TRENDS OF SUMMER 2020

We take a look at the top Bridal trends you'll be seeing this summer. From engagement rings to wedding gowns, our team breaks down the styles brides are loving. 

Shahla Karimi Emerald Notch RingShahla Karimi Marquise V Ring

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1. SOLITAIRES WITH A TWIST

Starting out with everyone's favorite—and the first step in the wedding process—engagement rings. Amongst all of the trends we've seen so far this season, the most popular seems to be the unique solitaires gracing so many soon-to-be bride's hands.  In prior years, it was common to choose either a simple solitaire or a more embellished ring, because there was really no in between. Now, we see solitaires with double bands, curves, and more! This trend is modern and unique but still aligns with a more minimal, traditional style. 

Sunday Forever Shahla Karimi

Image: Sunday Forever

2. SIGNATURE SCENTS

One of the most popular wedding trends we've seen is wedding scenting. Couples choose a perfume or candle company to help them create their own signature scent to diffuse on their wedding day. Since scent is considered to be the strongest memory trigger, you'll instantly be taken back to your special day. This is definitely our favorite new trend and it has become an essential part of some couple's wedding planning processes. 

Pronovias Shahla Karimi Pronovias Shahla Karimi

Image: Pronovias

3. ASYMMETRICAL SILHOUETTES

Wedding gown styles and trends have stayed pretty consistent over the last few years. However, we have seen a rise in asymmetrical silhouettes and patterns and we're loving it. Keeping with modern x traditional trend, these sleek gowns are perfect for the bride who wants a little bit of both.

Rosehip Social Shahla Karimi

Images: Rosehip Social

4. GEOMETRIC ALTERS

Alters like these have become increasingly popular.  We love the minimalist feel and see this being a popular trend for years to come.

Shahla Karimi Morse CodeShahla Karimi Morse Code

Images: Shahla Karimi

5. HIDDEN MESSAGES

Including hidden messages and adding sentimental touches to wedding ceremonies is nothing new, but recently we've seen couples include these messages in their jewelry. Traditionally, couples would engrave the inside of their wedding bands with these messages, but a new way to do this is through Morse code. Morse code is one of our favorite ways to subtlety include initials and dates in wedding bands or other wedding jewelry. This way you can enjoy the special message not only on your wedding day but every day after.

Celeste NY Bridal Shahla Karimi

Image: Celeste New York Bridal

6. STATEMENT VEILS

We've seen pink gowns, but it looks like we'll be seeing more color in veils this season. It's a great way to make a statement without committing fully to a colored dress and it looks great in pictures. Supersize veils will also make an appearance.

Decor Shahla Karimi

Image: Carina Skrobecki

7. INDOOR DECOR OUTSIDE

Perhaps the most unusual trend we've seen so far. Couples have began bringing indoor seating and decor outside. Couches, curtains...you name it! It's probably being brought outside for the wedding. Although it seems strange, it brings a lux yet comfortable feel to any outdoor wedding venue. 

Rosehip Social Shahla Karimi

Images: Rosehip Social

8. WEARABLE FLOWERS

Flower crowns have gained a ton of popularity in recent years being showcased at bohemian and beach weddings everywhere. However, it looks like florists are getting more creative. Floral headbands and hair pieces are the newest trend on the wedding scene and we think they're going to be BIG.

Liz Lazo Shahla Karimi

Image: Liz Lazo

9. EFFORTLESS HAIRSTYLES

Intricate updos are a look of the past. Brides have been gravitating more and more towards messy ponytails and loose buns, as well as leaving their hair down all together.

Paper Culture Shahla Karimi

Image: Paper Culture

10. SUSTAINABILITY

There's no doubt that sustainability is a trend across the board. Couples are beginning to incorporate sustainable decor, attire, invitations, and more into their weddings. A great place to start is by incorporating more living trees and plants into wedding decor to avoid the waste that comes with using cut flowers. The greenery compliments almost any venue and they can double as gifts for your guests to bring home.

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