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8 Exquisite Trends for Fall 2018

Elevate your wedding day with these fabulous fads.

Woman wearing white bridal jumpsuit with attached detail train

1. Get in the Pants

Gowns, we had a good run, and we’re not yet done. But we have to set some of you aside to make space for the jumpsuit craze. Pre, post, or even during your nuptials, there’s no fighting they’re all the rage.

Bride and groom kiss in seating area in front of a living wallPhoto by Taylor Ashley and Rachael Consaul Photography

2. Bet On Botanicals

Know what? Green walls are here to stay, growing into backdrops at venues everywhere, like Botanica Home and Garden and Paper in Blume’s masterpiece here.

"And so the adventure begins" printed in white on clear acrylic signPhoto by Ashley Laprade Photography

3 . Acrylic Everything

Acrylic is proving to us time and time again that the chicest backdrop is none at all. Dress up your signage with some florals or special typography and the result is exquisitely clear cut.

Bride and groom kiss in dark area illumined by neon sign that reads "all you need is love"Photo by Jonnie + Garrett

4. Glow Up

Neon signage can stand on its own, but customize it and you’ve got a memory you can even take home.

Groom and groomsmen bounce around in white adult bounce house

5. Bounce Around

Bounce this idea off your beau: an adult bounce house on your big day. It’s entertainment and Instagram gold rolled into one—oh, and fun for everyone.

Shelving with seating assignment names lettered on glass bottled fill with juicePhoto by Feather & Stone

6. Seat Show

Do your guests a favor and put their name card on, well, a favor. Consider Tenley’s seating chart slash juice bar, which printed each guest’s name on a bottle and their table number on the tray beneath it.

Script passage printed on two-tier white wedding cake

7. Have Your cake…

and read it, too.  Escondido baker Eat Your Cake Too has frosting and fonts for every couple to choose from.

Artist's painting of wedding ceremony site displayed at the ceremony site

8. Picture Perfect

Artists like Lisa Owen-Lynch are dipping into the wedding game by creating impressionistic “live paintings,” capturing events as they happen.

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