Wedding Trend Report 2015

Reflecting on this years trends

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No detail was too small for our styling on this bridal shoot

We are super proud to work with the UK Academy Of Wedding And Event Planning, mentoring and supporting their students as part of our role on the advisory board. (Check out the amazing end of year offer for anyone looking to study and launch their own wedding and event business, find out more details here: UKAWEP Pre Christmas sale) And as we look towards a New Year, contributing once again to the International Wedding Trend Report with our predictions for wedding trends in 2016 we thought it the perfect time to revisit our thoughts on the 2015 trends.


Our 2015 couples initially embarked on their wedding planning journey with either a clear contemporary vision of their design and styling, or an opulent traditional feel. Crisp white with soft tones of barely there pink did remain a firm favourite at the initial planning and styling consultations. However as wedding styling research took in inspiration from magazines, blogs and Pinterest, excitement built, and wedding fever took hold with styles adapted to include many elements not previously considered.

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Your closest friends and family are often who you turn to during the planning

Key Design details For Styling & Décor

We saw increasing demand for the contemporary glazed marquee and the popularity of lounge furniture which will no doubt continue. Clients with a keen eye for design led pieces in their homes looked to bring these influences in to their wedding styling. And weddings were increasingly being planned over two or three days, giving rise to cocktail lounges and chill out areas. It was a fabulous opportunity to add alternative styling to the event, designing separate areas for guests to relax.

Chandeliers, floral swags, and draping added height and drama to the overall styling, and it was one of the many ways to create a theme and illustrate the couples story. From enchanted forest to a glamorous and elegant affair; hanging installations, and draped canopies were huge throughout 2015. Soft chiffon draping with lush green foliage garlands added lavish and romantic detailing. Whilst tall statement trees hung with ribbons, crystals and flowers brought the outside in and created scale. A single statement tree designed as a focal point for guests was a perfect escort table centrepiece and wishing tree.


A beautiful September wedding photographed by the hugely talented Walker and Walker Photography

As a huge advocate of signage, ensuring guests are confident and comfortable throughout the day is a priority and we loved seeing the increase in requests for mirrored and illuminated signs. From clear LED illuminated posters to neon arrows. It has all been a fun and cool way to style events whilst keeping guests informed. Personal statements, poems, quotes, and declarations of love were emerging early in the year, with the guys keen to become more involved with adding their own details. Lettering as a backdrop in the woodland, on the lawn, or behind the top table made for great images. Love, Forever, All Because Two People Fell In Love, and Soul Mate remained popular with our clients throughout the year. 

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Script lettering and calligraphy details remain on trend going in to 2016

It’s been a creative dream in 2015 and it has been a really wonderful year for wedding and event design with key trends following into 2016. For the full industry report go to: International Trend Report 2015, let us know your absolute favourites and keep posted for the eagerly awaited 2016 report.

Happy planning and much love x

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International multi award winning luxury wedding planner Pamella Dunn founded the highly acclaimed UK based wedding planning and events company in 2010. Her original philosophy to transform venues with killer effects and exquisite details remains the same today.

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