If you’re getting married next year, chance is you’ve already done a lot of the planning. If you have got your special day all planned, or you’re yet to start the planning process, I’ve got a run-down of the popular wedding trends for 2022, to give you some insight in to what is going to be the most popular trends for weddings next year, so keep on reading to find out more.
2022 might seem a long way off, but in truth, it’s only 52 days until the start of the new year, so now’s the time to start thinking about your wedding if you’re planning on getting married during 2022. Wedding trends are constantly changing depending on the generation, lifestyle, and time.
The beauty of a wedding, is being able to choose whichever theme and traditions which suit you both as a couple, but it’s nice to know which trends will be popular, as you can try to incorporate those trends in to your special day.
What Will The Popular Wedding Trends For 2022 Be?
One of the biggest wedding trends for 2022 is definitely going to be the focus of more eco-friendly weddings. 2021 has been the year for learning about the knock-on effects of the things we consume and use, with a big focus on reusable products and packaging.
This eco theme can be carried through to weddings, with the average cost of a wedding haven risen dramatically in the last couple of years. The average cost of a wedding is said to be around £20,000, so couples are starting to look for ways to make their weddings more eco-friendly and less expensive. Some couples are turning to eco-friendly weddings with a lower carbon footprint.
Another projected trend for weddings in 2022 is rustic, vintage weddings. Every wedding trend has its own set of reasons for being popular. As the trend for rustic weddings becomes more popular, couples are embracing a classic style that is elegant and romantic.
Whilst trends come and go, there are traditions which will never wane in popularity, such as engagement ring choices. Of course, the style of rings will change with trends, but the sentiment will remain the same.
If you like more traditional women’s band rings, you could choose a modern, simplistic ring design, or if you do want to tap in to the eco wedding theme, you could consider moissanite rings sets, which aren’t made from diamonds, so they’re a much more eco-friendly option for your wedding rings.
Did you know that it is estimated that the average life-cycle of a diamond requires 10 tons of coal or oil? So choosing a moissanite ring instead of a diamond is not only more affordable, but it’s kinder to the planet too. Whichever trend you choose, you’re sure to have a special day, with memories you’ll treasure forever.