2023 Trends

2023 trends

After two years of postponements and many unknowns, we can finally breath with relief. Two years ago, we were coming off the heels of our first summer of the pandemic. We were all learning how to celebrate and gather safely. Wedding trends included a lot of micro weddings, eloping, postponing, and downsizing guest lists to garden weddings. The way we celebrate the union of two people is about to change forever. Here are some setting wedding trends we'll see more of throughout 2023. Here's to wedding planning! With the beginning of 2023, all signs point into direction of bright and colourful weddings. Celebrations filled with vibrant colour pallet and statement pieces. Beautiful, fresh florals, and volumizing gowns.


One of the main trends for 2023 is simplicity with a statement piece. Delicate transparent fabrics that provide coverage, but also give an effect of softness and effortless elegance. The voluminous dresses, puffy skirts, bows or sleeves with combination of smooth fabrics will give you the fairy- tale look.

Transparent fabrics


Delicate textures


Statement puffy sleeves


As Pi, extremely talented florist, from Corky and Prince told me, 2023 is the year of maximalist chunky blooms and broken arch and tree installations. Beautiful big statement flowers playing here the main character, accompanied by delicate twigs and leaves. Together with quite abstract and crazy broken arch installations will elevate your wedding celebration.

blooming everything


Stare Away

Venue & Tablescape styling...

My favourite person- Junie Poonie the founder and owner of Junie Poonie Events & Stationery revealed that 2023 will be the year of Luxe Aesthetics- a modern wedding moment. We're all about those chic vibes - a perfect balance of trendy + timeless. One thing she also named that sounded insane and absolutely lovely is a trend called ‘ Flower Granny’- rather than a flower Girl brides tend to ask their grannies to walk down the aisle with them- what a special moment that must be! We are all for it. Adding unique and personal touches to weddings is becoming more and more common, so it is definitely a wedding trend for 2023. Personalised name cards or delicious edible favours beautifully displayed on the table, waiting for your guests. Additionally, you might use decorations that were designed especially for your wedding by a family member or yourself to add that intimate touch.

personal touches


Intimate & minimalist


Timeless and simply elegant- is there anything better than a candlelight? Candles in any shape or form will simply add romance and charm into your tablescape. Try to use candles that match your colour scheme. For a WOW factor, go for statement chandeliers and hanging installations.


romantic warmth


statement pieces


colour scheme

The Season...

The season is crucial, if not the most important focal point of your wedding planning. From colour selection, to fabrics, flowers, or cake flavours. I am a big fan of seasonality, whether it comes to my cakes and flavours. Darker, bold colours are predominantly used for autumn and winter weddings and softer, more delicate tones will be commonly used over spring and summer seasons.


A Trend that Never Goes Out of Style… Wedding cake trends will always come and go. As a wedding cake designer, if I have one piece of advice to give you when it comes to your wedding cake, it’s to make it yours. Don’t settle on an average cake because you just want to get it over with. I eat, sleep, dream and breathe cake. Literally! I’m here to answer all your wedding cake questions and genuinely want you to have the best day possible. No matter what design you pick, having a great tasting cake that your guests talk about for months after your wedding is a trend that will never go out of style. That is my goal. Let’s get started today.

Are you ready to create a trend setting cake for 2023?

Planning your wedding day can be overwhelming, as you want each little detail of it to be beautiful, memorable, and unique.

This blog wouldn't be possible without a help of some talented suppliers. Full list below:
Junie Poonie @ https://www.juniepoonie.com/ ; Fi Passey @ www.corkyandprince.com Natalie Pluck @ www.nataliepluck.com ; Jenny Appleton @ jennyappleton.co.uk Rebecca Rees @ rebeccareesphotography.com ; wearefound.uk ; Safrina Smith @safrinasmithphotography.com

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