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What's wrong with a "trendy" wedding?

Are you a soon-to-be bride wondering how to make your wedding stand out? While it’s great to stay current with what’s trending in the wedding industry, it’s important for brides to remember that trends come and go and that it’s ultimately your day. As a wedding planner, I’ve seen it all and I recommend that brides take a step back and focus on what truly matters on their special day. Here’s why you should avoid following every trend when planning your wedding.


First and foremost, trends can be short-lived. The hottest trends today will be long gone tomorrow, so it’s best to avoid investing too much in something that may go out of style quickly. When it comes to wedding planning, it’s important to focus on timeless pieces that will remain classic and elegant for years to come.


Another issue with trends is that they can be expensive. Many of the trendiest items come with a hefty price tag and it’s not worth the cost if you’re not going to love it forever. Instead, focus on items that you truly love, even if they are not currently “in style”. That way, you can still have a beautiful wedding without breaking the bank.

Finally, trends can be impersonal. Your wedding should reflect your personal style and tastes, not what’s trending on Instagram. Take the time to think about what you truly love and what resonates with you and your partner. Think about the little details that will make your wedding unique and truly special. That way, your wedding will be a

reflection of you and your partner, not the latest trends.


At the end of the day, it’s important to remember that your wedding day should be about you and your partner. Don’t get caught up in the trends and focus on what truly matters. Following these tips can help you plan a beautiful wedding that is uniquely yours.

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