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The venue you choose for your big day isn’t just a space for you to tie the knot but also has bits and pieces of you as a couple. There’s no doubt that it will significantly impact the mood,
your guests, and the overall celebrations.
If you’re having difficulty choosing or understanding the space that’s best for you, let’s take a look at what’s popular in 2024.
So, here’s our take on venues that will make or break your wedding day.
Venues That Keep The Earth Green
Sustainable, eco-friendly venues are all the hype because many couples take pride in having a green wedding that supports their lifestyle and values.
Smaller, Cozy Spaces
‘Micro weddings’ are on the rise too; couples choose intimate gatherings of 20-50 people by renting out spaces like cafes, restaurants, parks, bars, etc. for their big day.
Wedding Services Under One Roof
All inclusive wedding venues that take care of the bar, food, service, decor, etc., are also quite popular, so the bride and groom don’t have to go running around.
Tech-Infused Venue Settings
Venues that can accommodate tech are taking over, especially because couples choose digitalized options like VR entertainment, drone shows and photography, live streaming, holographic decor, and more.
Venues With A History
Unconventional landmarks such as art galleries and museums add a touch of culture and heritage to wedding celebrations, and many couples are intrigued by this thematic trend.
Pastels Have Done Their Time
The light rose gold and blush hues were the craze, but it was overdone. Instead, these bold wedding colors are in, along with dark blue, maroon, yellow, and green. These hues all create a new buzz for venue themes.
Traditional Ceremony Locations
Traditional weddings are also no longer taking center stage. Instead, some couples choose to officiate their vows at the reception venue itself.
Exorbitant Floral Decor
The macrame, Coachella-inspired floral walls, and crowns have a sophisticated appeal. However, heavy floral decor for wedding venues has taken a back seat.
Couples search for wedding venues that can accommodate guests for more than one day because weekender weddings are more popular now than ever.
And, there you have it – the wedding venue trends that have picked up the wind in their sails for 2024, and of course, the ones that no longer wear the “in-style” crown. Now, you have no
reason to worry; browse our suggestions and have a wonderful wedding day.