Spring wedding season is ramping up, and we’re already drooling over all the emerging themes coming out of the celebrations. And after you have one look at the cacti-filled centerpieces, eclectic rugs, and new takes on boho and minimalist styles, you will too! The 15 wedding #winners below are just the thing you need to start planning for your big day, whether that’s next spring or still TBD. Happy pinning, ladies!
1. Minimalist + Cacti-Filled: An emerging theme for weddings is going full-on minimalist (with plenty of greenery and cacti, of course). Paired with linen textiles and a few metallic accents, this look will become next-level elegant. (via Marcos Sanchez / Green Wedding Shoes)
2. Geode Woodland Wedding: First came the geode cakes, now entire weddings are embracing those earthy feels with natural stones galore. Mix and match varying colors of quartz with a woodland backdrop and your day will be on fleek. (via Lauren Pretorius Photography / Confetti Daydream)
5. Industrial Rustic: What goes more perfectly with an outdoor evening soiree than a rustic feel and loads of lights? Basically, nothing. Add some Edison bulbs in there for an industrial edge. (via Studio Impressions / Wedding Chicks)
6. Colorful Eclectic: Bright colors in big-day decor are coming back strong in 2017. This couple wasn’t afraid to go bold by combining vibrant pinks, yellows, and blues. Bring in some thrifted, antique-looking candleholders like they did for that oh-so-eclectic vibe. (via Cinzia Brushini and Lisa Poggi / 100 Layer Cake)
7. Mountaintop Retreat: The best part about this theme is you really don’t need to overthink a thing — your surroundings will do *all* the talking. Plus, with Greenery being Pantone’s color of the year, you’ll definitely score some major style points. (via Winsome and Wright / Style Me Pretty)
8. Spanish Romance: Think: fiesta colors with renaissance romance. Whether you’re well-traveled or just appreciate a good mix of styles and colors, this palette of deep blues, purples, and greens is just what the Pinterest wedding doctor ordered. (via Marsais / Green Wedding Shoes)
9. Geometric + Jewel Tones: The Knot says with intense colors coming back, we can expect to see jewel tones, like these magenta sapphire blossoms. And we’re definitely on board with the gold, geo planter matchup. (via A.J. Dunlap Photography / Ruffled)
10. Copper Mixed With Marble: The dreamy copper and rose gold look isn’t just for your ring — you can make a whole theme of it. Modern touches like gray marble cake and bits of subtle greenery woven in will keep the flashy metallics perfectly balanced. (via Elena Matiash / Deer Pearl Flowers)
11. Cozy Woodland: This is one of those themes that’s really tailored to certain couples. If you and your bae are the outdoorsy type, don’t be afraid to let that flag fly on your big day with a super intimate arrangement — and a campfire, obvs. (via Carography Studios / Ruffled)
12. Industrial Minimalist: Less is more, especially in industrial spaces. If you’re planning on hosting your nuptials in a loft, you don’t need many props to make your theme known. Pair with copper piping and a few complementary terrariums for a perfectly polished look. (via Bai and Elle / Want That Wedding)
13. Mountain Boho: Here, the traditional boho setup gets a major style boost from the new layered rug trend. Thrift a few to line your aisle, get yourself some animal skulls and greenery, and you’ll be good to go. (via Cassie Rosch / Green Wedding Shoes)
14. Modern Beachy: A striking altar that states your theme loud and clear works exceptionally well with the geometric design, because it’s so visually alluring. Pair an altar like this with some woven elements, shells, and plenty of blue glass for pops of color. (via The Amburgeys / Wedding Colors)
15. Minimalist + Geometric: Keeping things simple is always a good idea, but you have to have a few eye-catching accents! Make things extra trendy with touches of metallic and geometric pieces throughout, and you’ll be living a minimalist-chic dream. (via Kim Lyn Photography / Style Me Pretty)
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