When it comes to wedding planning, Pinterest is a never-ending (and sometimes overwhelming) source of inspiration. But before you start binging on wedding boards, start here. Pinterest recently took a look at what brides were saving for their nuptials from style, beauty and decor trends to fun food ideas and travel destinations. Here, the top trends for weddings this year — according to the ultimate source of bridal inspiration.
Last summer's off-the-shoulder trend has made its way into bridal style. In fact, brides are searching for off-the-shoulder wedding dresses 158% more on Pinterest this year than last.
Embrace your natural beauty! Search for "natural hair" on Pinterest is up 30% for wedding day looks.
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While Spring might traditionally be the most popular time of the year to get married, Pinterest brides can't stop searching for ideas for fall weddings.
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The days of bridesmaids all wearing the same monochrome frock are gone. The popularity of printed — and mismatched — bridesmaid dresses is on the rise.
Crystalised dress in blush blossom, $336, alicemccall.com.
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While the bridal updo may never go away, brides are saving pictures of these much simpler — yet still glamorous — styles to their boards instead of the fussy, elaborate styles we've all seen before.
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Thanks to a strong dollar, honeymooners are breaking the Caribbean norm and heading to the Greek isle of Santorini for its stunning sunsets and undeniable beauty.
When it comes to a fun city for your pre-wedding party, New Orleans is the new Las Vegas.
With scenery like this, it's no surprise that New Zealand is the new hotspot for adventurous and outdoorsy types going on their honeymoon.
Don't take it personally if your friend doesn't ask you to be her bridesmaid this year. In 2017, you'll see more people opt for just a few bridesmaids (or none at all!) as they decide to keep the focus on themselves on their big day.
Planning a wedding and a big trip at the same time can be a bit overwhelming. That's why mini moons — like a weekend getaway to Palm Springs after your LA wedding — are 122% more popular in 2017 as couples postpone their big trip for later.