6. Weekday weddings
Weekday weddings have been getting gradually more and more popular over the past couple of years but 2021 will see huge increase in numbers. Part of this big change is down to the high demand for 2021 dates as many 2020 weddings have had to postpone. Many venues have struggled to offer weekend dates to couples, offering weekday dates as the alternative.
Financial restraints are another big reason couples are now choosing a weekday wedding, in some cases couples can save thousands of pounds on a venue by choosing a week day date over a weekend.
From my personal perspective I am really happy many couples have picked weekday weddings, it has meant that I have been able to reschedule all of my 2o20 postponed couples for next year. Something I couldn’t have even begun to hope for if all couples chose weekend dates.
7. Handmade details
With the emphasis on the personal and meaningful touches for 2021 weddings, handmade details are going to be a big trend. Many couple have had a bit more time on their hands this year to get creative and do lots of wedding planning from home, which has resulted in lots of wedding DIY.
We will certainly see more personalised, handmade favours and thank you gifts as couples wish to show their gratitude to their loved ones even more than before.
I love a DIY wedding and can not wait to see what wonderful things couples have made for their big day in 2021!