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We’ve stepped into 2020. Spring is firmly on its way, bringing with it the start of this year’s busy wedding season. Now venues are booked and dresses are ordered, many couples are starting to focus their attention on finer details such as wedding décor.
There are a number of fresh balloon wedding decor looks, styles, details and colours which are set to become huge trends during 2020. Here are our top wedding balloon décor trends for 2020.
Pearls are expected to be one of the breakout wedding themes of 2020. From bridal wear to stationery and balloon décor to your wedding cake, pearls provide a crisp look that can be weaved into every aspect of your wedding day.
Despite the huge popularity of pastels in 2019, we’re expecting a shift to classic colours as we progress through 2020. Much like the fashion industry ready to see reds, yellows, greens, white (pearl), silver and golds as we move through the seasons. Following on from Pantone’s announcement of “Classic Blue” as the colour of 2020, it is set to become the biggest colour trend of the year.
It’s all about the gram right? While photo booths have been around for some time and flower walls have firmly departed the wedding scene. The popularity of balloon backdrops at weddings is rocketing. Couples use the focal point to delight and engage guests as they become more involved in their wedding day and are left with their own beautiful memories for years to come.
While arches, garlands and walls have grown in popularity over the past couple of years, we are seeing surging demand for balloon ceilings. Whether balloons are suspended, covered with a hung garland or filled with ribband helium balloons. Balloon ceilings offer wedding décor not previously experienced by many wedding guests and the impact is spectacular.
Whether its glitter, foliage, florals, fabric tassels or lights. 2020 will see wedding balloon décor follow home decor trends and enhance its impact by bringing in a variety of textures.
Despite weddings being largely steeped in tradition, wedding décor offers couples to tailor their day to represent their interests and personalities. Led by celebrities such as Ellie Goulding and her festival style wedding in which she arrived in a campervan. We’re expecting to see more giant wedding balloons, and large décor displays based on
themes that go beyond simple colour schemes.
We’re all becoming more conscious about our impact on the environment and during 2020 we’re expecting sustainable weddings to be on trend. Helium filled and foil inflatables are set to be replaced by biodegradable latex and air balloon décor.