Design Wedding Trends with the Wedding Website- 2021 Edition!
Welcome to new traditions of tying the knot: Peachy welcome mocktails replaced by sanitizer sprays are officially the new normal.
With everything that has gone downhill this year, mood-boosting hues and soothing designs are the need of the hour, wouldn’t you say? The uncertainty brought about by the pandemic has put us in a pickle, and nothing says revival like wedding season! From a virtual wedding to a wedding website, the new normal is here.
No seriously though, think about it. Getting back to a fitness regime, learning new makeup styles, and dancing to those desi beats – all of this and more have for decades been associated with Big Indian weddings and 2021 is no exception. (With a few precautionary alterations, of course). Weddings might be a different kind of fun but we’re super excited for what’s in store for the coming year.
Here are some wedding trends for 2021 including the wedding website for you!
#1. Tenacious Tents and All Things Flora
Springtime and sunny weather call for splendid outdoor weddings. ‘Tis the season for sundresses and sangria and nothing flaunts this better like an outdoor wedding with tulip-covered tents. A theme surrounding flora and the great outdoors calls for airy blues and pops of pink to really bring out the backdrop of a warm sunny day. Especially if you intend to have a beach wedding — these gorgeous colors go hand in hand with crashing waves and a beautiful sunset – all things mesmerizing, to say the least.
Right from the menu, to the tents, the flower arrangements and even your wedding website – every tiny detail must scream your theme. The “Vintage Garden” website template does an impeccable job to complement a floral wedding design. With hues of blue and bursts of pink petals, your wedding guests are successfully notified that they’re in for a day of outdoor fiesta!
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#2. Go Green Or Go Home
Ever since the tropical wedding theme gained popularity, green has been a beloved choice for most couples. And it is the one that is here to stay. Green is one of the most universally flattering colors (it looks fabulous on fair, olive, and dark skin tones), so it’s a cakewalk addition to your wedding attire. But what to expect differently in 2021? All-green weddings, a combination of every shade from the book including matcha (yes, like the tea), avocado, pistachio, and olive are the latest shades to bless your wedding day giving out some real ‘70s vibes.
I think it’s safe to say that green is the new black. Complemented with actual greenery, these palettes are sure to bring out the liveliness of your wedding. Make sure you set the standard for your big day with shades of green showcased even on your wedding website, much like our “Sacred chant” template below.
Website Template: https://www.weddingwishlist.com/wedding-website-free-template-theme-17
#3. Lilac and Lavender
If the mental imagery of this combination hasn’t already left you tickled pink (pun intended), the actual wedding sure will. Pale purple hues are predicted to make a comeback in 2021 and not in ways it used to be. The idea is to use many pastels together to maximize their impact. Imagine your wedding held amidst rows of redbud trees (The one with pink flowers that we all stop to take pictures with?) leading to the mandap of your ceremony. Mesmerizing, isn’t it?
A warm yet slightly breezy day with lavender backdrops and lilac flowers on every table would make for the most perfect fairytale wedding design. Complementing your theme is the fun and whimsical website template “Perfect backdrop” that sets the tone for your big day and prepares your guests for what to expect!
Website Template: https://www.weddingwishlist.com/wedding-website-free-template-theme-15
#4. Nostalgic Neutrals
No one in the history of designing a wedding used neutral tones and failed. Neutrals for weddings are like the Leonardo DiCaprio of films – they could never go wrong. There’s something so very bohemian and earthy about neutral colors that make them a safe choice to place your bet on. Although, what you must keep in mind is the fact that the lack of bright colors means you ought to play with different textures and materials that add visual interest to a spectator.
We would suggest you add pops of your favorite bright colors (such as green or yellow) as part of your flower decorations or table centerpieces. Your wedding website too must ideally boast of subtle, elegant shades like this one called “Modern Love” below. With minimalism being at its peak in 2021, tones like ivory, taupe, and dusty rose are predicted to be in-demand, especially for those beautiful bridesmaid dresses.
Website Template: https://www.weddingwishlist.com/wedding-website-free-template-theme-6
#5. Shades Of Yellow
If you choose to surround your wedding design around this energetic color, you have got to be mouthing “and it was all yellow..” to your partner in the middle of your first dance – there are no two ways about it. Coming in hot in 2021, yellow is predicted to be a couple’s go-to choice, and for all the right reasons. It doesn’t feel bland nor does it feel overdone. Indian weddings demand that most of their functions be vibrant, and yellow does a perfect job! Add yellow to your tables with candles, gold flatware, colored glass accents, and linens. Yellow flowers: sunflowers, peonies, and heirloom roses, are all stunning options for mimicking a garden-inspired aesthetic.
Feeling more playful? Use citrus fruits in your welcome drinks. In fact, go ahead and use them as decor – fresh lemons and grapefruit as centerpieces? Yes, please. This high-spirit color requires a wedding teaser that is equally vivacious. Our “turmeric hues” website template does exactly that. Expect to see this versatile color popping in all kinds of weddings in 2021 – indoors, beaches, and even as part of romantic outdoor fall celebrations!
Website Template: https://www.weddingwishlist.com/wedding-website-free-template-theme-10
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