8 Unforgettable Wedding Trends of 2014

As 2014 quickly comes to a close and wedding planning begins for 2015, we’ve recapped our favorite ideas, decor, attire, and sentiments from our weddings this year.

Bottle Cap Boutonnieres
















Photo by Megan Newton

We adore this couples’ use of bottle caps to make beer-inspired boutonnieres. The hops and barley accents tie the rustic look together.

Multicolored Bridesmaid Dresses

multicolored bridesmaid dresses














Photo by Elevate Photography

These beautiful ladies epitomize summer in their bright, patterned, and flowing dresses. The tea length perfectly complements the bride’s gown.

Signature Drink: Moscow Mules in Copper Mugs

moscow mules












Photo by Ali & Garrett

Moscow mules are an old-fashioned drink that can now be found on the menus of the nation’s best cocktail bars. The simple combination of vodka, ginger beer, and lime is a refreshing crowd-pleaser at any wedding…and the mugs make great gifts for guests!

















Photo by Ali and Garrett

For summer weddings, suspenders make so much sense. The groomsmen stay cool, both figuratively and literally. Suspenders fit perfectly in a mountain settings and bring back the style from a bygone era.

Flower Crowns

Flower Crown













Photo by Harper Point

Bright and beautiful, flower crowns are perfect for brides who walk to the beat of their own drum. This timeless trend beautifully complements an earthy setting.

Autographed Shoes

Autographed Shoes
















Photo by Elevate Photography

What a sweet idea, don’t you think? Have your bridesmaid write you little messages on your wedding shoes for a beautiful memento.

Old-fashioned Elegance

Old-fashioned elegance














Photo by All Digital Photography

Old-fashioned touches such as the groom’s fedora and pocket square, and the bride’s birdcage headpiece show style and class. This couple embodies timeless elegance.

















Photo by Lindsay J.C. Lack

In 2014, burlap was everywhere from table runners to banners to buffet accents. The cool, casual, down-home vibe perfectly suits outdoorsy couples tying the knot. We have a feeling it’s not going anywhere in 2015.