We love the anti-austerity aspect of this trending aesthetic, favoring comfort and freedom above uptight strictness of the past.
“It’s like you’re at home, maybe the home of your ancestors, grazing off a huge table,” says Rebecca, who suggests building out this look starting with our Elegant White Palette.
Bask more in this trend: Read Elena Ferrante.
Rewatch the Sopranos. Fall asleep to A Bronx Tale.
“Picture a couple hiding under one veil, trying to keep the world out. That’s the epitome of this trend,” says Rebecca.
“It’s a celebration of one’s self: all you need is each other and your best friends.”
In wedding preparation land, we’re seeing more civil ceremonies (“civils”), Elvis, photo booths, roadside chapels, diners, and mini-dresses for wedding dresses.“ Weddings with that Vegas spirit are much like the city itself: lively, exciting, and full of surprises.
“The pandemic gave us the micro wedding. The Vegas State of Mind takes the low-key aspects of the micro wedding and adds a bit of sass and sparkle,” says Rebecca. “And it’s here to stay.”
Our data shows that lovebirds in Knoxville, TN are opting for microweddings in big numbers with an average budget spend of $1,600. Proving that the saying “good things come in small packages” rings true for weddings too!
Photos courtesy of: Nick Raimondo Photo, Jason Albus via Rock n Roll Bride, Frank Edwards/Getty Images, Viva.co.nz, Lakizo Photo, Andi Artrigue Photography, Aimlee Photography, Charlene Precious, La Petite Photo, Sylvie Rosokoff