2017's hottest wedding trends

From metallic dresses to food trucks, here are 2017's hottest wedding trends.

1. Dessert bars

Many couples are ditching traditional wedding cakes and going with dessert bars instead. It's a great way for guests to mingle past the cocktail hour. For a fun twist, try a s'mores bar!

2. Classic cocktails

This year, we're seeing a move away from colorful, signature cocktails and a return to old classics. The Moscow mule and old fashioned are two drinks making a big comeback in 2017's wedding scene.

3. Metallic dresses

Sparkly gowns with metallic beading were all the rage at Fashion Week this year. Brides are opting for a little more shimmer in their gowns in 2017.

4. Movable feast

Many couples have decided to forgo the traditional sit-down dinner and opt for a more interactive option. Food trucks are popping up at weddings all over the country and providing guests with more creative dining options than ever before!

5. Game night

Obviously, the big trend this year is making weddings more interactive for guests. Another way couples are doing this is by setting up games. From interactive Mad Lib to croquet, games are one of 2017's hottest trends.


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