White Hot Wedding Trends

Stay on top of the trends!

Our Wedding Coordinators nominate the top 4 bridal trends of 2017 and what we’re loving at Watsons Bay weddings.


Weddings at Watsons Bay can best be described as a venue for ‘relaxed opulence’. Brides love the standalone beauty of our yacht club ambiance and white interiors, but the venue is also a blank canvas that compliments beautiful styling.

So what trends have we seen and loved in recent celebrations? 


Tropical Styling


A palm leaf here, a mini pineapple there and your guests will swoon through every Instagrammable inch of your wedding reception + ceremony. We love: Little Lane Events


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You Light Me Up
Light up letters are a fabulous way to luminate the wedding space and add a bespoke element from the bride and groom. It also makes for a great photo moment! We love: Sammy & Lola


Let’s Talk About Cake Baby
Naked Cakes to be exact. We’re seeing a lot of naked cakes that show-off the work that goes into a multi-tier cake, and also the bride & groom’s personality! Ornamented with glitzy cake toppers, embellished with fruits, meringues, macaroons, chocolate fudge, and pops of colour – Naked Cakes are quickly becoming the cherry on top of wedding styling.  We love: Unbirthday Bakery



Something White, Something Blue?
Not white wedding gowns are a white-hot trend. We’re seeing a lot of blush, baby pink, beige and grey gowns floating through the venue. A new hue shows a bride’s personality and creates an extra special unique flair to her special day.



I Must Have Flowers, Always & Always
Love your greens. We are seeing brides opt for fresh, crisp florals in white tones, with lots of greenery and exotic palms. Statement floral centrepieces on high stands in luxe arrangements are also on trend. Colour palettes are pared back whilst floral styling is lush and full. We loved the greenery and pink palette we recently had on our Top Deck with pops of rose gold sprayed palms. We love: Flora Folk



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