The Biggest WEDDING TRENDS In India For 2023
Weddings are a huge deal in India. It’s like a 3-4 days gala or you can say a big live concert in which hundreds of people – loved ones and dear ones – come to have the best time with you. And Honestly, Indian weddings are fun! Well, if you’re planning to have the best wedding of the year, then follow these trends while planning your BIG FAT INDIAN WEDDING:
After two years of enforced micro-weddings, endlessly postponed nuptials and restricted events, the sentiment for 2023 is very much: go big or go home. This year brides and grooms and their families are leaving no stone unturned to have their dream wedding. The trend is to not be shy, go all in and have all the best things at your wedding.
Destination weddings have been in trend for quite a while, but now Indian couples are looking for places which are located in natural surroundings. Open style-day weddings are in, especially since a lot of celebrities are opting for it and getting the best pictures clicked. While the most popular cities in India for Destination weddings are Udaipur, Jaipur, and Goa, couples are also opting for International destinations like Bali, Thailand, and Abu Dhabi for 2023 weddings.
Can you imagine Indian weddings without any shor-sha or show-sha? Not really, right? Well, post covid a lot of Indians have realized that you don’t need to call every person you know on this planet to a wedding. A couple can get married even if they have only a handful of people in attendance. Nowadays, weddings are more personal, and have closest and most dear people at the wedding to bless the couple.
Subtle Colours Themes
With day weddings stealing the limelight and more people opting for subtle themes for their wedding, 2023 will see a lot of pastel, light colour themes, especially in the shades of white and beige getting more attention.
Young couples are conscious about their choices, especially when it comes to being environmentally friendly. 2023 will see weddings curated with eco-friendly materials, including the couples utilizing digital resources- e.g. shifting to digitally printed animated wedding cards.