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4 Wedding Trends You'll Love in 2023

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The wedding industry has always been one of the most dynamic and ever-changing industries. Although wedding trends appear each year, we still see a lot of classic details that are timeless and remain in fashion throughout. Here’s everything you need to know on some key trends we have seen emerging and look to be continuing going into 2023:


  1. From Boho to Classic Neutral Tones

It's been a while since we've seen such a clear trend in wedding styling, but we've definitely noticed that the organic, boho wedding of recent years has shifted into something more classic using those neutral tones.

We've been seeing lots of customers this year opt for dove grey, sandy beige, dusty rose and we think this will continue into next year alongside sage green and burnt orange. Many of our ranges of wedding ties UK can be found in these shades.

These colours are timeless, classic, and just gorgeous. They're perfect for many different wedding venues and especially suit a more relaxed vibe we have seen this year. These tones in particular would go with a navy suit. We think this shift in style will continue into next year.




A couple of options for that classic grooms style with a neutral twist are our dusty pink Tallulah range and our sandy beige Jacob range. All options are available in our mens wedding tie ranges


  1. Simple Flowers

We're seeing a trend in floral arrangements this year: understated, but still dramatic. We expect to see much more focus on unique flower shapes creating gorgeous texture in simple paired-down bouquets or table arrangements. We really like the spiky cactus dahlias which are very seasonal at the moment and look really striking.

We are also seeing floral touches throughout the wedding styling with pressed flower details & hand sketched flowers on wedding stationary. You could even have a go at DIY pressed flowers for further personalisation for your wedding day.




  1. Sustainability

This will continue to be a top priority for brides and grooms in 2023. Grooms may well be choosing to opt for a classic wedding suit styling that can be reworn for other events – a classic blazer or three-piece suit can be a great investment and you can wear it for a variety of different occasions. Opt for a versatile navy, grey or even a neutral tweed suit that the look of can be changed depending on the shirt, neckwear or accessories you choose. Many ranges that we offer are available as ties that can go with a navy blue suit which is particularly popular this year. This is a great option for grooms looking to show their personality through their accessories or match with the best man or groomsmen with colour coordinated ties and pocket squares.



Picture showing suit options; including navy blue suit with Arthur tie and mens wedding suits (tweed, linen).


  1. Personalisation

We saw a few big celebrity and royal weddings over the past year that had some great touches of personalisation so it follows that these will feature in weddings this year and next.

Personalised details can be found everywhere, from invites to table names and place settings, readings to songs for your first dance as a couple – making your day feel like it was designed especially for you!

Incorporation of embroidery and monogramming will heavily feature in 2023 weddings, which can be found in wedding stationery and invitations to the bride and grooms wedding day outfits.


Stacey Solomon & Joe Swash got married this summer in a gorgeous sage green themed outdoor wedding and not only did they tie the knot in their own back garden, Stacey made loads of the DIY wedding decor and favours herself. 

We hope that this has given you some inspiration for your own big day. Wedding planning can be stressful, but it doesn’t have to be! Planning all these little details is such a fun part of the lead up to your wedding day, I love using Pinterest for all these little ideas and keeping track of what themes, styles and touches are on the top of my wish list!

Good luck & happy planning! X




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