How to: Incorporate Trends into Your Wedding

April 6, 2015


There are so many aspects to creating your perfect wedding, which means there are nearly an unlimited number of ways to incorporate the latest wedding trends into your big day! Not sure where to start? Here’s a bit of inspiration to get you started:


One of our favorite food trends is the ever-popular food truck!  This is a great addition after the more formal meal (and a few hours of dancing!). Originality is the name of the game with food trucks and we have no doubt that you’ll have all sorts of tasty food truck options to choose from given their popularity! Click here to learn how to find food trucks in your area.

Bridesmaid Dresses

Long gone are the days of the “bad” bridesmaid dress. Say hello to “mismatched” bridesmaid dresses. Make sure that all of your bridesmaids love their dress by allowing them to choose their own! You can simply share your color scheme with your party and then allow them to select their own dress. Despite being different, or “mismatched”, each dress will complement each other without being too “match-y.” We just adore that this trend, which will showcase the unique personalities of your bridesmaids!


Photo Source: Green Wedding Shoes Photo Credit: Kati Rosado Photography


Think outside the box, unexpected wedding locations are in trend! Many couples are choosing to book unique venues for when they say “I do.” Museums, private estates, and “the great outdoors” are just a few ideas for uncommon venues. The beauty of this trend is that you can make any location a wedding venue!

Photo Source: Wedding Party Photo Credit: Lizelle Lotter Photography

These are just a few of the many trends of the year, what are some of the favorites you plan to include?

Proudly serving Bay Area Weddings for over twenty years, Fantasy Sound aims to be engaged couples’ first stop- offering Disc Jockey, Videography, Event Lighting Décor and Wedding Planning services. They are fueled by great ideas paired with strong coffee, and will never turn down a piece of red velvet wedding cake.