Love Is In The Air!

As we welcome a new year, wedding planning season is upon us. If you recently got engaged over the festive period, congratulations! Here, Ribby Hall Village’s Wedding and Events team bring you some trends and ideas

Now that the champagne has settled, the ring is on and everyone has been told, it’s time for the next stage of your wonderful wedding journey. Second only to the big day itself, this period of planning and dreaming will hopefully be one of the most exciting times of your life, but where to start? Let us help.

As 2024 unfolds, wedding trends continue to evolve, reflecting the changing tastes and preferences of couples seeking to make their special day unique and memorable. From unconventional venues to tech-savvy celebrations.

We chatted with the Weddings and Events team at Ribby Hall Village to discuss some wedding trends and ideas that are expected to shine in 2024. Having planned more than 2000 weddings, the dedicated team know a thing or two!

1. Sustainable Celebrations: Eco-friendly weddings are gaining popularity as couples become more conscious of their environmental impact. Expect to see weddings featuring sustainable practices such as locally sourced and organic food, biodegradable decor, and even carbon offset initiatives.

2. Intimate Micro Weddings: While grand weddings will always have their allure, intimate micro weddings are on the rise. Smaller guest lists allow couples to create more meaningful and personal experiences for their loved ones. Ribby Hall offers intimate wedding packages from just £1845, allowing you to share your special day with just your nearest and dearest.

3. Technological Integration: As technology continues to advance, couples are incorporating it into their weddings in innovative ways. From live-streaming ceremonies for remote guests to virtual reality experiences, technology is enhancing the wedding experience. Drones capturing aerial shots, virtual reality wedding tours, and interactive guest apps are just a few examples of how tech is transforming the wedding landscape.

4. Non-Traditional Attire: This year is expected to bring a departure from traditional wedding attire. Couples are opting for more unconventional and personalised choices, embracing bold colours, unique fabrics, and non-traditional silhouettes. Keeping it more casual is gaining popularity as couples seek attire that reflects their individual styles and personalities.

5. Multicultural Celebrations: Couples are increasingly celebrating their diverse backgrounds and cultural heritages. This trend involves incorporating elements from different cultures into the wedding ceremony, decor, and cuisine. From fusion menus to diverse music playlists, multicultural celebrations reflect the rich tapestry of love and bring families together in a celebration of unity. Ribby Hall Village offer large capacity weddings for up to 660 people, use of their kitchen by approved caterers and a wealth of experience in Asian and multicultural weddings. 

Ribby Hall Village would love to welcome you to their Wedding Venue Showcase on Sunday 28th January from 12pm until 3pm where there will be the chance to look around their room options, all fully dressed, as well as meet suppliers and chat to the experienced team.



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