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By Rachel W. Miller for Lover.ly
As we look back on another year gone by, we're reflecting on the biggest trends in weddings from 2013. These wedding styles, colors, and accessories aren't all new (nor are they "over" -- we expect to see more of them in 2014!) but they really caught on in 2013. Here are our top ten favorites:
1. Art Deco.
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This daring and romantic look was huge in 2013, and designers are already taking things to the next level for 2014.
3. Neutral bridesmaids dresses.
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Bridesmaids dresses in shades of blush, ivory, and beige (or a combination of these hues) made bridal parties look romantic and ethereal this year.
4. Floral crowns.
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Hello, halos! This whimsical look was part of a trend we expect to see a lot more of in 2014: 1970s-inspired vintage weddings.
5. Mint green.
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Emerald may have been Pantone's 2013 color of the year, but a lighter shade of green was popular for 2013 weddings.
6. Wedding dresses with long sleeves.
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We saw a lot of gold wedding details this year, but gold foil invitations are one of the new styles we expect to see a lot more of in 2014.
8. Playful and colorful decor.
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In 2013, there was a return to the simpler ways to celebrate: colorful confetti, glitter, pennants, balloons, and paper decorations.
9. Woodland creatures.
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Woodsy rustic weddings have been popular for a few years now, but 2013 saw the introduction of several whimsical forest animals into the decor. The most popular? Deer.
10. Marriage equality.
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This wasn't exactly a trend, but we were still thrilled to see more states allowing gay couples to marry and more and more same-sex couples heading down the aisle. Cheers to more happy couples in 2014!