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Weddings are back to pre-pandemic levels, and domestic destination weddings and multi-day events are some of the trends on the rise.

Feb 16 2022

Weddings are back to pre-pandemic levels, and domestic destination weddings and multi-day events are some of the trends on the rise. An estimated 2.6 million wedding celebrations are expected to take place this year, and our 2022 wedding research shows that 35% of young people have attended or plan to attend a wedding this year, compared to 29% in 2021. Micro-weddings were a popular trend during the pandemic as couples opted for more intimate, safe celebrations and though it will remain a popular option for some, couples are also looking forward to going out with “a blowout bash.” October will once again be the most popular month to get married, and on average, couples spend $28,000 on their ceremony and reception according to new research from The Knot. One of the most notable takeaways from The Knot’s research is that Gen Z and Millennial couples take a value-focused approach to their planning, taking wedding wastefulness into account while opting for local vendors and shopping small businesses. Domestic destinations that remind people of international locations will be especially popular in 2022, and the pandemic has also influenced couples to plan their wedding as a multi-day event, meaning the ceremony and reception are kept separate for couples who want an intimate ceremony and bigger blowout afterward—or vice versa. (Forbes)