Flowers are a big piece of your wedding. It helps set the tone of your wedding, so when you have chosen your wedding theme or feel, go see a florist and they will guide you  to what will help set that mood. Right now there are some big wedding flower trends.

Watch for these wedding flowers that are trending…

The floral styles are turning away from the tightly shaped symmetrical round bridal bouquets and centerpieces. Like food, flowers now are show casing the farm to table theme. Flowers have a much more botanical styling, with flowing greenery, vines and ribbons. Natural wide shapes with a lot of bulk and presence. Lavish organic bridal bouquets, featuring open garden roses, ranunculus, fresh herbs, jasmine vines, silver dollar eucalyptus and seeded eucalyptus are giving away to the smaller more tailored bouquets of the past. Veils are replaced with natural opulent flower crowns.

wedding floral crown

The soft palette’s of blush pinks, champagnes, greys and creams are giving way to much richer jewel tones. Even when a lighter shade is used it is a more saturated hue. Look at some of the latest wedding bouquets:

bridal bouquet

Botanical style bridal bouquet.

 

organic bridal bouquet

Bridal bouquet featuring flowing ribbons, with a more organic feel.

Metallic’s in gold’s, champagne, rose gold and copper are showing up on table tops, either linens, candelabra’s and metallic containers. Textures are soft and flowing, satin ribbons, smooth glass and sequin fabrics.

bridal flowers

Loose unstructured centerpiece with gold metallic seeded eucalyptus.

For wedding decorations trends include, draping vines and foliage with very natural feeling centerpieces.  Centerpieces made entirely out of greenery, floral table runners made of lavish greenery to the floor are showing up on rectangular table tops. Elements such as geometric shapes, cloches and light wood containers and candles round out the finishing touch.

garden style centerpiece

Garden style centerpiece, with gold enhanced berries in a mercury glass container.

Thanks Colleen Hanson!  Floral Design Manager/ Flowers Squared

 

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