The flowers you choose for your wedding say a lot about you and the style of your wedding! Below you’ll find a list of some of the hottest wedding flower trends to help you choose your look for everything from bouquets to centerpieces to boutonnieres! Check out Bridal Party Tees for all other pre-wedding necessities!
Big Soft Blooms: This year, many brides are going with big, soft blooms, gentle earthy textures and gentle pinks paired with warm ivory.
Sunwashed Colors: Modern brides are opting for earthy shades and blush hues in their wedding flowers and color schemes. Don’t be afraid to mix taupe and oyster gray with a bold, contrasting color or you can pair multiple shades of a blush pink with beige and ivory. Using a single color in multiple shades and textures can create a truly unique look. Bottom line: The modern palette has been simplified.
Flowers with Personality: Every flower has a certain personality. From sophisticated red roses to playful daisies your blooms speak to the identity of your event. Soft and gentle blooms like peonies, lisianthus, and rununculus are a totally timeless and classic choice, while fun, tighter textured blooms like billy balls, button mums, and dahlias can be whimsical and a little bit mischievous at the same time.
Choose Eye-Catching Colors: If sweet and subtle isn’t your thing, go for a head-turning arrangement with bold colors. Bring in color swatches, invites and other inspirational details to help your florist create arrangements that coordinate with the look and feel of your wedding day.
Orchids: Orchids are a flower of movement, especially since this particular flower comes in just about any color and size! Use an all-orchid arrangement to make a lush, architectural statement on your tables, or select a single orchid blossom in your wedding color for modern boutonnieres. Wrap the stem in black ribbon so that the blossom pops against the lapel.
For Fall Weddings Think Texture: The hottest trend in fall wedding flowers is lush, richly hued arrangements with lots of interesting texture. Instead of using just two or three types of blooms in your centerpieces, try a wide mix of flowers coordinated with your color scheme. For example, you could start with a base of classic flowers and mix in feathery crocosmia and velvety coxcomb.
Classic Wedding Flowers in Rich Hues: Tailor your wedding flowers to the time of year by choosing more deep dramatic shades for the fall than you would for the spring and summer.
“Going Green”: Through contrasting and complementary foliages and branching, this wedding flower trend emanates a sense of elegant simplicity. Mixing unique textures and colors of naturally-occurring flower colors, such as white and light green, creates a soothing, tranquil expression for bouquets, centerpieces, and boutonnieres.