English Gardens florists have identified a few trends in wedding flowers.
1. Mixed Metals
Gold and silver have always been popular for wedding décor. We’re seeing metals start to intermingle. Copper and gold pair well together and greenery tends to pop when set against this combination. Plus, touches of metal look great when paired with candles.
2. Statement Areas
More and more brides are looking for hanging installations or sculptural elements that transform their venue and truly make a statement. The statement can be made with floral choices or bright pops of color, such as the Sunflowers incorporated into this hanging installation.
3. Ethereal Wedding Theme
Imagine the wedding is taking place in an enchanted forest. Ethereal weddings feature soft color palettes, delicate accents, woodland backdrops and soft lighting.
4. The Bigger The Bouquet, The Better
Bouquets keep getting bigger and bigger! Cascading bouquets with mixed florals, greens and even succulents continue to grow in popularity.
5. Moody Florals
Purple and blueish hues are popular in wedding palettes. Varying shades of purple bring drama and interest to your wedding florals.
Ready to get started?
If you’re interested in scheduling a floral consultation for a wedding, here’s a few things we’ll need to know to begin:
- Venue: Then we’ll have an idea of how much space to work with.
- Color Scheme or Theme: Decide on your theme or color selection first, then we can chose flowers.
- Bride and Bridesmaid Dresses: Say “yes” the dress, then we’ll design flowers to coordinate with the bride’s dress and the bridesmaid’s dresses.
Brides should also bring pictures, concepts or even swatches to the consultation. This will help our floral designers understand the style and color a bride desires.
English Gardens floral designers are ready to create beautiful and unique arrangements designed especially for you and your budget. Request an appointment today.