No wedding is complete without beautiful flowers. An integral part of every wedding, florals set the tone for the entire event, connecting furniture, stationery, fashion and more whilst adding your signature spin on your chosen venue.
Floral trends for weddings are constantly evolving, but here are some of the current trends in wedding flowers that you might want to consider when planning your upcoming wedding.
Wild & Whimsical
Firstly, wild and whimsical bouquets are making a comeback. These bouquets consist of a variety of flowers, greenery, and other natural elements like berries, fruit, feathers, and twigs. They have a relaxed, organic feel that adds a touch of bohemian elegance to your wedding day. These bouquets are perfect for the bride who wants to embrace the natural beauty of the world around her.
Secondly, flower installations are becoming more popular. Instead of just having traditional centerpieces, couples are opting for grand floral installations that cover walls, ceilings, and even floors. These installations are a great way to create a statement piece that will leave a lasting impression on your guests.
Fruit & Flowers
Freshen up your bouquets or instalments with some fruit. From chilli to citrus, pears to plums, fruit is making a big impact on floral designs this wedding season.
Monochromatic arrangements are in trend. Instead of using multiple colors, brides are opting for arrangements that use only one color. This creates a sophisticated and cohesive look that is both timeless and elegant.
Sustainability is a growing concern, and many couples are choosing to incorporate eco-friendly elements into their weddings, including floral arrangements. Using locally sourced and in-season flowers or even potted plants in lieu of freshly cut florals not only reduces the carbon footprint but also supports local businesses.
These are just some of the current trends in wedding florals that you might want to consider for your special day. Remember, your wedding is a reflection of your unique style, so choose the flowers that best represent you and your partner. Happy wedding planning!