Flowers are an essential part of any wedding, and choosing the right blooms can set the tone for the entire event.
If you're planning your big day, you'll want to stay up-to-date with the latest wedding flower trends. From bold and bright colors to single bloom arrangements, here’s what you need to know.
While large cascading bouquets have literally been big news for a while, this style is gradually on the way out. That’s good news for budgets and for those brides who’ve had to carry these heavy bouquets around for the day.
The new, smaller bouquet – or posy – means all the attention is on your wedding dress, rather than playing second fiddle to the flowers.
Our real bride Jis Soo (above) chose a lovely small posy for her wedding day that really worked with one of our slinkier dresses.
Unique colour palettes
Instead of sticking to traditional pastels and whites, brides are opting for vibrant hues like fuchsia, purple and yellow. These bold colors can add a pop of excitement to any wedding, and they're perfect for couples who want to make a statement with their floral arrangements. Consider incorporating these bright blooms into your bouquet, centerpieces, or even your wedding arch for a truly eye-catching display.
Single bloom bouquet
If you love one particular type of flower, this wedding trend is for you. While it works pretty well with many flowers, lily of the valley, roses and sweet peas all look good in a vintage-feel mono bloom bouquet, while to make a statement choose a bigger flower such as peonies, hydrangeas or sunflowers.
It’s the perfect wedding bouquet if your look is sleek and minimalist, so would work well with one of our dresses.
Wrapped wedding bouquets
As chosen by our very own Sabina for her wedding day (below), adding a long, luxurious ribbon around your bouquet is becoming more popular and we can see why.
It not only makes it more comfortable for the bride to hold, but the ribbon adds texture and interest into the bouquet and can also pick up your wedding day colours. It’s also a really simple way to add a touch of luxury to your flowers.
Sustainable and eco-friendly
Another trend that is gaining popularity among fashion-forward brides is the use of sustainable and eco-friendly options for wedding flowers. This can include using locally sourced flowers and opting for seasonal blooms. Bouquets can also be finished with natural fibres such as as string, that can be recycled or are biodegradable.
Dried flowers also fit into this category as they can be as a reminder of your special day – just try and find someone who uses leftover flowers from florists or markets for an extra special sustainable touch.
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