And so we begin the wedding season rush!
There are some really unique styles we are seeing take off this year, and so much opportunity for creative freedom and expression, which, of course, as the highly creative people that we are - does make us a tad giddy!
Different tones, colours, textures and architectural layouts all play their part in creating unique wedding flower trends every year; this year is no exception.
We want to share our insight into some of the requests we are seeing. Some you may love, some you may loathe - that’s the best thing about trends though, there is always something perfect for everyone.
Just send an email or call the shop to discuss your ideas with Helen, our Wedding Florist and Shop Manager. We may be just a little bit biased BUT she is just amazing and designs the most beautiful, highly textural, artistic and gorgeously romantic bouquets, arrangements and installations for your wedding celebration.
We cater for weddings of all sizes, shapes and styles. So whether it’s big blousy roses or more delicate, ethereal blooms, we’re here for it all.
Unique Colour Pairings
Bold and bright-coloured flowers are almost always in demand, but this year we are seeing a shift towards really interesting colour choices and more unexpected pairings. Think toffee tones with lavender or magenta and mustard. Also desaturated jewel tones, especially blues, olive green and rust. Purple and lime-yellow-green hues are also having their moment, with a particular love of chartreuse - bold and uplifting, it can be seen everywhere right now, from fashion to home and everything in between.
Floral credit: https://www.instagram.com/theroseshed/
Floral credit: https://www.instagram.com/ashleyfoxdesigns/
Check out this Glossary of Wedding Flowers by Colour
Smaller bridal bouquets with a bigger focus on statement installations for the ceremony and reception are 100% a thing right now.
A distinct shift from the days of heavy, oversized, cascading bouquets. Instead, brides are preferring smaller, more delicate bouquets.
Floral credit: us, Photos by Linus Moran
Sculptural floral arrangements for a modern twist on table centrepieces are fast becoming the hottest new trend. The U-shape in particular has really taken off!
Our clever team love nothing more than having the pleasure of creating sculptural pieces.
Floral Credit: Floral and Field Design Co.
from floral arches and hoops to flower walls and chandeliers, it’s all about making a BIG statement.
whilst understated bouquets may be the thing, couples are going BIG on their ceremony and reception flowers. Hanging flowers is particularly popular this year and we are 100% behind this. Hanging Floral Centrepieces add instant drama and make a massive impact visually.
Wildflowers offer a unique, rustic charm that many couples favour for their special day. Think 70’s inspiration…vivid colours in free-form shapes.
This summer we will include stems such as ammi, cosmos, daisies and poppies with oodles of loose grasses to add texture and movement!"
Please contact us on: 01962 860345 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.