5 wedding flower trends for 2020
Planning a wedding in 2020 or beyond? We’ve picked out our favourite upcoming wedding flower trends that are guaranteed to make your wedding blooming beautiful (sorry!)…
Grasses and dried flowers
Although we’ve loved the greenery trend, it’s slowly giving way to the earthier, more neutral tones of dried flowers and grasses such as pampas grass, dried hops and wheat sheaves. We think this looks stunning at summer and autumn weddings in particular, although dried fruits and branches are ideal for winter weddings.
More and more brides are working with sustainable floristry to help keep their bouquets and floral arrangements eco-friendly. Rather than flying in unseasonal blooms, brides are preferring to choose season, British-grown flowers to keep their carbon footprint low.
For aisle decoration with impact, we’re loving the look of loose, wildflower-style arrangements placed all down the aisle. It looks incredible in photos and will make you feel like you’re walking through a meadow. Plus, after the ceremony is over, you can reuse the arrangements in front of the top table.
Image credit: Heritage & Holland Photos
These days, we’re finding that brides are placing equal importance on the way their bouquet smells as to how it looks! Beautifully scented florals such as freesias, lavender, sweet peas and lilacs are making their way into more wedding florals, and we’re even seeing fresh herbs make an appearance! Springs of rosemary, mint, thyme or sage work just as well as table decor as they do in in the wedding food!
Credit: Chirpee Flowers
If your budget doesn’t stretch to a giant bouquet of traditional blooms, then why not focus on one statement flower and build your arrangements around it? A single protea, bird of paradise, sunflower or even artichoke can make a big difference in a bouquet! We’re even seeing brides and brides carrying large paper flowers in lieu of real ones – could this be the next wedding flower trend?
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