With so many 2020 weddings postponed and lots of couples choosing to get married in 2021, we’ve gathered our favourite flower trends. While microweddings are on the rise, this certainly doesn’t mean fewer flowers and smaller arrangements. Instead, in 2021 we are seeing couples focus even more on celebrating their love with meaningful bouquets and thoughtful arrangements. Couples are choosing local suppliers, stunning cherry trees and gorgeous dried flowers. We’re even being inspired by the late Princess Diana. These 2021 wedding flower trends are simply beautiful!
Couples are looking for reputable, local suppliers who will provide an excellent service in an intimate setting. Beautiful lush bouquets and buttonholes, hair pieces, low plentiful centerpieces with an informal and intimate touch. And I have been asked to make so many full and plentiful fresh door arches where the couple can take some magical photos! – Balla Florists by Judi Roche
Balla Florists by Judi Roche
We are seeing a huge interest in cherry trees this year! – Elizabeth Cott, Wonderous Weddings
We are loving dried flower arrangements. One of our favourites is tall, fluffy Pampas grass stems!
This is for couples who are focusing on what really matters: a celebration of love. This means opting for beautiful arrangements that are sentimental, meaningful and thoughtful.
Flowers from the Secret Garden
More is More
2021 wedding flower trends would be incomplete without acknowledging those who have moved dates. Lots of couples who have postponed their Big Day from 2020 are looking to go bigger and better and have lots of stunning flowers!
A Room in Bloom
Thanks to shows like The Crown, we are seeing gorgeous bouquets that gracefully flow out of the bride’s hands. The style was originally made popular by Princess Diana and we love the modern take.
Miss Daisy Florist
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Kelly is a former wedding planner and a lover of anything pink. She believes that any bride can plan her own wedding, with a few tips and helpful tools.