Wedding flowers are the key element that will tie your day together. They bring your style to life, reflect the colours you have chosen and provide vibrancy and movement for your wedding photography. As with all things, wedding flowers have trends, elements, colours and styles that are popular right now. Today we’re taking a look into some of the most popular wedding flower trends will be blooming throughout 2020. It’s a colourful affair, enjoy!
Oh, hello big, big blooms
Using large flowers such as hydrangea, protea, sunflowers and dahlias will create a statement and impactful wedding bouquet, plus as you’re using less stems hopefully you might save a few quid. Large headed flowers such as these easily create a lush and full arrangement even with only a few stems.
Via Fab Mood
Via Julia Loffler
You may not know the technical term for these impressive installations (don’t worry thats your florists job!), a moongate is a circular floral arrangement that creates the most magical of backdrops. A great choice for your wedding ceremony the moongate can then be moved and used at your reception, they look particularly beautiful shining a floral halo around your cake table, or behind the top table.
Via Melanie Osorio / Flowers Mulberry & Moss
Via Bird on the Wall Photography / Flowers A Little Bohemia
Dried and divine
Don’t worry, dried flowers in 2020 is nothing like the vase of sickly looking buds of the retro age, they are every bohemian brides dream! Dried flowers, foliage and grasses are proving themselves to be very popular these days and last forever. Of course, queen of the dried brigade is pampas grass!
Via Lace and Lilies Flowers
Via Wedding Invites Paper
Wild and free
Back in 2011 Kate Middleton’s delicate lily of the valley posy sparked the trend for small, simple bouquets but nine years on things have grown, literally. Bouquets are bigger and wilder than ever with an unstructured feel.
Via Olivia Marocco Photography / Flowers Deco & Harmonie Wedding Design
Via Kelsie Low
Ethical and sustainable
Shop local – that’s how we’re all trying to do things in 2020 and wedding flowers are no different. More and more florists are trying to cut down their business carbon footprint as much as possible by heading to local growers and reverting to traditional floral design using foam free variations. Speak to your florist if you want to discover how your Big Day flowers can be ethical and sustainable, and definitely have a plan for what to do with your flowers once the day is over.
Via The Flower Farm
Via Great Wedding Spots
Minimal and nude palettes with very little colour will continue to grow in popularity. This trend originated with the use of bleached ruscus, a foliage that has been given lots of likes on Instagram! Brides favouring a demure, artistic vibe to their day will adore muted palettes using bleached foliages rather than traditional greens.
Via Kind Honey Photography
Via Designs by Hemingway
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