Wedding Trends: The Flowers
These pretty petals are more than simply lovely to look at — they’re memory makers.
Peonies, garden roses, ranunculus, dahlias and other “soft-petal” blooms are the top-requested flowers from coast to coast.
And for good reason. “They epitomize romance.
Peonies, in particular are in high demand, with one planner noting that some brides will time their weddings to take place when peonies are in peak season.
Loose rose petals, used as a “garland” or runner atop tables or scattered among floating candles, are another trend that’s coming on strong.
Flights of fancy.
Tall glass trumpet vases are making a comeback.
They allow for large, lush arrangements, but they sit above guests’ heads.
So it’s easy for conversation.
Similarly, Bosse is seeing a renaissance of linear, more tailored centerpieces, as opposed to the loose.
Fresh-picked” style that’s been popular in recent years.
These structured arrangements fall in line with the trend toward a more classic wedding look overall.
At the other end of the trend spectrum, flowering plants like king. And pink-ice protea, along with assorted bold tropical blooms and small potted plants.
Lend a dose of stateliness for brides who want arrangements that feel natural and organic — yet elegant.
Mix it up.
Few brides want their tables to look “too perfectly organized”.
They want a more eclectic feel.
Create the look by using a mix of containers and featuring two or three different centerpiece designs.
Still going strong!
Hanging floral centerpieces aren’t going anywhere anytime soon. “Instant wow! What’s not to love?”