From the colors to the arrangements, it’s all about boldness this Spring wedding season! Reds, yellows and oranges will mix with deep purple hues to create some amazing looks for wedding bouquets and centerpieces.
Wreaths & Hoops
One of the most popular 2018 wedding flower trends will be wreaths, from rings suspended above a ceremony altar to bridesmaids carrying wreaths in place of traditional bouquets. This is an easy trend to personalize, a dainty ring of flowers to a boho-inspired greenery wreath.
Moss is becoming the new greenery in wedding arrangements: It brings a certain fairytale element to wedding flowers and can be used in almost every way that you might use typical greenery. An indoor ceremony backdrop, a runner down a long banquet table, or a tasteful moss cutout to display a wedding monogram are all perfect for a woodland wedding theme.
Wedding industry experts are calling Anthuriums “the new protea”, because adding just one to a wedding bouquet or centerpiece makes a statement. Anthuriums are perfect for bohemian or beach wedding arrangements but can also be paired with traditional flowers for a more classic yet modern look.
Traditionally used as symbolic creations, mandalas will be a hot flower trend for 2018 weddings. They are made by placing flowers, individual petals and other decorative pieces into symmetrical, round patterns – and a wedding floral mandala would make a stunning photo opportunity!
Know and use these 2018 wedding floral trends and see your sales bloom this Spring wedding season.
Dramatic and Edgy
Lighter hues, when paired properly, can create a truly stunning effect. Combining flowers in lighter purple and pink shades, such as mauve and nostalgia rose, creates an arrangement that feels dramatic, edgy and a bit mysterious.
Apricot Orange and Butter Yellow
Yellow and orange flowers – but in softer hues – will be used in all types of arrangements this year. Apricot Orange is a peachy hue that feels like a pastel but with a punch, and Butter Yellow exudes a feeling of happiness.
Since Pantone’s color of the year for 2018 is Ultra Violet, expect to see a lot of weddings with flowers deep purple tones like burgundy and plum. Pair these darker colors with abundant greenery and nature-inspired accents and you have a dramatic, gorgeous arrangement.