OK, so big weddings aren’t a thing right now, but that doesn’t mean people aren’t getting married! Plus, many brides and grooms have postponed their Summer weddings until later in the year. Whether it’s a right-now socially distant wedding or a future large ceremony, flowers are sure to be a highlight. To help you create your arrangements, here are six top floral trends.
Sophistication and luxury abound in this monochromatic palette of bold, rich colors. Orange, burgundy, and copper hues combine with dark palms and textured grasses to create a rich, elegant combination. Tone-on-tone beiges and creams add round out this classic wedding look.
The stars of this natural yet elegant arrangement are the dried fan palms. They create a rustic backdrop to muted roses, anemones, and dried grasses. Dried botanicals are always available, making this romantic, bohemian style perfect for any time of year.
A bouquet of long-stemmed roses creates the ideal minimalist arrangement. While crisp white roses are always gorgeous, the neutral hue of quicksand roses is also a favorite. These stunning roses come in shades from soft beige to champagne to blush, perfect for a simple, sophisticated wedding.
Pantone’s 2020 Color of the Year creates a modern, bold wedding palette. Blue or light blue delphinium are perfect for these arrangements, combined with white roses or ranunculus. The deep ocean blue offsets the white to bring the coastal feel to any celebration. Plus, this color is perfect for the on-trend bride!
This trend takes texture and color contrasts to a whole new level. Deep florals, dried grasses, cascading flowers and foliage, even striped feathers, create a bold and playful look. This dramatic contrast creates a harmonious balance, and it’s perfect for a bride who wants to add a sense of whimsy to her big day.
Nothing says, “Wow!” like a massive bouquet of cascading florals and foliage. This non-traditional arrangement combines plants with fresh and dried flowers, invoking both beauty and sustainability. The combination of so many different elements creates a sense that all of nature works as one. The result? Stunning.
Weddings may look a bit different right now, but they WILL be back. We want to make sure you’re ready when that time comes. Get familiar with these floral trends for 2020, and offer them in your shop. Create arrangements and show them in your online store. Let your customers know that you’re there for them, whether their big day is now or sometime in the future. Good luck!