Flower trends are continuously evolving in the wedding industry. This year, we have expect to see more sustainable weddings, dried or bigger, bolder flowers. Discover just some of the hottest up and coming trends for 2020 below.
The wedding flower trend has continued to rise in popularity into 2020, combining retro dried flowers including pampas grass, stypha grass and palms into wedding designs. The trend is also great for budget savvy couples. Super stylish, cost effective and long lasting!
Eco-friendly weddings are on the rise and this extends to wedding flowers. Couples are seeking more sustainable options, seeking locally grown and seasonal British flowers for floral design, along with limiting the use of floral foam, single-use plastic. Embrace the style that comes with using seasonal flowers, expect arrangements to sit more naturally and look a little less perfect and polished! Plenty of texture, colour and style!
Bigger and Bolder
Back in 2011, simple, dainty and sweet bouquets dominated the trends, but 2020 we’re seeing wedding flower trends heading in the opposite direction. Bouquets are bigger than ever, incorporating plenty of greenery, bigger blooms in a loose, unstructured feel. Bringing in dried flowers such as pampas, feathers and garden greenery to add a bohemian effect.
Large flowers such as Protea, Sunflowers, Chrysanthemum blooms or Amaryllis. Bouquets looked fuller, luscious and luxurious! It is the easiest way to save money on your wedding flowers, creating a statement with just a few stems! Top tip: Once you have finished the ceremony, use the bouquet as a table centre or display in a decorative vase and you can continue to enjoy the flowers for the evening!
Circular floral arrangements that first started to appear in 2019! They are now extremely popular in both UK and US for many reasons! Perfect as a backdrop for a wedding ceremony, walk through into a venue or a photobooth. While you can opt for a flourishing floral version, you also have the option of adding luscious greenery or dried flowers such as pampas grass!
Using flowers to line your aisles is the perfect way to instantly add impact to your wedding decor. This flower trend transforms a ceremony room and it works for all seasons, from Spring through to Winter! Even better, the arrangements can easily be moved after the ceremony to decorate the breakfast room or even other parts of the venue. From potted plants, floral urns, fluffy buckets of gypsophila, sprayed branches or silk cherry blossom trees, you options are endless!