Valentines Day. It is just around the corner and we are getting prepared for February 14th. Flowers, kisses and the sweet murmur of romance. One of the most popular days of the year to surprise your loved one with beautiful blooms. Red roses and favourite flowers There is nothing like giving a a bunch of …
Colour enhances and influences the way we experience life. We use colour to express our emotions, just like flowers! This blog section is all about colour, inspiring you with all kinds of information about the meaning of certain colours, how you can incorporate in your designs and what is trending.
The Pantone Colour of the Year has become one of the most anticipated annual announcements in the floral industry. From last years UltraViolet to Living Coral, it is certainly a real switch!
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Towards the latter part of the year, grey accents tend to become popular to capture that crisp white winter wedding feel and help to break up the typical whites, creams and ivories!
Autumn, without a shadow of a doubt, is one of the most beautiful time of year to get married. There are so many gorgeous, warm and earthy colours that you can easily pick from mother earth for your wedding nuptials.
The metallic shade of Rose Gold has definitely continued to be a popular trend this year and I am not surprised because the colour is gorgeous and is so versatile!
Cocoa, Coffee, Mocha or just brown. This shade is very popular in autumn, capturing the natural, earthy landscape and incorporating in floral designs.
Opting for a pastel colour paired with a dark, contrasting colour like navy or emerald is a safe bet for success and looks gorgeous in the wedding photographs! One such winning combination is peach and navy with hints of gold.
Burgundy, berry, crimson, garnet – you name it – rich wine hues have been a favourite of mine for a long time and the warmth and sophistication is perfect for an autumn wedding! Paired with ivory, blush, indigo or a touch of gold.
Ready for the autumn? This colour palette screams out autumn using rich and warm shades like burgundy, burnt orange tones and teal blue to create a balance. I am sure we have autumn-bride out there reading this so I hope this is inspirational and sparks some ideas!