Wedding floral trends of 2019 you need to know
Just as wedding fashion witnesses a sea of change, bespoke floral atelier Champs Fleur, points out floral trends that are also blooming by the year
Foliage & Greenery
Over the last two years, these two words have gained a lot of attention when talking about floral decor for weddings. And the greener trend will only get bigger and better this year. The greens are being incorporated in the bouquets, ceremony backdrops, entry archways and even reception table decorations.
Floral Aisles & Installations
Floral installations have become one of the best ways to personalise your wedding. From having amazing backdrops to stunning floral aisles, couples are choosing lush rows of blooms strategically placed to step into the spotlight. Long-stem flowers are excellent for recreating this look.
Nude & Pastel Flowers
The minimalistic wedding trend is all about nude colour palettes with a focus on texture details. Couples are ditching the colourful blooms for monochromatic flowers. The florists are using dried elements and greens like pampa grass to make the arrangement stand out. For couples who want to go bold on their special day, they can opt for the Pantone 2019 colour of the year. The colour, called Living Coral, is a cheerful pink-orange that’s easily incorporated into bouquets, centrepieces, and other floral decors.
Sustainably minded florists
People are going the eco-friendly way these days and making smart choices. Using fresh flowers means considering their environmental impact post the event as well. The idea is to use seasonal flowers and stems and recycle this floral waste later to produce organic biomass. Hence, sustainability is becoming very important for florists too.
Ceiling Floral Decoration
The ceiling floral installations are making a huge statement as wedding decor. The florists are adding a twist of lights to bring out the magical glow to the weddings this season. Floral chandeliers are being used as decor elements in wedding mandaps and are stealing the show.
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