Revealed: Trending Wedding Bouquets For Your Magical Day
T R E N D I N G
In general we've seen brides move away from traditional,
rounded bouquets in favor of more texture and movement.
Both of the bouquets are designed in a more elongated,
asymmetrical style, to show-off this trend.
"The first of the bouquets relies heavily on neutral tones to form its palette. Neutral shades have been an enduring trend. Blush/beige "quicksand" roses and soft mauve "faith" roses are the most prevalent in the bouquet. Lilac and mauve colors have been growing in popularity. We added a pop of deeper plum/ purple for contrast. Despite the popularity of neutrals, we are seeing brides gravitate toward a bit more color and "moodier" color schemes. We included bleached, dried fern and bleached grass blooms, as well. These have been popular across the board, but especially with more bohemian styles and work well with more unusual botanical elements. In this bouquet we added the phalaenopsis orchids and fringed tulips as the botanical feature flowers. The inspiration comes from the unique and blended floral varieties that can be seen in a conservatory's collection."
"The second bouquet embraces the move toward color. A lot of brides and planners are ready to turn the corner on neutral shades and want bolder colors. The shape and design style shows off the trend of emulating Dutch still life painting. The stems and the organic shapes of the flowers are highlighted by leaving the stems longer to create an asymmetrical shape, allowing the flowers to arch and move as if they were growing. The colors are bold and chosen for lots of contrast... deep tones and pastels are used together."