Hi, y’all! It’s the Flower CEO here. With wedding season in full swing, so many couples and wedding planners are curious about the upcoming trends. I wanted to share with you, the 2021 and 2022 wedding trends that I’ve been seeing:
Trend 1: “Sleeping beauty woke up to a rage party.”
Gone are the days of the traditional flower arrangements. Que the spotlight on extravagant floral art installations. Imagine yourself standing in a flower field instead of holding a flower bouquet. Bring a floral experience to your next event with these life-size structures and over-the-top designs. Step up your flower game and get in touch with your creative side and become your own flower art designer. Larger wedding parties are also becoming more popular, as people want to celebrate with all of their friends and family!
Trend 2: “Hello dark green, my old friend”
Mint and light greens are a trend of the past. You will be green with envy when you see these dark green designs. Greenery was once considered a filler and is now a focal point in floral. The natural look and feel of the greenery trend is growing and seems to never go out of style. The future is all about dark green leaves, vines, and flowers filling your event with a natural look.
Trend 3: “Floral eye candy that lasts forever.”
A modern twist to a tale as old as time. Mixing dried and fresh flowers is the hottest trend in floral design of 2021. The esthetic comes from the texture and mixing of earth tones and a pop of color. When choosing dried flowers, you are able to compass a memory for many years to come.
Trend 4: “Arches are back, but not your average arch.”
Arches are back, back again! The wedding arch has long been a simple touch to enhance the wedding ceremony space, but now it is more like a focal point for your vows. Extravagant flowers and unique shapes are a few ways couples are reflecting themselves in their wedding.
Trend 5: “Go bright or go home”
Go bright or go home. White and blush pinks are colors of the past. The past year taught many that you only live once, so make your special day one you will never forget by adding bright colors to your wedding. Adding in pops of colors to your bouquets, decor and even the bachelor parties ties add a fun personal touch. Be bold and confident on your wedding day with bright colors.
First Photo: Photography – Radion Photography and Cinema
Second Photo: Photography – Christy Dawn Photography
Third Photo: Photography – DSON Photography, Bride – Audra Rice, Floral Design – Convergence + Co
Fourth Photo: Photography – Katelyn Bradley Photography, Styling + Set Floral Designer: Flowers by Jordan Marie, Wholesale Flowers – FiftyFlowers, For Complete List of Vendors Check out this Styled Shoot Blog by Real Weddings
Fifth Photo: Photography – Rachel Lomeli Photography, Floral Design – A Wildflower Florist, Wholesale Flowers – FiftyFlowers, For Complete List of Vendors Check out this Styled Shoot Blog by Real Weddings