Floral Decor and Flower Trends 2018
The Positively Posh wedding trend is passionate and feminine, Positively Posh is about discovering uniqueness and style. Delicate elements set against deep velvet and plum tones create a romantic couture look. Grays, pinks, and light neutrals contrast with bursts of vibrant fuchsia and purple hues. Freeform bouquets wondrously exemplify the radiant affection that envelopes Positively Posh.
IFD Flower Trends Forecast 2018: Positively Posh with Smithers Oasis
Oh so dreamy and romantic, Positively Posh layers pinks, purples and grays. Oasis Floral Foam in blocks, specialty shapes or bouquet holders, provides the perfect base to create this radiant and voguish look. Gold, pink and purple accents in Oasis decorative wire or Oasis Sequin Wrap match the look by contrasting soft and vibrant shades of pinks and purples.
IFD Flower Trends Forecast 2018: Positively Posh with Asocolflores
Pink and purple flowers in abundance give Positively Posh a lush, voguish look. Heavily petal flowers like roses, chrysanthemum and hydrangea from Colombia, South America are the perfect blooms for creating a Positively Posh motif. Flowers with Multiple layers of petal provide a feeling of opulence and romance. Colombian grown flowers from the members of Asocolflores provide the wide range of pink, purple and magenta flowers that are key to creating lush Posh bouquets.
IFD Flower Trends Forecast 2018: Positively Posh with David Austin
Positively Posh marvelously personifies all of the passionate sensuality associated with classic, old-fashioned English garden roses. Dreamy hues of subdued green and blue burst with the dreamy shades of romantic garden roses from David Austin Roses. From the pink blush of Keira to the deep pink of Kate, David Austin Roses epitomize the timeless feel of Positively Posh!