What is Trending
Flower trends are constantly evolving. Here we link you with information and topics impacting the world of changing flower trends, flower types, floral varieties, flower colors and floral design styles and arrangements. Here is what is trending in flowers.
Hitomi and Colin Gilliam hosted Trend Summit 2020 in March and the summary is now available! Core consumer values include health, wellness and mindfulness and sustainability, all values strengthened by the pandemic. The top trend in wedding flowers is described as ‘Romanticism’! The summary includes lists of top trending flowers, greens, supplies and accessories. See the full report and visit the Thursd.com article
Tomas De Bruyne and the design staff at EMC have released their Annual Trend Report! The report reflects changing consumer preferences impacted by the pandemic and highlights the need for flowers to be authentic, playful and truthful! “Basic, slower, more meaningful” are used to describe the new driving attributes of consumers. Here’s the page with the link to the full report!
Martha O’Hara Interiors captured the essence of consumer desires in this Minnesota home. A palette of coastal colors tied together with navy and Kelly green create comfort without clutter. “Basic, slower, more meaningful” as shared in the EMC Trend report help consumers create spaces that are ‘truthful’ and ‘real’. See the StyleMePretty pictorial and be inspired to create your an ethereal oasis for clients!
There is something aspiring in the settings created by tropical islands. It may be hard to pull off a destination wedding right now but creating your own tropical paradise can de done almost anywhere. Junebug Weddings shared gorgeous, island-inspired, wedding palettes to inspire us! The right color combinations and the right accessories abd you can create your own island experience. See the Junebug blog!
HereComesTheGuide.com shared a series of articles to help couples plan their wedding during these challenged times. We are lucky to live in a digital age, we can share out most exciting life events, even if virtual. This article provides great insight to planning or marrying virtually; from venue tours, to consultations, virtual weddings and virtual after parties. Are you ready to go virtual? Read the HereComesTheGuide article.
Although not new, backyard weddings opportunities have greatly expanded! Venues are booked and venue pricing is up and for many couples it just makes sense to have a backyard wedding. Many wedding florists are providing turn key solutions for the couples thrown into a backyard wedding. Junebug Weddings shared The Ultimate Guide to Planning a Backyard Wedding, is there a reason you shouldn’t be providing this solution!
Finally wedding licenses are on the increase after coming to a screeching pandemic stop. But weddings are being remade with couples forced to ponder new decisions on how to best tie the knot. From ‘mini-monies’ (coined by The Knot for the new miniature ceremony) to virtual ceremonies, satisfying couple wedding flower needs will take more creative efforts. Read Ashley Fetters’ The Pandemic’s Long-Lasting Effects on Wedding!
Wedding events may become more intimate with smaller guests list. But couples will still want the day to be special. Less guests may mean smaller venues freeing up budgets for special touches. Décor may be less over the top but expect more curated specialty items that create a feelings of intimacy and closeness. This relaxed New York garden wedding reminds us nothing is better than an intimate but simple and stylish affair. See the Junebug pictorial!