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.
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!
Special Events shared the results of The Knots survey of those planning or rescheduling weddings. The pandemic has changed how wedding will happen and what couples will want for the festive day! See the Special Event articles on The Knot survey results!
Wedding colors are evolving as we watch to see how brides-to-be react to our new normal. This stylized shoot presented by Style Me Pretty and prepared by Amorology features a melon hued color theme with pops of tangerine and blush. The melon hue is accented with contrasts from green, sunset yellow and even teal. Expect brides to work more favored accent colors into new palettes! See the Style Me Pretty pictorial!
Although it is too early to forecast the most significant impact of the Corona virus on flower trends, hints are starting to emerge. In this article Russian designer, Dmitry Turcan shares how his bouquets have already changed as he elaborates on his relationship with his mother as we approach Mothers Day. See the Thurs.com article and enjoy the impressionism influenced design of Dmitry Turcan!
Oasis Floral Products reminds us of the power of flowers and the great opportunity we all have to use flowers to help people pull through these times in warm and loving ways.
“When we’re all together, on the other side of this, the handshakes will be firmer, the hugs longer and warmer. The bouquets will be bigger and brighter. The card messages will be more personal, more emotional.” Be inspired, read the Oasis Idea Blog!
Kestrel Park is located in the Santa Ynez Valley, close to the California town of Santa Ynez. A gorgeous venue for a wedding and the perfect backdrop for a pure peony wedding. Although there are a few gorgeous roses, it is the peony, serving as shining flower! This Style Me Pretty pictorial shows how flowers work the magic of creating the emotion of the moment while providing brilliant expressions of personality and aspirations. Oh the power of peonies and roses to create memories that last forever. Flowers by Hogue & Co., see the Style Me Pretty pictorial and the full gallery of pure peony wedding!
Giving Tuesday Now is a group effort to unite and heal communities in this time. Now.GivingTuesday.org shares How To Give Back During a Global Pandemic. Giving flowers as part of Giving Tuesday has been organized by the American Floral Endowment. Share this image or use one of AFE’s images! Learn more, give flowers on GivingTuesdayNow!