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.
Shades of green are dominating color trend predictions for 2022! Flower.Style shared the many color-forward companies selecting a green to trend for emerging colors in 2022. Major paint companies, Sherwin-Williams, Behr and Benjamin Moore all selected varying shades of neutral greens to lead the way. A reflection of our need for regrowth and resiliency, greens are rich, uplifting and full of wellness.
The Color Marketing Group has released four colors predicted to trend in 2023. Strength, revival, change and simplification are all represented in what the CMG experts see as key colors in 2023.
From living in sync with mother earth to finding joy in everyday lives, the color forecast reflects societal change in a post pandemic era.
Seems we are all looking for ways to reshape our world following the pandemic! We are trying to adapt to the unpredictability and fickleness in our daily lives! The Flower Council of Holland has translated these tendencies into four styles that influencing horticulture trends for 2022. See the FCH Horticulture Trends 2022
The Flower Council of Holland UK has released a trend collection for spring/Summer 2022 and the look is about connection and celebration. The trend will be for lots of color in a relaxed styling reflecting people’s need for a worry-free feeling. See the post!
Color trends are dynamic, predicting and forecasting these trends now relies on new sources. Shutterstock just released the colors popping up in more image downloads than ever before. Set Sail Champagne, Fortuna Gold and Tidewater Green lead the way. See the Shutterstock 2021 color trends.
PMA, Produce Marketing Association, shared seven trending color palettes developed by Pantone! The trends cover the spectrum from the natural feel of ‘Bucolic’ to the punchy “Repunk’d’ with its retro palette of hot primary and secondary shades. See all seven Pantone color trend palettes
Full, fragrant and absolutely beautiful, garden roses always impress! Be it weddings or everyday designs, consumers love garden roses! Alexandra Farms fourth annual Garden Rose Design Contest produced more inspiration and more ways to love flowers again! See the winners in this Thursd. report on this year's design contest!
Designer and educator, Gregor Lersch shared his view of event flower trends (along with other information) with Alison Bradley on the most recent Danziger Live webinar. Gregor predicts the preferred event floral style to be romantic, with an opulent use of warm colored flowers. See the full webinar