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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.
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
Post-pandemic couples are doing their wedding their way! If there’s a single trend it is uniqueness! From venues, to the ceremony, to the flowers; doing something completely original is undoubtedly in! Earthy tones lead the way with warm hues, dried flowers, greenery and popping yellows. From jewel tones to dark and moody palettes, 2022 wedding will bring a mix, as uniqueness makes the day. See the Wedgewood Wedding Latest Wedding Color Trends, the Thursd. Trendy Ideas for Flowers for 2021-22 and the Bride and Bow 2022 Wedding Trends
When it comes to creating spaces with positive feelings, nothing has as much impact as flowers. Flowers make events impactful and leave a lasting positive memory. Top restaurants in Dubai are using the power of flowers to create venues with more than great menus. From flower walls, to arches to over the top floral décor, these restaurants are creating experiences guests will never forget. In this What's On article, Lauren Fletcher explores the most Instagramable floral restaurants in Dubai!
Brides are destined to express themselves more in 2022. The pandemic has created urgency and need for us all to be more expressive. Florists’ Review shares wedding flower trends in this article by Dale Alexander Events. See the article.
With many couples choosing outdoor weddings, themes have been dominated by garden style settings. These venues create endless opportunities for flowers to create the quintessential, romantic weddings. Here David Austin Roses creates an English garden wedding featuring the blush pink roses of Constance and Keira. See the David Austin Roses Pictorial
This fun bohemian wedding checked all the boxes; eucalyptus, pampas grass, antique flower shades and plants! Junebug Weddings shared this colorful pictorial that will inspire many brides-to-be. With plants still trending high on consumers’ must-have lists be prepared to incorporate plants into wedding décor all year! For some plant ideas see this Hi Miss Puff article 60 Unique Ways to Use Potted Plants in Your Wedding.
When a floral designer gets married, it sure can be show-stopping. Sarah Wahhab from Mulberry and Moss had just that wedding using a classic color combination of blush pink, white and beige! The California wedding was spectacular and the flowers outstanding! But the bride was still the star of the show! See Sarah's wedding in this Style Me Pretty pictorial!
Consumers have never benefited more from the emotional well-being connected to having flowers in their lives than right now! Now is the time to deepen customers’ emotional relationship with flowers. Flowers have the power to bring happiness and security into people’s lives, we just need to remind them of all the emotional benefits of having flowers in their lives. Flower.style shares 10 Ways to Create Emotional Benefits With Flowers