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.
Smooth and shiny velvets make comeback for 2020 bridesmaid dresses and make wonderful backdrops for a posh + polished bridesmaid bouquet! From golden yellows to burgundies to mauves, brides will be selecting from new colors in 2020. Wedding blogger, Alex Baca-Rodriguez from Belle The Magazine shares bridesmaid dress colors for 2020! See the article.
Let the outside in! The current dried flower trend is an eloquent and easy way for floral décor to connect us to the natural world we crave and live in. The New York Times explores the current trend with this article shared at Thursd.com.
Emerald Design shares a version of the blush + burgundy color palette for weddings! Many brides are drawn to this romantic and elegant palette. Whitney Muncy at Emerald Design talks creative ways to create wedding floral in this trending palette. See the article!
Fleuamour is a four-day flower festival in Belgium. The festival includes everything from fashion shows to hands-on workshops. A six-member US design team participated and was lead by Holly Heider Chapple. The team included Susie Kostick, AIFD, CF, PFCI, Katie Noonan AIFD, Helen Miller AIFD, Susan McLeary, and Francoise Weeks. Susie Kostick, shares her experience participating as a designer at this year’s event in this Oasis Idea Blog!
Ceremony circles put the bride and groom at the center of attention! Oasis Floral Products shared the Top 5 Wedding Blogs for 2019! From floral chandeliers to flower walls Sharon McGukin shares her favorite wedding blogs- see the post!
Vogue Australia shared insights into 2020 wedding trends from premiere wedding planners including British luxury florist, Nikke Tibbles, Wild at Heart. For 2020, Tibbles recommends dried flowers, pampas grass and potted greenery and says statement pieces like arches and hanging installations will be more important than ever. See the Vogue article!