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.
Flowers are integral to many societies, but none more than in areas with long histories of producing flowers. The 2019 Medellin Flower Parade celebrated the Colombian region’s rich flower history at Feria de las Flores, each year since 1957. Learn more about Feria de las Flores and the beautiful images of decorated silletas (chair-like) used to carry flowers and other household item to market and back home. See the article and images!
Pink Book is a leading South African online wedding directory, here they share wedding trend insights from the top South African wedding planners. See the video!
Changing how you interact with customers can lead to new flower sales. Finding creative ways to engage customers is spurring more flower sales and to new consumers. Victoria Miess at Victoria’s Mobile Flower Shop in Pittsburgh is taking cut flowers to the streets! See the article, be inspired to connect to customers in new ways!
We don’t often think of using yellow and pink flowers together, but here in palette from Danziger’s summer inspiration theme called Summer Iberia we find Paintball Craspedia with Pink Queen Kalanchoe! See all the inspiration from this fun Summer Bouquet collection from Danziger!
Wedding décor trends continue to feature lots of flowing greenery creating venues with a natural and wholesome feel. Venues decorated with hanging floral décor make venues more intimate and romantic. We love this greenery filled wedding features at RockMyWedding UK, see the pictorial!
More and more natural elements are being used in floral décor. No bigger trend for flowers than more grasses and vines being used in wedding floral design. LancasterOnline in Pennsylvania shares this flower trend story!
“The soft sea foam and pale lemon color palette with accents of gold and copper, the delicate Berta wedding gown with the perfect touch of sparkle, the curved shape of the ceremony floral arch,” describes this “fresh, romantic and elegantly luxurious” wedding “ with a touch of Provençal charm.” See this StyleMePretty pictorial and the great florals from Florésie .