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.
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 .
What started as a sustainability movement has grown to influence design styles for all aspects of home décor. SO much so, it really is a lifestyle. TrendBook shares this inspiring video; Biophilia to use as a guide to incorporating this trend into our floral designs. See the video!
The Royal Rose Exhibition in Warsaw featured the luxurious Avalanche+ roses from Dummen Orange! In majestic Kubicki Arcades of the Royal Castle in Warsaw visitors were swept away by thousands of cut roses showcasing over 130 different rose varieties. The exhibit kicked off the reopening of the reconstructed Royal Gardens! See Avalanche+ featured in this inspiring royal setting!
In this age of experiential retail, flowers need to engage the consumer in new ways. Phebe Robinson-Higgins of Popped with Phebe shares tricks for the pop-up entrepreneur! Oasis Floral Products IDEA Weekly explores this great inside look at pop-up flower shops with Phebe! See the article!
The Color Marketing Group just released Halo as a ‘Color Alert’ for 2019! Beautifully balanced between blue and green Halo provides a sense of weightlessness. Coordinates well with corals, oranges, yellows and mid-range to dark blues. We expect this shade to touch a lot of upcoming wedding palettes! See more Halo from the Color Marketing Group!