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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.

Color, Custom Looks to Rule at Events

Color, Custom Looks to Rule at Events

Prominent rental company leaders share event rental trends and provide plenty of insight into changing consumer preferences!  Bolder colors, individualized elements and demand for more ‘sustainability’-conscientious décor.  Expect an endless mix of table sizes, shapes and heights providing the opportunity for more variety in flowers!  See the article from Special events.

 

 

What Drives Consumers

What Drives Consumers

The Produce Marketing Association and the American Floral Endowment funded research to better understand what floral design elements drive consumer purchasing behavior.  No surprise, color is a big factor.  There is a reason we here at Flower Trends Forecast spend so much effort tracking color trends.  See the summary of the eye-tracking survey.

 

 

Jewel Tones, Not Just for Burgundies

Jewel Tones, Not Just for Burgundies

Jewel tones are alive and popular!  Vibrant and luxurious, jewel tone floral décor and bouquets deliver beauty and romance!  The arrangements combine burned red, pale pink, terracotta shades with pops of purple!  See the Style Me Pretty blog!

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Trending Wedding Colors 2020

Trending Wedding Colors 2020!

The colors and the flowers are exciting for 2020 weddings!  Junebug Weddings blog shared these exciting wedding color trends for 2020, and just as exciting is the flowers that will go with them!  The color and style trends will make creative flowers the star of wedding décor for 2020!  More unique flowers, and especially dried flowers, will be the focal of many weddings.  See the Junebug Weddings Trending Wedding Colors for 2020!

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A New Leaf Palette

A New Leaf Palette

Events Held Dear, lead by Leda Anderson in Columbus, Ohio created this on trend, inspiration shoot.  Right from Flower Trends Forecast A New Leaf palette, Roots Floral Design takes a neutral palette and brings the wow factor!  Immersed in nature with dried flower accents and foliages; the roses, ranunculus and carnations come to life!   See the Style Me Pretty post and the full gallery!

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Junebug Wedding Trends 2020

Junebug Wedding Trends 2020

Just like Flower Trends Forecast predicted; dried flowers will part of the wedding décor trends for 2020.  Junebug Weddings shares their 2020 Wedding Trends to Obsess Over and includes dried flowers, eco-friendly décor, all white weddings and more.  Be prepared for the 2020 brides with information from the Junebug Wedding Blog!

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Top Gardening Trends 2020

Top Gardening Trends 2020

“Softer, Leafier Floral Arrangements” is one of the trends reported by a plant trends study by the University of Florida Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences.  The study builds the case for the expectation that consumers want more eco-conscious plants in their homes, gardens and floral décor.  See the University of Florida blog post on these trends!.

 

Fresh Spin on Blush and Burgundy

Fresh Spin on Blush and Burgundy

Our posh + polished trend is a continuing evolution.  Style Me Pretty shares another fresh take on blush and burgundy is this pictorial.   Two colors that just continue to create chic and romantic looks.  Seemingly timeless, with the flexibility to adapt to any fashion or style.  See the post!

 

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 Four Key Colors from CMG

Four Key Colors from CMG

‘Mist’ exudes confidence; a pale blue hue with a whisper of toned grey.  The Color Marketing Group released four key colors for 2021; Mist, Uni-Coral, Renacer and Raison d’etre. Every other year, the Color Marketing Group’s multi-industry color design professionals collaborate globally to arrive at a forward-looking color palette that is supported by stories for the color chosen by each of the four global regions.  See the four key colors!