What is Trending
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.
Style me Pretty reports that the silver lining of the pandemic as related to wedding trends is “there isn’t a formula that couples have to show allegiance to anymore”. That’s right, free to do your wedding your way. Gone are the social norms and peer pressure to follow the norms. Although there does seem to be just one dominant color theme for wedding flowers – maybe we are about to see that change? See the Style Me Pretty trend article.
The mega trend of ‘naturalness’ is putting flower front and center across the world. The importance and significance of flowers has never been greater. Marginpar shares Klaus Wagener’s flower trends for 2021 in thematically prepared theme boards for us to absorb and then use for inspiration for the upcoming year! See Klaus Wagner's Trends for 2021!
Garden roses are enthusing, even their scent captures are hearts. Inspiration marketing from David Austin Roses is both beautiful and rousing, sparking our own emotions and creativeness. See the Inspired by Beauty brochure and don’t miss Davis Austin’s The Enchantment of Christmas.
Pantones has announced their Color of the Year 2021 and it is colors; plural! PANTONE 17-5104 Ultimate Gray + PANTONE 13-0647 Illuminating! “A marriage of color conveying a message of strength and hopefulness that is both enduring and uplifting.” We can all use a cheerful yellow! See the Pantone Selections!
Planning your product offering means seeing your business through the eyes of your customers. Here’s a video from Floriology where Sharon McGukin, AIFD not only walks you through Christmas holiday trends but also provides a good roadmap for categorizing trends and allowing you to plan, buy and sell for a holiday. See the holiday trends and start planning your next holiday product offering! See the video
"Colors to be trendy next year, namely pink, red, orange+brown, yellow, yellow green, blue greens, blue's, purple's, and neutrals", shared Pantone's Laurie Pressman. Trending palettes make us feel good, energize us and inspire us. Read the Floral Daily article summarizing Pressman presentation at the PMA Fresh Summit. Read the Floral Daily article summarizing Pressman presentation at the PMA Fresh Summit.
Although we are still seeing plenty of brides move toward earthy and antique floral styling and color palettes there is plenty of room for more posh, rich plum tones. Albeit more subdued than in the past the deep purple, burgundies and plums lend themselves to a elegant, romantic and timeless appeal. In this inspirational shoot from Honour and Blessing with florals by Italy’s Rattiflora, Style Me Pretty shares that elegance and timeless are always beautiful. See the Pictorial.
Beiges and yellows with the dusty smoke tones are describes by Holly Chapple as she describes the hottest color trend for flowers for 2021. Evidences by thousands of Pinterest and wedding images in the last two months, this color palette has exploded. See the story and be inspired by this Thurd.com story by Holly Chappel.
Seems the color palette of soft peach, blush, muted green, with gold accents continues as the trending wedding colors. And why not, it is romantic and simply gorgeous! Real-life couple Shanda and Jonathon were excited to celebrate their anniversary with a short vow renewal while supporting local wedding vendors in bringing this inspiration to life. See this inspiring Style Me Pretty Pictorial from Sweetly Southern Events.