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.
Koko Loko roses, peach and pink ranunculuses, zinnias, foxglove, lisianthus and peonies create a lush bouquet and décor for this beautiful outdoor wedding. Muted but colorful flowers made a statement and told couple’s romantic and happy story. The colors are right on trend our A New Leaf trend color palette and Organic Flora did a superb job with every floral decorating detail! See the Style Me Pretty pictorial!
Any greenhouse with space for a wedding is a hot commodity! This beautiful wedding is set in a North Carolina greenhouse and is right on trend with the A New Leaf style described in Flower Trends Forecast 2020. The colors, the setting, the bride are all beautiful! Ruffled started in 2008 and is now one of the biggest resources for engaged couples looking for inspiration for their wedding. See the Ruffled pictorial!
So when selecting vessels for your creations are you considering plant applications! Plants are an increasingly important part of the product offering and what you offer should be as on-trend and style oriented as your flower arrangements! Accent Décor just shared their top selling items from the recent winter markets and many of the vessels are ones that work well for plants! See the Accent Décor top selling items form January markets!
The plant craze is expressed all around us and their use as wedding décor has increased. Potted plants are adding a fresh look to wedding décor and brides love that their centerpieces get taken home to live on as a reminder of their special day! Brides.com recently shared ideas for incorporating plants into wedding décor and plants need to be on your radar for upcoming weddings! See the Brides post!
Here’s a wedding with a Vibrant Vibe theme that comes with a twist we hope trends! Traditionally rice has been used for guest to bless and send off the bride and groom. But in this colorful ceremony, Megan and Nathan were showered with petals! Guests created their own petal confetti from a beautiful table of lavender, roses and aromatic herbs! Seems like the prefect bon voyage to flower lovers, start a new tradition, see the full Style Me Pretty pictorial!
If you not selling more plants, explore! More designs are incorporating plants and consumers love it! Hitomi Gilliam explores incorporating cuttings and plants in this edition of Hitomi Gilliam’s Creative Edge in Florist Review! See the post and expand your plant offerings and use!
Steven and Kee-ju at Kokoro Garden, share their flower farming expertise in the form of books and blogs. In this week’s Kokoro Garden blog they share what they see as trends for upcoming wedding décor from local flower growers. From deconstructed design to eco-friendly décor see the Kokoro Garden blog!
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.
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.