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.
“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!.
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!
‘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!
Muted colors will be favored by many brides in 2020! This caramel and lilac palette combines some of our favorite colors for 2020! Rio Roses shares six palettes they expect to see in 2020 weddings in this fun pictorial! See the post!
All of the weddings in the Junebug Wedding Favorite Weddings for 2019 have flowers, but what they have more of, is personality. You can feel the heart and soul of these brides and groom is their selections of flowers, venues and dress. Making sure your floral creations accentuate the couple’s vibe and aspirations is paramount! See Junebug Weddings Favorites for 2019!
La Floreria created the stunning florals for this modern romantic wedding. Pampas grass and cotton ground the décor in nature and pops of pink and burgundy flowers provide depth and beauty. The bride carried a long-stemmed bouquet, creating a boho swag with dried floral and roses! See the Junebug pictorial!
Consumers are being drawn to flowers with natural appeal and especially ones that are intricately petaled. Eye appeal, form, uniqueness and color matter! Helen and Derek share the flowers they see emerging as consumer’s top picks in 2020!
Meghan Ely at OFD Consulting explores the Pantone Color of the Year 2020 and how to use this information to boost sales! The article explains ways to embrace the Pantone Color of the Year and how to make Classic Blue your own (even when many clients have made their color palette decisions and the Pantone selection never really affects them). See the article in this Special Events Décor feature!
Dalia Girdvainiene at Floral Symphony created these inspiring wedding designs. Picturesque and elevated, in muted pink and lavender hues, and right from the black tie + barefoot palette! Roses, clematis, and tender vines combined in romantic, feminine stylings! Style Me Pretty shares this pictorial and it seems every inch is adorned in floral, from the arbor to the cascading bouquet, to the harp!