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.
Seed Your Future is a movement to promote horticulture and inspire people to pursue careers working with flowers and plants. What can you do to grow the next generation that has green thumbs? Learn more in this recent Greenhouse Product News article and visit Seed Your Future!
Flower Trends Forecast 2020 Designer Helen Miller shares some thoughts on the next generation of flower buyers and reveals the source of her early inspiration in this month’s LivRio. Find the article in the November issue of LivRio.
Jen Lagerdrost Cavender of Nectar + Bloom offers a spirited, fine art floral offering. Jen’s designs are a remarkable and inspiring experience using the medium of flowers. Her current Instagram posts, and much of her wedding and event portfolio, embrace the design attributes, that make the a new leaf trend style so appealing to consumers. See the Nectar + Bloom Instagram, Nectar + Bloom Weddings Portfolio
Luisa Rodrigues and the crew at TrendBook have released a new video sharing their insights into Interior Design Trends 2021- and it is good for flowers and plants! ‘Natural Elements’ is identified as a décor trend for 2021 and is based on bringing nature into our homes! Using natural materials, plants and flowers remind us of life outside of our home and create a mix with nature within our homes. See the TrendBook video!
Smooth and shiny velvets make comeback for 2020 bridesmaid dresses and make wonderful backdrops for a posh + polished bridesmaid bouquet! From golden yellows to burgundies to mauves, brides will be selecting from new colors in 2020. Wedding blogger, Alex Baca-Rodriguez from Belle The Magazine shares bridesmaid dress colors for 2020! See the article.
Fleuamour is a four-day flower festival in Belgium. The festival includes everything from fashion shows to hands-on workshops. A six-member US design team participated and was lead by Holly Heider Chapple. The team included Susie Kostick, AIFD, CF, PFCI, Katie Noonan AIFD, Helen Miller AIFD, Susan McLeary, and Francoise Weeks. Susie Kostick, shares her experience participating as a designer at this year’s event in this Oasis Idea Blog!
Ceremony circles put the bride and groom at the center of attention! Oasis Floral Products shared the Top 5 Wedding Blogs for 2019! From floral chandeliers to flower walls Sharon McGukin shares her favorite wedding blogs- see the post!