The Ethereal Bliss design trend can be described as minimalistic with mythical and intuitive elements. The palette combines soft tints with rich base tones and warm textures. Pink, sage green and lavender play key roles to create a calm and comfortable feel. Garden flowers rich in petals in soft tinted colors and warm textures pull you in and nuzzle your soul. See more about emerging wedding flower trends at www.FlowerTrendsForecast.com.
Flower Trends Forecast 2019: Hear Me Roar
Rich in reds, offset with daring, fashion-forward teal and steady shades of gray and brown describes the palette for the Hear Me Roar style trend. The look is bold and commands attention with structured and sculptural flower designs. Uniquely shaped flowers like gingers and calla lilies in layered reds and oranges create bold impact and interest. See more about emerging wedding flower trends at www.FlowerTrendsForecast.com.
Flower Trends Forecast 2019: The Believer
Flowers in navy blue and a rich pink pop in The Believer style trend. Classic masculine and feminine hues combine into one color harmony that feels modern, yet disciplined and refined. Muted tan and a soft, blushing peach are among the key colors in this hopeful style trend. Flowers blue hydrangea, cornflowers, boronia, brain celosia, and any bright pink flowers such as lilies, tulips, roses, peonies, and proteas. See more about emerging wedding flower trends at www.FlowerTrendsForecast.com.
IFD Flower Trends Forecast 2018
The 2018 trends for cut flowers report from International Floral Distributors (IFD). Flower Trends Forecast 2018 details floral and design trends with information on emerging colors, flower types and design styles!
IFD Flower Trends Forecast 2018: Bridal Trends
Michael J. Skaff, AIFD, PFCI, AAF provided his expert insight into the upcoming year’s flower, color, and décor trends for weddings for IFD’s Flower Trends Forecast 2018!