Wedding Flower Trends for 2015

If you’re planning your 2015 wedding, then you need to know about this year’s fantastic wedding flower trends. From bouquets to hair accessories to wedding decoration, we reveals which floral details for your weddings that will be rocking in 2015.

Romantic luxury

This year’s brides are choosing full-on luxury for their wedding flowers. This look is all about high flower content. Avoid foliage and exposed stems – instead, choose romantic blooms like hydrangea, hyacinths and orchids in creamy pastel colours. This is one for brides with a big flower budget, otherwise you risk breaking the bank.

Wild flower

The wild look flower has been popular with brides throughout 2014, and this gorgeous trend doesn’t look like it’s going anywhere for the this year! Next summer, brides will choose softly-coloured blooms that reflect the gentle tones of the English garden. Instead of having a massed rose bouquet or other bouquet of one single flower, choose mixed flowers that look like they could come from the garden.  We love the look of sweet peas, garden roses and tulips.

If you’re having an autumn wedding, then why not choose flowers inspired by the woodland. Try ferns, foxgloves and blowsy roses. The look you’re going for is unstructured and wild. You could even use acorns, oak leaves and moss in your centerpieces to really reflect the season.

Classic and clean

For every bride who loves the wildflower look, there’s another who wants a much cleaner, classic bouquet. White and ivory look set to remain popular throughout 2015, as do traditional blooms like roses and calla lilies.

The timeless combination of white and green is still preferred by many brides, who want a simple, elegant feel to their wedding decoration. Another way they can achieve this is by grouping a single flower variety, for example ‘Sweet Avalanche’ roses. Using a large number of stems of a single flower variety is an easy way to create impact while keeping the simplicity.

Pretty pastels

Pastel colours are always popular when the weather starts to get warmer, and this extends to wedding flowers too. A soft and creamy colour palette will stay with us through spring and summer 2015, enhanced by large open flowers which have that quintessential country garden feel.

Pastels, soft whites and creams are definitely the dominant colours of the season. We particularly love the look of peonies in ice cream shades like peach, lemon and pink.

Hanging blooms

If your venue has lovely grounds, choose a statement tree and have bottles hanging from branches filled with pretty blooms. These can make a wonderful backdrop for photos. You could also use the whole tree as an alternative wedding guest book, asking guests to write their messages on luggage tags and to tie them to the hanging bottles.

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