In a break from the dress extravaganza that’s been going on this week, I’ve been in touch with the lovely ladies at Worood who specialise and deliver all things flowers, to get their view on wedding flower trends for the coming year. There is a mix of classic and contemporary ideas with some rather beautiful flowers that I definitely cannot pronounce nevermind spell.
It’s a shortlist designed to get your inspiration cogs churning.
Deep and Bold
Given my love for all things bright this is one of my favourite trends, especially single coloured bouquets because the impact is even greater. Mismatched brights give warmth and achieve a whimsical look which looks divine, especially in a rustic background.
Anemone white, peony white, peony maroon flowers
liatris purple, ranunculus fuschia, ranunculus orange, hyacinth purple, French roses yellow, gypsophila purple
Soft and Romantic
There will always be love for the romantic colours of white, blush and soft greens because together it’s just so darn beautiful. Using a single flower for your bouquet is beautifully elegant and achingly romantic, making it more popular than ever.
rose light pink, hydrangea light pink
Boris Becker white, peony white, freesia white
Mixed and Wild
Wild flowers have been on the scene for a while now in the world of weddings but these designs showcase them in new ways. Using wild flowers is a great way to give a country or vintage feel to your day. The ‘hand-picked’ look continues to trend and with celebrities like Kate Moss choosing relaxed country flowers then count on this style sticking around for a while.
vivernum green,aster white,rose yellow/peach,peony white
anemone yellow, purple & white, delphinium blue
chrysanthemum white, eucalyptus leaves