It’s the season of love! With Valentine’s Day in the rearview mirror, busy brides are preparing their spring and summer weddings. Searching for the perfect dress, caterer, and venue is near the top of every bride’s list. Flowers are high on that list as well, as they help set the mood for your wedding.
Fresh blooms and bouquets have been a staple at weddings for centuries, and modern-day brides have more options than ever before. Here are a few wedding trends for spring and summer weddings this year.
One of the most popular trends this year continues to be the rustic, farm-style theme. Weathered old barns converted to accommodate events with hundreds of guests are definitely in, along with twinkle lights, barbeque, and furry family members becoming a part of the special day.
To accent a rustic wedding, incorporate dried blooms, herbs, and grasses into your bouquets, arrangements, and floral decor. Some popular options for incorporating into bouquets include thistle, scabiosa, and Queen Anne’s Lace.
Another on-trend theme this year is one that never really goes out of style. Simple weddings with clean, minimalist style are a stunning and ageless trend.
Accomplishing this can be more of a challenge than it seems, however, so don’t underestimate planning for a classic wedding like this. A great way to make flowers a focal point while keeping things simple is to pair romantic white blooms and lush greenery in a freeform bouquet. This approach accentuates the organic beauty of the blooms without being too full.
Pops of color
Subtle pops of color are another hot trend for 2020 (and beyond). Try pairing deep jewel tone blooms like roses and ranunculus along with berry and eucalyptus accents, or small garden roses with olive leaves and burgundy scabiosa. Free-form bouquets with clean whites and bright or deep pops of color look elegant and classic in every floral arrangement.
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