Wedding Trends 2015 – Wild Wild Floristry

3 Posted by - 9th January 2015 - Blog, Decoration, Finishing Touches, Floristry

Bye bye bouquets and hello secret gardens. This year, couples are stepping away from 2014’s prim and proper posies and instead are electing for more of a ‘wild garden’ look. Decorating naturally using living décor such as mosses, stones and succulent plants or organic flowers instead of traditional arrangements is floristry evolution this year. Add fruit, particularly berries to give charming, little bursts of colour or include herbs such as rosemary, mint and lemon leaf to effervesce sweet and savoury scents – tasteful flowers. In more than one way.

Juliet Glaves of Thoughtful Flowers is our go-to florist of this panache. With seasonal English grounds and wild meadow flowers, Juliet’s designs reflect the natural abundance, beauty and diversity of her own cutting beds. Attracting beautiful butterflies and bees, there’s no scent too sweet or colour too bright in her ‘fields of gold’! Trending this year? – Sweet peas, blowy roses and tulips for spring/summer and ferns, foxgloves and acorns for autumn/winter.

Unique Floral Arrangements and Styles

Moving on from classical table vases, this year couples are heading high and low on arrangements. Hanging décor and floral floors are storming in swiftly. Use cascading foliage’s and suspended flowers with forbidden fruits to create a wild and extra-ordinarily spectacular look above your guests’ heads. Additionally to fabulous flowers, but keeping all eyes upwards, think suspended silks, origami installations, boisterous balloons and outrageous lights – big, bold, brave – it’s the one day you can after all.

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