Friday, September 26, 2014

Floral Wedding Trends for Every Season


When it comes to weddings, couples are eagerly searching for the perfect signature for their special day. Your wedding flowers can truly make a statement for your wedding day. Your flower choices complete the setting and create a stunning focal point for your guests to enjoy. Some 2014 trends that are here to stay? Garden fresh flowers that are a mix of everything ‘in season’ continue to dominate in 2015. Think local and lovely.

A newer trend in wedding flowers is Luxe.  That translates to luscious, full bouquets with rich textures and no filler or exposed stems. These may include flowers like hydrangea, orchids, peonies and garden roses.  These rich forms are also making their way into centerpieces. A few of these placed on key tables draw your eye across the room and can really make a statement. These key pieces may be amped up even more with new lighting options allowing designers to spotlight individual tables. Seasonal texture is another new trend for 2015. A Fall bouquet of seasonal flowers hand-tied with leather or for winter,  a bouquet hand-wrapped in wool in gray or cream. A spring bouquet of peonies wrapped with lace and studded with pearls is also very luxe.

Fewer brides are tossing those bouquets—choosing instead to end the evening with a generation or anniversary dance.  We love this new trend.  It ends the day’s events with a focus on the family and the many generations who have made the day possible.


To learn more from local wedding experts, join us at our 5th annual Anchorage Bridal Event.
Sunday, October 5 @ 1-3 pm 

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