Puja Tiwari takes a look at this year’s favourite florals and some creative alternatives.
Flowers have the ability to transform the décor and give your wedding the wow factor. Last year saw meadow flowers, rustic colours and draping foliage as key trends for the bridal bouquet. Read on to learn about floral favourites taking hold in 2017.
Natural colours such as white and green are big this season. White daisies and dahlias with leaves in different shades of green make an elegant style statement which can easily be echoed in your table arrangements. These colours are timeless and classy.
Teardrop-shaped bouquets are gaining popularity for their unconventional silhouette. These arrangements are created with large and beautiful country garden flowers including gorgeous hydrangeas, lily of the valley and pale hued gardenias. This sophisticated option was a staple in the 1980s but is being embraced again
Pantone announced greenery as its 2017 colour of the year, which is an energising and rejuvenating shade; now, lush foliage and swathes of green leaves are playing a key role in wedding decoration. Looking to create maximum impact at your ceremony or wedding reception? Then, ask your florist to create a stunning statement entrance.
To make your floral décor really pop, add some hot pink and pastel blooms to your bouquet and centrepieces. Pink is all the rage on the catwalk and is easily translated into bridal brilliance.