Wedding flower trends 2022
Let’s talk flowers
It’s safe to say that weddings are most defiantly back and that we could all benefit from looking at beautiful colorful things right now. Even though weddings these days are happening in many different shapes and forms; flowers are and always will be a major part of your big day. Flowers are the perfect way to breathe life, colour and energy into your wedding day from button holes to bridal bouquets and breath taking backdrops to flower crowns. What does 2022 have in store on the flower front?
Cascading Bridal Bouquets
When it comes to bouquets, not much has changed in terms of shape and style however cascading wedding bouquets are huge for this season, an arrangement of beautiful whimsical flowers that literally cascades from the brides hands, creating a natural trailing effect. Wildly popular back in the 1980’s (we’re looking at you Princess Diana) the traditionally dramatic design has returned and we love it.
English Garden style
Think a quintessentially British garden or countryside and what comes to mind? Ivory roses, freesias, natural green foliage (a G&T). Brides this year are keeping it British, we have noticed more of our brides having their nuptials at home this year with marquees in their family garden. To make the wedding flowers all that more special they pick and source from their gardens make their own floral arrangements for their special day. Maybe your gown is adorned with florals itself weather it be in the lace, appliques or in a headpiece.
Dried grasses and faux florals
If you are one to break away from the tradition of fresh flowers then you are not alone. More and more brides are leaning towards using faux blooms for their big day. This gives you an added benefit of keeping a memento from the day forever as well as being a sustainable option; you can re-use again and again. A mixture of silk and dried florals like pampas grass, brings texture and dimension to any floral arrangement.
We’ve long loved letting greenery have its moment when it comes to wedding flowers. Hugely popular for winding around staircases, hanging from beams in barns or chandeliers in stately homes, the natural likes of Ivy vines and asparagus fern adds a romantic touch no matter where used.
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Emilie & Emily x