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Wedding Flower Trends 2020

by Lucy Hope

The wedding flowers play nearly as big a part in the day as the bride and groom!

Making sure they fit in with the colour scheme and can be used as a stunning backdrop for your wedding photography are a must.

Find out all about this year’s flower trends below…


Carnations

Carnations are a lot cheaper than roses or peonies meaning they are a brilliant choice for a bride on a tighter budget.

They will still look just as pretty and elegant as any other flower!

There’s sure to be a carnation to match any wedding colour scheme.

How pretty are the bouquets below? Perfect for a bride who likes bright colours.

Get the Pastel Carnations HERE*

Get the Unicorn Carnations HERE*


Ethical Floristry

Looking after the planet is becoming a growing concern for couples getting married this year.

Seasonal and locally-grown flowers are sought after as is the use of less single-use plastic and floral foam wherever possible.

If this is what you’re going for, then make sure to reach out to local eco-friendly wedding suppliers and get their recommendations.

The lack of floral foam means that the arrangements will look less polished and will sit more naturally.

Credit: Shida Preserved Flowers

Get the Rose And Eucalyptus Sustainable Bouquet HERE*

Get the Eucalyptus Sustainable Letterbox Bouquet HERE*


Dried Flowers

Modern and stylish, the retro dried flowers are fast becoming a popular and more eco-friendly floral alternative.

Incorporating pampas grass and Stipa grass into the big day will create jaw-dropping backdrops for pictures.

We love the modern touch that pampas grass adds to a bouquet!

Credit: innocentchaoscouk

Get the Pampas Grass Hoop HERE*

Get the Dried Flower Bouquet HERE*


Pale Colour Palettes

This year we are seeing more brides opting for paler colour palettes for the wedding floristry.

Coffee, dusty pink browns and caramels are all the rage for toned-down bouquets.

If you prefer something a little more “out-there”, then pale shades will sit beautifully amongst brighter accent colours.

Credit: innocentchaoscouk

Get the Nude Bouquet HERE*

Get the Natural Pink Bouquet HERE*


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