When thinking about floral trends for fall of 2015 there are a few things that instantly come to mind. Think lush, full, textured garlands lining long wooden farm tables lit by the soft glow of candlelight. Or wild, colorful centerpieces paired with small bud vases of gorgeous dainty blooms. Picture soft neutrals with pops of bold color like burnt orange or gold and of course greens, greens, greens. Understated yet elegant, mixed foliage adds that ethereal touch you might be looking for.
When it comes to weddings and events one of our new favorite trends are floral chandeliers or hanging floral centerpieces. Give some more space to your table by hanging the centerpiece above your guests; use full textured floral like hydrangea, garden roses and lots of greenery to create a full, lush feel. Usually done in a round or elongated rectangle shape, a hanging centerpiece can add a perfect touch of whimsy to your day!
Arches and arbors have also stolen the hearts of many brides-to-be. Looking for ways to spruce up the ceremony space, florists have turned to decorating the very spot in which the couple says “I do”. Starting with a base, such as a stationary archway, floral and greens are added to the corners or sometimes the entire archway. Use fun blooms such as hydrangea, dahlia, peony, spray roses and greens to create full texture!
In the world of bouquets, boutonnieres and other personals there are many ways to modernize the sometimes tired traditional looks. Adding long, loose flowing ribbons in an accenting color to your bouquet can give it a relaxed and breezy look. Using mixed greens and wild stems such as scabiosa, ranunculus and astilbe is a fun way to add some life and movement to your bouquet. To tie it all together try using a bit of the bouquet ribbon to loosely knot around boutonnieres!
Just like in fashion – floral trends are always changing! At Posh Petals we are always in the know, monitoring floral trends and always ready to create the trendsetting look for your special day.
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