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The Top 4 Wedding Floral Trends of 2019

Randi Fracassi

Guest Contribution by The Plant Gallery — thank y’all for joining us on the blog!.

Many brides are realizing that flowers are very important and are a lot more than just their bouquet. Flowers are what makes a wedding extra special and elevate the space to create a special atmosphere. They are also a great way to tie together the colors, décor, and design of your wedding together. 

Whether you are in the planning stages or just browsing to get ideas for some major floral inspiration, we have compiled a quick list of some of the top 4 floral trends we are seeing this year.

1.     White Floral Arrangements:

White arrangements are a return to a classic wedding look and lend well to a natural looking bouquet. White looks great with the basic greenery in any arrangement and is so easy to match with many different textures. Brides are going white with their flowers because it goes great with every color palette and matches most venues. What’s not to love?

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2.     Local, In Season Flowers:

By using in season flowers and more specifically, local flowers, you can cut down on costs and unnecessary waste. Another plus is that your flowers will look in season and be perfectly suited to your wedding day.

While a lot of popular flowers are available year round, many flowers are available only seasonally locally. Using flowers at a local out of season time means having to source them from far away, different climates such as Canada or Central America. Ask your floral designer what will be in season for your big day.

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3.     Dried Grasses:

In a new trend to lean towards more natural looking florals, dried grasses have really become popular at weddings this year. Different than basic greenery, dried grasses lend an amazing textured look to the scenery. They can also look super dramatic when put into an arrangement or look simple when on their own. Another similar looking effect that many brides are going towards is using dried lavender in their décor.

4.     Garland:

Garland is no long just for Christmas. It can make a big statement and is especially popular for weddings with a church ceremony. A flower garland is especially impressive and beautiful, however, we also love what a recent bride chose and that is a simple garland made completely out of eucalyptus and paired with fairy lights.

These are some of the most recent trends that are here to stay since they are so impressive. You can’t go wrong - Choose a floral design that inspires you and makes your day feel special and luxurious.

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