Wedding flowers play an important role in the overall look and feel of a wedding, and choosing the right blooms can be a daunting task. With so many options available, it can be helpful to know what the most popular trends are for the upcoming year. You never know, these popular trends just might spark an idea in your own mind for what you want to do. As 2023 approaches, these are the three wedding flower trends that are sure to be popular that you might want to bring up with your wedding florist to see what their opinions are.
Simple Pastel Colors
Muted colors are once again back on the rise, with many people appreciating that these flowers do not scream out for attention but rather make up beautiful background pieces. Many flowers are specifically bred to be very pastel, especially if they are pink, baby blue, or pale yellow in color. These colors provide a romantic, ethereal feel and can be used in a variety of floral arrangements, including bouquets, centerpieces, and ceremony decor. If you think pastel colors would match the design of your wedding aesthetic, this might be the way forward for you and your partner.
More Exotic Flowers
Exotic, tropical flowers like hibiscus, orchids, and birds of paradise are also expected to be popular in 2023. These bold, colorful flowers add a touch of drama to any wedding and can be used to create truly unique and memorable arrangements. If you want to stand out from the crowd or are hosting a wedding on a beach or in a warmer location, then these flowers are a perfect change of pace for your wedding. They can be a little bit more difficult to integrate into more formal or traditional weddings, but anything is possible if you put your mind to it.
While they might not sound very appealing, you are probably quite familiar with dry flowers and just do not realize it. These are flowers that have a more rustic aesthetic and have a dry touch when you feel them, but that doesn't mean they are unhealthy or dead. Wedding flowers that are being used on locations like farms, older buildings, and in nature often incorporate dry flowers, and you should definitely at least look at them before you make up your mind one way or the other. From strawflowers to statice, there are so many great dry flower options that it is no wonder this trend is continuing full steam ahead.Share
27 December 2022
Over the years, I have been the maid-of-honor in nearly 20 weddings and planned a wedding of my own. All of the weddings that I have been in have allowed me to learn a lot about what works well and what complicates matters and sets a wedding up for disaster. Here on my blog you will find tips to make your wedding planning easier and advice for planning the wedding of your dreams. You will learn how to prepare for disasters and how to handle yourself when one arises. Hopefully by the time you reach the conclusion, you will have new ideas sparked and be ready to take on this big challenge.