With weddings trending smaller and more casual, detailed and personal florals have become a decor staple. Intentionality is more important than ever, with flowers symbolizing something meaningful to the couple, rather than merely providing an Insta-worthy moment (but don’t worry, they can do that too)!
Blooming Ceremony Decor
Some couples are selecting an extensive aisle meadow, framing the path to the altar. More and more frequently, the altar itself is made of flowers, with a trend towards illusion arches. You don't need an extensive aisle or large venue to make this happen — an in-home floral wall is absolutely feasible!
Bouquets have gravitated towards extremes. Some brides are choosing vibrant, playful flowers to create a specific color story. Others opt for monochrome gradients, combining several varieties of flowers in one color for a unique look.
Bringing the Outdoors In
Many 2020 couples opted for outdoor weddings for safety reasons, creating beautiful moments among natural settings. Now that weddings are moving back indoors, though, couples are looking for ways to bring the outdoors in, creating floral or greenery installations with striking impact.
Pinterest has noted a 55% increase in searches for “desert elopement.” Pair your boho dress with a dry bouquet or earth tone florals for striking photos.
Single Tier and Mini Cakes
Many couples are opting for several single-tier cakes instead of one large confection. Cake flowers are a beautiful way to ensure that your small cake makes a big impact.
Unique moments are the most memorable. Make sure your pup looks just as smart as you with custom floral dog collars and you’ll give your guests something to remember.