We love the anti-austerity aspect of this trending aesthetic, favoring comfort and freedom above uptight strictness of the past.
“It’s like you’re at home, maybe the home of your ancestors, grazing off a huge table,” says Rebecca, who suggests building out this look starting with our Elegant White Palette.
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When minimalism strikes, it trends toward fewer stem types, monobloom bouquets, and restrained color palettes. Couples are opting for simple and elegant floral arrangements that emphasize the beauty of individual blooms rather than elaborate and over-the-top displays.
“We might see baby’s breath on its own in a series of vases, whereas before it’d be one component in a mix,” says Rebecca.
In addition to their aesthetic appeal, minimalist floral arrangements also offer practical benefits for couples planning their weddings. They are often more affordable than elaborate floral displays and are easier to transport and set up on the day of the wedding.
“Minimalism is all about the process of reduction and getting rid of all of the extras. There have been many eras of minimalism going back to the 60s. ” says Rebecca, “Less is more.”
The beauty and purity of white flowers have captivated so many hearts over the years. White roses had a glow up last year, Poppy used 17,000+ of these stems throughout our floral arrangements in 2022.
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