Monday, January 27, 2014

Wedding Floral Trends

Wedding season is just around the corner. For wedding vendors like Peachtree Petals, Atlanta's premium wedding florist, this is one of the busiest times of the year. While we may be a bit biased, we believe with the exception of the blushing bride, wedding flowers are the most important elements on your wedding day. Floral arrangements possess the power to transform an ordinary courthouse, chapel, or reception hall into a venue fit for a bridal princess. With gorgeous new floral trends for 2014, we’re anticipating this being our busiest wedding season yet. Here are some of the forecasted wedding flower trends we’re most excited to see in the upcoming wedding season.

Vintage Romance: The 2014 wedding season will see an emphasis on vintage flair. Many brides will be channeling elegance from days gone by. So what does this mean for trends in flowers and décor? Many brides will be integrating a vintage feel into their flowers with hand-tied bouquets, trailing greenery, and pastel colors. Brides should look to old family photos to find inspiration for their vintage bouquets. We expect to see many brides using replicas of relatives' bouquets to fulfill their "something old."

Monochromatic: A new trend that hasn't been around in recent years is a monochromatic color scheme throughout bouquets and floral décor. Selecting one color in a particular hue and carrying this color throughout all bouquets, centerpieces, hair pieces, and more creates drama in contrast to the soft romanticism of a vintage theme. Select a color to give the greatest contrast between the colors of your wedding party attire and other décor for a bold statement.

English Gardens: Rustic barn weddings were hugely popular in 2013. The rustic charm of country living juxtaposed with elegance of modern wedding schemes created an adorable theme for many 2013 brides. While the rustic theme is on its way out, countryside chic is still popular. The 2014 twist on this scheme is inspired by the English Gardens. Flower arrangements in 2014 will see the return of willow and rushes set alongside delicate stemmed wild flowers and herbs. Raffia and straw round out these arrangements to complete this return to the English countryside. Brides will particularly appreciate this trend in wedding flowers as it will save them money compared to large, ostentatious arrangements made popular in previous wedding seasons.

Whether you follow the trends for your big day or blaze your own trail, the dedicated staff at Peachtree Petals is confident they can provide you with the arrangements of your dreams on your special day. The staff at Peachtree Petals has experience in wedding bouquets and arrangements for reception décor. The staff will even deliver and set up your unique arrangements at Atlanta area venues. You can easily browse their extensive online wedding portfolio at . While you're there, schedule your complimentary consultation where you can sit down with a floral designer to develop a plan for your wedding day needs. Choose Peacthree Petals as your wedding florist to help design, create, and setup your floral arrangements on your wedding day, and you'll see why Peachtree Petals is consistently named Atlanta’s top bridal florist.

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