If you’re getting married in 2020, you’ve probably already started planning every last detail of your bigit comes to your wedding flowers, we’ve got the inside scoop on the flower trends blossoming for 2020.
Wedding Flower Trends for 2020
With a new year on the horizon, we’re looking ahead to the wedding trends set to dominate the bridal scene over the next 12 months.
When it comes to your wedding flowers, we’ve called in the experts at Blooming Haus, one of the UK’s most innovative and fashion-forward floral design studios with strong roots in sustainability, to give us the low-down on the wedding flower trends predicted to blossom in 2020.
Back to Nature: The Rustic Flower Trend
In recent years, wedding bouquets particularly have been free flowing and full of greenery. As concerns for the environment grow, we have been witnessing a shift in requests for flowers that feel organic and are naturally styled when it comes to form and design – in bouquets, table centrepieces and statement pieces. Introducing wooden elements in the design will give the natural look the edge. If the rustic vibe isn’t for you, think marbled designs and stone.
Conscious Flower Trends: Promote Locally Grown Flowers
We have seen a huge increase in couples making conscious choices to use locally grown and sourced flowers – and lots of them. We predict this to grow throughout 2020 and are excited at the prospect as we are huge advocates and massively passionate about local and foraged flowers. Not only do they have an aesthetic edge – more original, more striking and more curious – but they are good for the environment and wedding suppliers will be looking at more and more ways to minimise their environmental impact.
Recycling, upcycling, or initiatives likes our 2019 programme of planting trees for every wedding and event we produce, will become more commonplace. As well as going local, we are also seeing more requests for multi-use arrangements for a more eco-friendly wedding. Large, urn arrangements at the altar will be transported to the venue and used to create a show-stopping reception look for example.