Looking back on last years wedding bouquets the style of wedding bouquet is a lot looser than previous years with lots of different textures in flowers and foliage. In fact there has been a sharp move away from brides wanting no foliage to wanting lots of foliage.
The dominant trend for bouquets this year has definitely been a just-picked, slightly wild looking bouquet with lots of different shapes, textures and trails of foliage with the flowers.
Colour wise although blush is still there it is less prominent than last year and lilac shades seem to be taking its place or liliacs are being combined with blush to provide a more interesting colour palette. This year more than most we have seen Autumn brides opting for the beautiful strong colours of the season.
Towards the end of the year we have seen a peak in bride shower bouquets but more wild and undone in style and where bouquets are handtied they incorporate lot of foliage shapes and textures sticking out bits and trails we have also see natural grasses and feathers being used.
Wedding Flower trends for 2019 will be the more wild edgy look with bouquets using varying colours and textures that will come from a palette of colours rather than just one or two.
Bouquet shapes seems to be moving away from round and we are likely to see the move towards loose shower bouquets or the wide oblong shaped bouquets that they have had in the states for a while.
This more natural look is also reflected in what brides are choosing to decorate churches and wedding venues.
We are seeing large Milk Churns Arrangements a move from the more traditional triangular pedestal arrangement and mixed bunches on chairs and pews instead of more formal pew ends.
Where budget allows the 'Flower Arch' is high up on many a brides wedding goals and another trend from the states the 'Moon Gate' is also something that brides are asking for.
Again the move towards the natural is also mirrored in reception arrangements.
For top table brides are going for less formal options and the traditional long and low is often being replaced by full length garlands or arrangement of flower water falling down the length of the table again greenery is featuring heavily here.
For low table arrangements jars on log rounds are still popular. However we are also seeing other arrangements such as wreaths with candles in the centre, bird cages and hurricane vases with lots of flowers and foliage.
When brides are looking for taller centrepieces candelabras seem to be making a comeback but rather than having a stiff ring or tight ball of flowers the look is relaxed again with lots of foliage and vines cascading down reflecting the loose undone look that a lot of the bouquets seem to be taking.
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