Wedding flower trends will come and go, but at Studley Flower Gardens, we believe in 3 rules that time will never change:
1. Your wedding flowers should be a reflection of your personal style.
2. Your wedding flowers serve to enhance the atmosphere you have dreamed of on your special day.
3. As your wedding florist, we recognize and respect that we have one chance to get these things right and leave a positive, lasting impression with you on one of the most important days of your life.
So while we stay on top of the in the latest styles in wedding flower trends, our focus is always on YOU and YOUR style.
Wedding Flower Inspiration for Your 2017 Wedding
Each year, the fashion and design world looks to Pantone, the name known as the authority on color, for predictions that will influence everything from apparel to ad campaigns. The Pantone Spring Fashion Color Report for 2017 names the top 10 spring colors as a mix of vitality, relaxation and the great outdoors.
This mix will be evident as you begin to research wedding fashion, décor and flower trends for this year. You will find muted or pastel hues with pops of color such as berry or fuchsia for contrast as a popular theme, as is “bringing in the outdoors” where large potted plants and over-sized foliage set the stage for a nature inspired setting.
We are so pleased to see some old fashioned favorites, not commonly used in wedding flowers in recent years, are making a comeback! Traditional garden favorites like dahlias, peonies, ranunculus, are paired with romantic blooms of roses, orchids and hydrangea to create romantic and abundant bouquets or arrangements with a French flair!