Wedding season is b(l)ooming at the moment, so we deemed it a good time to update you on a few floral wedding trends, especially wedding installations. Isn’t it just mesmerising how our wedding florists can create such a unique setting using gorgeous flowers and foliage?
Kiss under the floral arch
Have a look at this stunning wedding design by Forget Me Nots. It features a floral arch made of wood, covered in stunning white & green flowers and foliage. A true romantic country style. Looking for a more modern design? Then ask your wedding florist to use a metal frame instead. Reveal a bit of the metal frame here and there for a clean, modern look. If you take a close look, you might spot the moon gate design at the back of the photo as well!
Moon gate covered in florals
This on-going wedding trend is still managing to surprise us. Whether you opt for an all foliage moon gate, mix it up with some balloons or want it covered in beautiful flowers, your wedding florist will be able to create a floral masterpiece. You could use a moon gate, for example, as the backdrop for your ceremony or as the decor for your wedding pictures. This design was created by our wedding florist Emily&Me, which we find absolutely mesmerising!
Hanging statement piece
From hanging chandeliers to hoops and all-green garlands, the possibilities to create a hanging statement piece on your special day seem endless! The beautiful Roses featured in this floral chandelier are from our scented garden roses supplier, Parfum Flower Company. Have a look and see if you can spot some of the well-known and popular David Austin roses.
The candle add-on
We love the use of candles in floral wedding installations! It’s the perfect set up for a rustic and romantic wedding day. Feature them, for example, in your table centrepiece or place them at the end of a cascading fireplace design. Florismart Florist The Garden Studio chose to do the latter in one of her beautiful designs. To create the ultimate ‘outdoors in’ feeling, you could also ask your florist to create a wisteria canopy, like the one in the picture below.