In a blog post on wedding bouquet ideas last week, I also included a short, one-question survey on wedding flower trends for 2014.
Here are some responses from our readers and Facebook page community:
Mikeala from Mikeala fleur Patterson Floral Design
Tesselaar Flowers: What wedding flower trends have you been seeing in 2014 so far? What colour palletes, flowers and styles, etc?
Mikeala: Pretty, vintage inspired, textured designs unique to the client incorporating materials and items that represent their love story. Mint, baby blue, and apricot colour palettes popular complimenting gowns, theme and spectacular locations.
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Colleen Wagenaar from Floralicious Designs
Here in WA we are loving the huge variety of ideas brides come with and then helping them create their own individual story through a variety of flowers, textures and foliage choices. Brides are also bringing in personal items such as lockets with photos and their mother’s wedding dress to be used to wrap their wedding bouquet with.
There are plenty of soft gentle colours coming through such as apricots, creams, pinks, greys, etc. Although there is a gentle trend change and it appears to be coming in with a lovely swing towards rambling garden foliage designs and strong colours and flowing ribbons……delightful!
Here’s a couple by us just from this year.
Wendy Drury, Pick of the Bunch, Birkdale
I think the trends this year ultimately rest with the bride, however there is still a preference for less structured, casual bouquets. The vintage/country influence still seems strong.
There also seems to be more in white and green.
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