Wedding Flowers Trends 2014 – Top Ten Mashup

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“Wedding flowers trends 2014 – a top ten mash up” by Tesselaars resident “flower dork” (and wedding florist) Rose Becker.

Here at Tesselaars, we’re all about the wedding flowers, and as we run headlong into an the arctic blast that we in Melbourne like to call ‘winter’, I’ve decided to cast my thoughts on the future….to warmer times…to Wedding Season!  

I’ve been scouring the interwebs discovering what’s  trending in Australia and around the globe to bring you my Wedding Flowers Trend Top Ten Mashup for 2014.

 

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Naked Cakes with flower toppers

How pretty are these!  And you don’t have to eat a mouthful of fondant to get to the sweet, sweet cake!  

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Naked Wedding Cake from Bows and Arrows.

Gorg naked cake from A  Divine Moment Events

Gorg naked cake from A Divine Moment Events

 

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Feathers

Not just any feathers, but pheasant feathers.  Think Boho, beachy bridal bouquet with the ability to tickle.  Nevermind me, just look at the pretty pictures.

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Feathery Bouquet by Paula Ohara Flowers

Feathery Wedding Bouquet by Paula Ohara Flowers

Image courtesy of Style Me Pretty

Image courtesy of Style Me Pretty

 

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Ferns and Foliage 

I must admit, I’m loving this trend sick.  Hanging foliage, foliage bouquets – LOVE.

Ferny green bouquet courtesy of Ruffles and Tweed.

Ferny green bouquet courtesy of Ruffles and Tweed.

wedding flowers trends 2014 by Studio306 Flowers

So stunning – Studio306 Flowers

 

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Floral Runners

 Whether you chose foam or wiring, there’s no denying this wedding flowers trend is super pretty….

This one covers the green trend too!  Photo courtesy of Ruffled Blog.

This one covers the green trend too! Photo courtesy of Ruffled Blog.

An abundant floral runner courtesy of The Knot.

An abundant floral runner courtesy of The Knot.

 

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Lush Garden Wedding Bouquets with Ribbons….LOTS OF RIBBONS.

Get ready to raid your local haberdashery…brides are asking for lots of long, flowing textural ribbon that compliment the lushness of their bouquet.

Long flowing ribbons on this bouquet from Mindy Rice.

Long flowing ribbons on this bouquet from Mindy Rice.

Black and white grosgrain ribbon setting off this bright and poppy bouquet found on The Wedding Chicks Blog.

Black and white grosgrain ribbon setting off this bright and poppy bouquet found on The Wedding Chicks Blog.

 

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Metallic Paint

Start shaking up your cans of Designmaster…this trend looking like it will be around for a while.  As for me (a staunch protester of painted and dyed flowers in any form), I am warming to the idea of this…

Painted gilt foliage give this bouquet an ethereal feel - by Landon Jacob Flowers.

Painted gilt foliage give this bouquet an ethereal feel – by Landon Jacob Flowers

Gold Scabiosa Pod details  -photo courtesy of 2.bp.blogspot.com

Gold Scabiosa Pod details -photo courtesy of Style Me Pretty

i can see this working really well for place cards - Gold Leaf Succulents from Lady Liberty Events

I can see this working really well for place cards – Gold Leaf Succulents from Lady Liberty Events

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Flower Crowns

They’ve been around for a while and they’re going to continue to be around for a while longer.  I’m not complaining, I enjoy rocking a Frida Khalo-esque crown from time to time.

Such a pretty crown! From Hannabeth Flowers

Such a pretty floral crown! From Hannabeth Flowers

 

One of our favourites - Flower Crown by Julia Rose.

One of our favourites – Flower Crown by Julia Rose.

 

Another one of our favourites - floral couture by Franciose Weeks.

Another one of our favourites – floral couture by Franciose Weeks.

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Neon and Viva la Mexico!  

Just like food trends, flower trends go via the ‘culture de jour’ sometimes too.  Enter Mexico chic.  Bright neon flowers, cacti, ribbons and rustic wood.  In my trawling I came across this super fab stop animation video from Melbourne’s very own Gorgeous Events.  It captures the fiesta vibe perfectly.  Click the link to have a gander.  Ole!

The Ribbon Wedding

Bright and fiesta... I mean festive.  Photo courtesy of Ruffled Blog.

Bright and fiesta… I mean festive. Photo courtesy of Ruffled Blog.

Mexican wedding tablescape - from Shine Flowers.

Mexican wedding tablescape – from Shine Flowers.

Great shot from the 'Ribbon Wedding'  Gorgeous Events.

Great shot from the ‘Ribbon Wedding’ Gorgeous Events.

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Flowerwalls

Hard to believe that ‘Kimye’ has set a flower trend.  Flowerwalls are set to be the new ‘floral installation’ of choice  for weddings and events this season.

Floral Photo Backdrop from Green Wedding Shoes Blog.

Floral photo backdrop courtesy of Green Wedding Shoes Blog.

Flower wall from the OG Flower Bomber - Holly Hipwell.

Flower wall from the OG Flower Bomber – Sydney’s Holly Hipwell.

The first of the Kimye flower walls...

The first of the trend setting Kimye flower walls…

 

and last but certainly not least…..

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Hanging Flower Installations

Whether you call them ‘chandeliers’ or ‘installations’ this wedding flowers trend seems to be hanging around (pun intended).  Here’s some of my favourites:

Epic tulip installation for Kinfolk Magazine by Katie Marx Flowers in Sydney last month.

Epic tulip installation for Kinfolk Magazine by Katie Marx Flowers in Sydney last month.

Flower ceiling from Melbourne's Style Co.

Flower ceiling from Melbourne’s Style Co.

I love this Chandelier and Arbour combo from Hello Blossoms.

I love this chandelier and arbour combo from Hello Blossoms.

If there are any other burgeoning trends that I’ve missed, feel free to join the conversation by leaving a comment below or join the discussion on Facebook or Instagram – we are quite the social media butterflies here at Tesselaars!  xR

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Comments

  1. The Floral Arrangements and Bouquets are really lovely and the Florist that have made them have done a fantastic job, Well Done.
    So pleasing to see new and exciting work , it makes all the hard work worth it.
    Cheers Litsa

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    Thanks for the feedback Litsa and Adrianna. We’ll definitely be bringing you some more quality content from the perspective of a florist…me! xR

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