Floral Trends: 2015

Thanks to Pinterest, Instagram, and blogs on the web, brides are seeing many options for bouquets rather than going with the traditional all rose, structured bouquet.  With new trends each season and endless possibilities on the web, here are a few of our “not so basic” bouquets that we designed and are hoping too see again with this years trends in 2015!

1040_ContrisPattersonW3231ELWe expect to see the ever so romantic, lush and classic bouquets filled with various textures of the favorited Peonies, Austin Garden roses, Hydrangea, and Ranunculas in soft neutral tones.  Similar to the bouquet pictured above.

I_0065Loose structured bouquets have been a favorite trend for 2015.  Orchids, as pictured above, provide a clean and sophisticated look to the bouquet while creating a modern twist.

JT-0595A fresh picked bouquet from the garden is one of the biggest trends of 2015.  As succulents have been popular through the past few years, especially in Arizona, you can achieve this look by using floral with similar shades and flower types that would be found in a garden in the location you are getting married.  Also make sure that the tie on the bouquet is loose and that the stems are natural.

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Another trend that is not going anywhere anytime soon are floral crowns!  Crowns and halos are perfect for bridal parties and you can even incorporate veils for the bride!  As crowns and halos come in all sizes, colors, and flowers, we don’t see a reason to not have them at weddings!

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