- Faux is the New Fresh
Faux flowers are the new fresh because they are equally as gorgeous, offer everlasting quality, and are more affordable!Why buy real flowers that eventually wilt and die when you can buy faux and keep them as a forever memory of life’s special events?
Every wedding needs something blue and we are loving the regal elegance of Navy this year. Give your tablescape a little romance with navy tapers and glassware, or include navy florals into your centerpieces.Having trouble finding this shade in nature? Think about adding artificial navy stems to your arrangements. Mix them into your fresh flowers or go all faux for a long-lasting design that is sure to wow your guests.
From vases to votives, jewelry to makeup, home to wedding… metallics are EVERYWHERE!
Copper accents will bring warmth and beauty to your wedding tables and decor. Mix your metals with metallic flowers and leaves. It makes a powerful statement! Silver is coming back into the mix. We can’t wait to see this metal featured in weddings. From decor to florals, nothing shines like silver.
As the 2017 Pantone color of the year, Greenery played a huge role in last years weddings, and we don’t see it ending there. Give your wedding floral arrangements green accents with artificial succulents and ferns.
Create jaw-dropping backdrops and centerpieces with large tropical leaves. Walk down the aisle with a lush greenery bouquet, filled with artificial eucalyptus and pops of green hellebore.
There are so many ways to use faux succulents in your wedding. They are a stunning addition to faux bouquets or even as a flower replacement. We are seeing them being used in boutonnieres and corsages, in centerpieces, and even as necklaces! Jump aboard the succulent train because we see many more innovative ideas coming our way!
- Bright & Bold
Bridal white will never go out of vogue, but we are all about the bright and bold colors brides are adding to their bouquets. Start with a simple white peony or rose bouquet and give it a pop of pink, yellow, or orange with wildly colored faux flowers. Finish it all off with trailing ribbons in a variety of vibrant hues.
Mixing a variety of greenery, berries, soft grasses and unique florals makes for a stunning, organic arrangement. This year don’t be afraid to fill your bouquets and centerpieces with interesting details to create a one of a kind look.
Decorative hoop wreaths are a backdrop necessity, and the bigger the better!
DIY with hula hoops and faux florals. Or dive into a a bigger project and create your own circular wedding arch. Walk down the aisle carrying this bouquet alternative, and then use it to decorate your home after the wedding. These floral spheres are the perfect addition to your wedding planning.
Nothing captures the organic beauty of the coast than this years Pampas trend. Couples everywhere are creating entrancing backdrops and aisles with billowing bunches of the natural grass, or incorporating it into the wedding bouquets for a unique and gorgeous texture.
- Repurpose your Bouquet
In a time when everyone is aware of their impact on the environment, why not design your wedding decor so that it can be used again and again?
With artificial and preserved flowers you will be able to create long-lasting bouquets and centerpieces that can be enjoyed for many years. After your ceremony, take apart your bouquet and create a wreath or garland that you can use to decorate your home. The options are endless.
- PinkPink is a wedding classic, but this year soften your palette with blush and mauve hues. Use pink vases, trays, and votives throughout your home and wedding decor. It is not only trending through one season, it can been incorporated in arrangements throughout the entire year.
- GarlandsGarlands are the perfect option to give a lush and full floral look to your wedding tables and ceremony arches.You can go as big and grand as this stairway garland. Or simply create a beautiful faux flower table garland to bring some beauty and life to your home!
- Hanging Florals
Hanging florals are a fresh and beautiful alternative to the classic florals in a vase look. They create space on tabletops and fill up plain and empty wall space!Create blooming floral chandeliers for an elegant design above your table. Use a floral swag to fill up empty spaces on your walls. It is the perfect way to incorporate colors that coordinate with your table decor. Greenery is popular in all ways, shapes, and forms, so combine these trends for the ultimate wedding floral arrangement. There are so many ways to decorate your wedding with hanging floral arrangements!
- Woodsy Wedding
It’s like rustic, but more romantic! Take the magical feeling you get when you hike through woods and use that to create a wedding to remember. Wood and natural accents, tons of texture, and lush greenery are the key ingredients to this 2018 trend.
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