Everything from Peacock Feathers to Ostrich Plumes, and Rhinestones to Gemstone Studs have become all the wedding flower trends in details and accents.
Personalize Your Wedding Bouquet with Keepsakes:
Always near and dear to a bride's heart, adding a Mother's Brooch or Grandmother's hankie into bouquets is the trend, with a touch of a favorite color as an accent, helps personalize wedding flowers.
Wedding Table Settings:
Mixing up the wedding table settings with four to five different centerpiece styles is the wedding flower trend for 2011 reception guest tables makes for pure beauty and instant conversation pieces.
Trends in Going Green, Very Natural wedding flowers:
Going green for weddings brings simplicity to the day and adds a natural flowing feel to wedding bouquets. Creating wedding floral arrangements with a variety of foliage is one way. Wedding bouquets are "Not a perfect, round ball" like they once were. A new, organic feel is coming of age by using pods, mosses, and plenty of branching to add the finishing touches to the wedding theme.
Add a touch of unique elegance with recycled containers and glass. Vintage containers create depth and character to the wedding table settings.
Natural Wedding Bouquets are all about the play of texture and color. When these two worlds come together, they unite just as the bride and groom have.
Soft Romantic Flower Arrangements for weddings:
The newest look in wedding floral arrangements is vintage romantic with garden (peony) roses. True floral beauty would be choosing the signature David Austin roses and peonies; considered a luxury in wedding flowers.
Add a glimpse of charm at each table with LED lights or submersible lighting in centerpieces.
Unique wedding floral splendor is grouping one type of flower in many different hues. Add even more depth and texture by using smaller buds with a larger one.
Create an exquisite, romantic look by combining three to five different types of flowers to give a wedding bouquet depth, texture and movement.
NEW WEDDING COLOR TRENDS FOR 2011
The color scheme chosen for a wedding creates a unified feel for the entire day. These color combinations are used not only for the flowers and their accents, but also the invitation portfolio, bridesmaids' dresses and groomsmen coordinating ensembles, cake, favors, centerpieces, and more.
These are the wedding color trends we've been noticing for 2011:
Yellow, Silver, Black
Red, Burgundy, Aqua
Red, Black, Toille
Navy Blue, Hot Pink, Magenta
White with Light Green or All Whites
POPULAR FLORAL COMBINATIONS
The scent alone lures any bride-to-be. It's no wonder the simplicity of carnation mounded spheres are making a big comeback. Add in a bit of Baby's Breath and a timeless wedding classic is reborn.
This choice of wedding arrangement is popular with brides and guests alike. Present several clustered, smaller centerpieces per table by mixing up shapes and styles of containers. The allure of the floral presentation doubles nicely as favors at the end of your celebration.