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Bridal Flower Fashion 2016: 4 Bridal Bouquet Styles You’ll Love This Autumn

Sunday, October 16th, 2016

After a stunning peak (and in some cases revealing) look at Bridal Fashion Week, we are just overwhelmed and excited by what gorgeous gowns and bridal bouquet styles are out this 2016 wedding season. At events florist and wedding flowers experts Todich Floral Design, we love speculating on bridal flower fashion and providing you with insights (and tips!) for the upcoming autumn 2016

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1. Natural, Wild and “Reaching” Bridal Bouquet Styles

Natural, wild and “reaching” bridal bouquet styles are popping up this year in a prelude to the autumn season. These wedding bouquets cannot be contained, but are absolutely beautiful, lush and widespread, loose arrangements of blossoms, bright petals and foliage, with a freshly picked and in-the-wild appearance that any bride will delight in as she walks down the aisle.

2. Look Out for Bridal Bouquet Styles Incorporating Lighter, Elevated Earth Tones

Look out for bridal bouquet styles incorporating lighter, elevated earth tones tempered by garden roses, spray roses and dahlias, or making careful use of foraged greenery and woodland branches. This is somewhat of a departure from previous years’ more antiquated and rustic style bridal bouquets. Not to say that vintage is totally out of fashion, but there is a brighter, chic spin being placed on this year’s arrangements. You can expect more crystals, satin ribbons, rosebuds and succulents in bouquets as well as floral accessories, such as brooches, rings, earrings and necklaces—all of which say elegance and luxury.

3. Foodie Inspired Autumn Wedding Flowers 

A trend we are seeing across wedding event flowers, lots of bridal bouquet styles are going for organic, garden-fresh arrangements that is wonderful to breath in as is visually entrancing (technically edible, too!). Take in arrangements that are made up of artichoke blossoms, raspberries, edible herbs, sweet peas with calla lilies, and even fruits.

4. Wheat is So Versatile

Wheat is so versatile it lets you place your own unique stamp and creative spin on your special day. Don’t consider yourself a ‘creative’ type? Well, fortunately, there is a wonderful selection of wheat sheaves and design ideas from Todich Floral Design available for you to see in person at their upcoming exhibition, which is almost here!

From Shades of Nude to Green Goddess Vibes: Top Trends for Bridal Bouquets 2016 from Todich Floral Design

Tuesday, July 19th, 2016

As the weather gets warmer, wedding season is round the corner and the top trends for wedding flowers in 2016 are in full bloom. Pastel shades for understated bouquets are in the spotlight, as well as a rustic of seasonal blooms look for the eco-conscious age with foliage taking centre stage. Bridal bouquets are taking on less traditional forms – with the big, overflowing look a favourite this year. We at Todich Floral Design love this  time of year when our florists can be truly creative!

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Blushing Bride

The understated and elegant nude trend is well and truly on it’s way for 2016! Blush, peach and pink hues are the colours of choice for this year’s bridal wedding flowers. This perfect complement to wedding themes based on style and elegance, can be matched with many different decorations and themes. The nude trend doesn’t have to mean washed out wedding bouquets: soft shades of blooms can be paired with orange, coral and warmer hues to make for a bouquet of perfect harmony. Opt for full flowers like peonies, roses and lilies, and smaller blooms like freesias, ranunculus and anemones.

Naturally Beautiful

The rustic look will continue to feature in 2016 wedding flowers, with inspiration for bridal bouquets drawn from woodlands and gardens. It means a more un-done look to bouquets, with trailing foliage and flowers of all different shapes. Eco-conscious couples will choose seasonal flowers to create these natural looks, and can even grow wild flowers themselves to feature in spring and summer bouquets and wedding table decorations. We at Todich Floral Design prefer to incorporate ferns and foraged branches into a bouquet, alongside the flowers in season.

The Bigger the Better

Bigger doesn’t necessarily mean having a large version of the traditional bridal bouquet styles (such as round, oval or pageant wedding bouquet style). This trend fits in with the natural trend that celebrates a wild, bountiful look for wedding flowers: think armfuls of blooms gathered from the garden. It’s all about bouquets overflowing with flowers and curling foliage that don’t fit together into a formal shape.

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Falling for Foliage

Green bouquets have been a trend for a few years now, with wedding bouquets being made purely of plants like succulents or focusing and green flowers complementing foliage in a bouquet, rather than the other way round. Current bridal bouquet trends have even seen vegetables like kale and artichokes playing a starring role in bridal wedding flowers.

Don’t hesitate to reach out to us at Todich Floral Design for a bridal consult, at no cost; DISCUSS WITH OUR BRIDAL FLORIST about making foliage the starring role in your bridal bouquet. We would love nothing more than to help you plan your wedding, elegant and perfect, down to the last detail.

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