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7 of the Hottest Wedding Flower Trends for 2015

Wednesday, January 7th, 2015

London floral designer and wedding florist Todich Floral Design has its eye on the hottest wedding theme trends 2015 in all seasons: fall, winter, spring and wedding trends 2015 summer. Take a look at our top 7 flower trends for the year so you can plan your own dream wedding!

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1. Roses are still everlasting — Wedding décor trends 2015 don’t make any exception to the popularity and beauty of roses. Symbolic of passion, romance and elegance, there is nothing that speaks more to love than the rose, and when two people come together there should absolutely be some perfectly arranged roses to reflect that love and augment the immense beauty and delight of the day and venue where friends and family have come to celebrate.

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2. Flowers that are sensual and elegant (besides roses!) — Though flowers for wedding theme trends 2015 are consistently marked with different varieties of roses, there are plenty of other types of flowers to turn your wedding into an event blossoming with beauty. Yellow Tulips, orchids, calla lilies and peonies are just a few favorites for 2015.

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3. Seasonal wedding flower displays and decorating theme that enhance the festivities — Flowers that are in season are a great way to save some money, get the freshest possible blossoms, and incorporate the natural beauty and sensuality of weather and landscape into your wedding. To fit some holiday decorating ideas, many couples are using seasonal fruits and non-floral elements, like barley or feathers, or cornucopia designs during autumn.

4. Bridal bouquets that don’t distract! — Sometimes the bride’s bouquet can become overly elaborate, busy with variety or blaring too many colours, and end up detracting from the bride herself. Simple can be better, especially for intimate wedding decorations. Monochrome roses, peonies, and delicate nosegays or posies are great options for the bride; as well as what’s popping up in bridesmaid trends 2015—we’ve seen berries, feathers, foliage, wheat and leaves (non-floral elements) in addition to smaller blossoms.

shower-bridal-bouquet-cascade-wedding-bouquet-wedding-flower-trends-2015. Wedding flower garlands  Garlands strung and decorated with beautiful wedding flowers and green leaves have an illustrious majesty. There’s something sexy and refined about them, and that’s what makes garlands perfect for weddings. Look for garlands wedding trends 2015 summer. Use them on chairs, combined into table centrepieces and receptions, and runners. Madagascar jasmine and strung votives are also wonderful!

6. Profusion, cascades and flowery abundance — By making an actual world full of flowers, you will be creating a true fantasy—a garden of delight, flowery escape or veritable forest full of blossoms—where bride and groom are at the center, and guests can enjoy and celebrate their love in this special day. Small winter wedding venues, or in any season, will glow with the warmth of love when filled with petal profusion—as table centrepieces or runners, bannister decoration, on walls and accouterments on surrounding landscape.

7. Lavish centrepieces and display dazzle — With winter wonderland wedding theme decorations, frosted and crystal trees are popular. Vintage and rustic themed weddings incorporate curlicues, garden hedge bases, branches and candelabras. More flamboyant and contemporary styled weddings rely on glass vases and elaborate (sometimes inverted!) flower displays, gold and silver glass tiered structures, and candlelit arrangements.

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