Trends in bridal florals are seeing a move toward the more natural and earthy persuasion. The floral industry is experiencing a return to the cascading bridal bouquet and more saturated colors. Brides want flowers with a natural and undone feeling. Lush, loose, and looking like they were just plucked from a garden. Some brides are turning to exotic blooms, while others work with their florist for bouquets full of locally-gathered foliage. Sometimes, there are no flowers at all. Instead, brides are opting for an abundance of greenery and branches.
To bring the drama, you’ll see canopies of foliage, hanging geometric arrangements, and archways or wall-like backdrops trimmed with flowers for a beautiful photo op.
|Photography||Two Little Starfish™ Photography Services|
|Designer||Elizabeth May Bridal|
|Hair and Makeup||Abbie Hartland Makeup artist
|Flowers||Raglan Buds Flower Farm|
|Models||Erica Ransfield & Nadia Whitelaw|