Flower Trend Forecast for 2021
Updated: Nov 19
Forget about tidy bouquets with Diamonds and Crystals; the keywords of 2021 in Bridal Flowers are 'Natural Freedom”.
Paint Box Colours
Neutral Pale Colours
Falling and Cascading Florals
Eco Friendly Suppliers
Wedding Flower Trends
Photo Friendly Florals like (nest nook and arches)
Bold Colour Flower Choices
Farm to Vase Flowers
Bleached dried and preserved flowers
Potted table runner
Return of Edwardian, 1980's and 1990's bouquets
Florals are taking centre stage at Weddings of all sizes and styles: From sustainability harvested flowers in neutral shades as well as brightly painted florals and scented garden blooms, with statement installations. The colour palette is a year of EXTREMES!
Weddings will be much more sentimental and meaningful.
Garden Roses (O'Hara David Austin, Kira and David Austin Juliet) together with Freesia, Lilly of the Valley and Stocks with a beautiful scent.
The Flowers of 2021
Highly scented flowers such as Garden Roses, Phlox, Stocks, and Lilly of the Valley.
Trends pull inspiration from the Edwardian era, the 1980s and 90s.
Soft colour pallets like white blushed earthy tones and neutral tones are wildly popular with the other end of the spectrum also growing in popularity. Expect to see bold pops of colour with hand painted blooms and dried flower elements fully saturated: Intense colours that range from neutral to electric shades.
Big statement pieces with hanging florals to create lasting memories.
Multi Purpose Arrangements
As a more sustainable and budget friendly option. Key pieces will be moved from Ceremony to
Sustainable Floral Arrangements
Couples seem to be on the search for locally grown and sourced flowers cutting down the carbon footprint. There will be wild loose arrangements with a real organic feel with lots of texture.
Dried flowers with more neutral tones and dried grasses, wheat sheaves, pampas grass and bunny tails.
Big oversized blooms with plenty of scent
Like herbs frozen in ice cubes for cocktails, flowers sprinkled over desserts.
Potted plants used as entrance décor or to style tables such as potted herbs and greenery.
Doubled as table take home gifts for guests.
Floral table runners will be very popular. Packed with dark and light greenery such as Ruscus, Pistachio, Eucalyptus, Asparagus Fern and Salal leaves along with big head Hydrangeas, running through the design. Teamed with garden Roses, Stocks and smaller and fuller flowers , Phlox, Freesia and Lisianthus may also be incorporated.
Oh nearly forgot! Urns and columns will be big next year
I am so looking forward to it all!