These are not just for the holiday season anymore. Wreaths are a making their way into weddings of all seasons. Years ago they were a staple on the church doors, but now oversized versions will start popping up behind dessert tables or a sweetheart table used as a ceremony backdrop or as a photo prop. We love when the couple adds a calligraphy scroll to the middle with their names or a favorite quote.
Floral crowns were around for years, but now the trend is moving more towards a small tiara version that is tied. Couples will also consider floral necklaces or full bracelet corsages for bridesmaids, grandmothers or mothers.
Greenery was Pantone’s color of the year for 2017, but it is here to stay in 2018! The real greenery trend is here to stay. You will see eucalyptus, magnolia leaves, and other foliage in bouquets, centerpieces, and garland. Greenery is a great economical way to enhance the size arrangements.
Large Installations and Smaller Tabletop Pieces
Showstopping pieces like floral walls at the reception and ceremony are for a perfect focal point and always attract guests for a photo opp. I guess we can thank Kim Kardashian and Kanye West for this one! Flowers are also being hung from chandeliers to bring the outdoors in for an etherial enchanted forest feel. With such big statement pieces, we would suggest going simple with your centerpieces with low vases and votive candles.
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