Romantic Wedding Flowers – The Trends for 2014

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Romantic wedding flowers always make us smile and this year trends for bridal flowers are beautiful, exotic, unkempt, dramatic and wild. Here’s our round-up of what you’ll be carrying up the aisle this year.

The flower of the year has to go to the tree peony. Tree peonies are delicate, feminine and soft but make no mistake, they’ll still rock your bouquet!

Cascade bouquets

Cascade bouquets

This year it’s all about the lushness of flowers, using them in a less structured way and creating cascading bouquets in irregular shapes.

Top left to right:

White roses, eucalyptus, sage, fern, rosemary and lavender will make not only a striking looking bouquet, but one that smells divine. Image by Heather Hester.

Lavender bouquet featuring roses, white berries, gypsophlia and ferns – wild and beautiful. Image by Kristyn Hogan.

Cascading greens teamed with clusters of seeded eucalyptus and two king proteas make for a memorable bouquet. Image by Joielala Photographie.

Wild peach bouquet with roses and trailing leaves. Image by Jemma Keech.

 

Traditional arches will make a big comeback this year with all the grace and elegance they are famed for. We think they make the prettiest entrance decor around!

Floral Arches

Floral Arches

Left: Asymmetric arch covered in pale pink hydrangeas. Image by Sonya Khegay.

Right: Sumptuous hydrangea and rose arch. Image from Emma Walker Flowers.

Impressive floral arches aren’t just for outdoors – make an impact with an arch framing the position where you will exchange your vows. This would also make a great decoration over the top table later on in the day.

 

If oversized wild bouquets aren’t for you, you’ll be happy to hear that simple gypsophlia bouquets are still big news this year. We love them for their delicate appearance, neutral tones and nod to nature.

Any of these trends take your fancy? Let us know with a comment below!

 

 

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