With wedding season fast approaching, it's time to think about new trends, old favourites and what's your style! We've put together 6 of 2020 biggest floral and style trends, that are sure to inspire and become some of the biggest trends for florists and brides
Mint and Forest Green
For brides wanting a natural wedding look, neo-mint is a trending design colour, showcasing across fashion and interior designs. Pastel green is romantic, soft and transeasonal colour from autumn through to winter. By combining neo-mint with dark green, you're sure to create a stunning and natural wedding look.
We love the combination of white garden roses and succulents
Caramel and Lilac
Caramel radiates warmth and earth tones. A popular fashion colour during the warm summer and cooler autumn months, brown in a true classical colour choice. Just like flowers, colours have significant meanings too - brown signifies security and stability, orange is warmth and happiness and finally lilac symbolises first love. Combining warm earth tones with soft and luxurious lilac, this wedding palette carries symbolic meaning perfect for any wedding day.
We love the combination of dark calla lilies with caramel dahlias.
Champagne and Mustard
Champagne shouldn't only be served, but used throughout the floral colour palette too. Warm and luxurious looking, Champagne tones is a popular choice for many younger brides wanting warm muted and classical glam. Pairing with a mustard and light greens, its created an overall earthiness and calming feeling.
We love the combination of mustard and orange roses, with bunny tails and trailing greenery.
Blue has been announced as the Pantone of the Year for 2020 and is set to be one of the biggest colours for the year. Pantone described the colour as, "Instilling calm, confidence, and connection, this enduring blue hue highlights our desire for a dependable and stable foundation on which to build as we cross the threshold into a new era". Classical blue has a traditional and royalty feeling, however, opting for a mix with a powder blue and a deeper aqua colour for contemporary colour palette that will beautiful for any transeasonal wedding.
We love the combination of blue tweedia, cream roses and sweet pea.
Teal, Orange and Gold
Keeping on trend with blue colours for 2020, Teal gives a elegant and deep feeling. The greenish-blue creates depth and richness to palette and by adding gold and warm oranges, it creates warmth and sophisticated wedding palette for the cooler months.
We love combination of sprayed dried foliage, with creams and orange pops.
Red, Coral and Black
Red, the colour of love and passion is the perfect wedding colour. Living Coral was the Pantone Colour of 2019 and still remains a popular and trending tone for 2020. By combining deep red with coral, you've got a warm and romantic wedding vibe. By adding in a classical black tone, this colour combination can we used for traditional and modern weddings any time of year.
We love the combination of coral peonies, with red roses and ruscus