One of the most popular wedding flowers are anemones. These scentless flowers come in a wide range of jewel-toned colours. The most popular anemones are the ones with white petals and a black centre. Anemones are very modern, but at the same time they will give your dream wedding an absolutely romantic look.
2. BOLD COLOURS
Daring combinations of bright-on-bright create a stunning, eye-catching contrast. Hot jewel tones like magenta, persimmon, peacock blue or royal purple will give you a rich, luxurious look, especially when teamed with bold blooms like orange dahlias, yellow gerbera daisies and purple orchids.
Tree-like topiaries and potted plants are popular because they add a warm garden feel and height to the room. Baby spruce or tree-like topiaries can serve as centerpieces, while larger ones, like birch trees or lemon trees, can decorate your entrance or the edges of the dance floor.
4. NAPKINS WITH FLOWERS
Details are important! Adding a small but lovely floral arrangement to each napkin can create beautiful composition. Guests will definitely appreciate this gesture.
5. NATURAL SHAPES
Whether it’s a wildflower style or simply less symmetrical arrangement, this trend lets the wedding look more natural. A contemporary wedding with vases filled with asymmetrical bundles of French tulips or gladiolus. Or a country wedding with a mix of flowers cut to different lengths in a more subdued palette, like a gorgeous combo of light pink ranunculus and spray roses teamed with white hyacinths and lisianthus.