BEST FLORAL FASHION TRENDS

FOR NEW BRIDES IN 2017: BEST FLORAL FASHION TRENDS


For New Brides in 2017: Best Floral Fashion Trends

 

Flowers are a great way to light up your wedding event. Floral Fashion Trends are en-vogue and are upbeat. Peppy coloured flowers or pastel coloured flowers can take your wedding extravaganza to a whole new level. Let us have an insight of the floral related trends that can change the look-n-feel of the wedding.

 

The Choice of Flowers

The choice of flowers that you’re going to choose is very vital. Be it fresh and handpicked flowers or otherwise, they play an essential role in the overall look of the décor.

 

  1. Fresh from the garden/seasonal flowers

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Carrying a bouquet of fresh, fragrant flowers is a trend which is becoming more and more common and in trend for the brides. Seasonal flowers can also be taken in hand or made to harvest especially for your special occasion; to be carried by the bride when she enters the room to tie the knots and say the sacred vows.

  1. Dahlias- the most picked!

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Dahlias dominate late summer and autumn wedding designs. Big beauties such as ‘Labyrinth’ and ‘Peaches N’ Cream’ are increasingly being picked by distinguished designers across the world. This can turn out to be a good choice for you as well.

 

  1. Traditional flowers

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Even the thought of decorating with common flowers like zinnias, carnations or mums for wedding flowers can make anyone shutter. Heirloom diversity and new flower cultivators with rare forms and colours have turned heads and helped to change minds and preferences. Heirloom chrysanthemums, frilly scented heirloom carnations, and ruffled scabiosa-flowered zinnias have become in fashion and in high demand.

 

  1. Especially requested flowers

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The internet is equipped and flooded with enchanting images of special flowers on the big day by brides and hence the new brides-to-be are increasingly asking for specific flowers for their bouquets or decor of the wedding setup.

 

Colours of the Floral Decoration

 

  1. Muted and mild tones

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2017 is a year of muted, subdued and monochromatic bouquets and floral décor. We can expect multi coloured bouquets in bright or contrasting colours but shades such as dusty rose, milky coffee, champagne, butter cream, apricot and moonstone will be more en-vogue.

  1. The Wine Hues

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Deep wine tones paired wonderfully with a variety of colour palettes like jewel tones to soft pinks as or mild tones like mentioned above can give décor goals to almost everyone seeking for a floral arrangement.

  1. 50 Shades of Gray

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Gray is the new neutral. It has become a fixed choice for floral design experts and is being paired quite well with most colours like blush pink. Gray can be used as the main accent colour and can be moved towards centre stage alongside crisp white.

  1. Green!

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Green will be reflected in weddings in 2017. The year shall also see less focus on specific green and more of using unconventional green. Green colour can be incorporated in creative ways, such as garlands etc.

 

Styling of the Flowers

 

  1. Use of ribbons

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A bouquet just isn’t a bouquet without a ribbon finish-every bride nowadays looks for something edgy and more meaningful in a special way. Bouquets with unique elements such as antique lace, a charm or cameo of a loved one, vintage handkerchiefs and multiple layers of long, hand-dyed silk ribbon streamers are too in trend.

 

  1. Stylish floral wearable

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    Source: weddingplz

Another big trend is wearing elegant flowers as jewellery. These bangle-type bracelets will take over the traditional wearable on mothers, grandmothers and other wedding party attendant.

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