As we work with brides, we are seeing a number of seasonal trends this year that we would like to share with you:
- Seasonal and rustic woodland bouquets and flower arrangements that include foraged branches, lush ferns, and locally sourced flowers
- Loosely bundled bouquets that look as they have just been picked from the garden with vines and branches cascading down the sides
- Glamorous styles with textiles and accessories that add bling to a chic wedding theme
- Heirloom varieties of old-fashioned flowers like mums and carnations as well as chrysanthemums, zinnias, and English sweet peas
- Large, long centerpieces in raised compotes or terra cotta vases along King’s tables
- Color trends like blush, peach-pink, sunset orange, rust and coral as well as darker foliage
- Heavy use of foliage like leaves, vines, and branches
- Metallic colors like rose gold
- Ombre color designs with colors arranged from darkest to lightest in floral bouquet or floral centerpieces
- Flower walls as photo backdrops
- Hanging decorations and roof garlands for marquee tents
Of course, you don’t have to follow the summer trends and just go with your own preferences. After all, it is your big day and you should have exactly what you want in terms of wedding flowers.
The pictures in this blog post are from other San Diego weddings where we have been honored to provide the floral decor and bouquets for the bride and the wedding party. As you can see, we are adept at indoor and outdoor wedding flowers. We work with all the major San Diego wedding venues so have a good sense of what fits and how many flowers you will need.
We offer free consultations on wedding flowers and provide packages and custom pricing.
Please call our San Diego flower shop today to learn more and make your appointment.