5 floral fads in vogue for ’21 and ’22 weddings
2021 wedding season is in still in bloom, but our 2022 celebrations are just around the corner. As such, experts are already deep in their predictions about what trends will surface from now through next year. When it comes to florals, couples are focused on putting their own unique spin on their designs. Nevertheless, there are a few consistent trends forecasters are seeing:
1. Dried florals
Dried florals are likely to be a big trend in the coming year, according to Bride & Bow. Dried flowers and foliage add a lovely, natural look to any wedding. Florists’ Review says it will also be popular to create designs featuring a combination of both dried and fresh florals.
Blooms by the Box says yellows will likely be a popular floral color throughout 2022, which no will no doubt bring a happy and sunshining glow to those who lean in to this trend. Sunflowers, daisies, and calla lilies are some great options if you’re looking to infuse some yellow into your day.
3. Bright, Bold and Colorful
Yellow isn’t the only color marriers are into these days. An increasing number of couples are requesting bright, colorful floral displays meant to give off feelings of happiness.
“Pretty much all of our event clients have requested flowers with colors to express optimism and empowerment… [they] want to use flowers as their medium to spread positivity and joy,” Ingrid Carozzi, owner of floral design company Tin Can Studios, told Pure Wow.
4. Earth tones and greenery
Always in style, floral displays that accentuate greenery and the beauty of the natural world are sticking around in 2022.
5. Pink Roses
According to floral community Thursd., couples are all about pink roses and rose petals this year, and especially mixing and matching pinks of different shades.
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