In recent years I have never seen a trend take over like the love of everything GREEN! Last year when Green became the Pantone colour of the year the trend exploded and is still following though to this year
There has been a real shift in the last couple of years moving away from the more formal style of floristry dense flowers minimal foliages ….
Greenery and textured flowers and back in the spot light and can make a real impact for your wedding and events. It’s a fresh approach, not only is it visually beautiful but can also be budget friendly. With the correct styling can also have great impact.
Green weddings which focus on using lush leafty greenery like eucalyptus, and detailing with other rich greens like moss
A favourite of ours is what we call …. CLEAN and GREEN – mixing in crisp whites with lush greens – ensuring a very striking design..
This lovely event below was a private client birthday party by Addo Events; theme was inspired by the fashion brand Anthropolgie – natural greens and white florals, succulents and plants finished off with a touch of bronze – another popular trend.
Private party by ADDO events. Photography courtesy of Holly Clarke. Flowers Wildabout
Trees have been super popular for the past few years and that trend is not going away …..from Olive to Birch ….Bringing the indoors in with Birch trees is a smart way of creating statement table centers with substantial heights, Great for venues with high ceilings and as you can see from the image she low creates a beautiful lush environment for the guests to dine in…
This year’s botanical trend is much more natural and a lot more relaxed. The vibe is forest with the look being rustic and foliage heavy, with flowers kept simple and to a minimum. Below was a beautiful wedding with Michelle from Pocketful of Dreams at Chiswick HOUSE…. Italian grotto meets English garden1 The hanging foliage garden was the highlight of the room. Again Birch trees where used to create that indoor garden feel.