New flower trends are constantly evolving in the wedding industry. We’ve picked out a few of our favourite floral trends - so what can we expect to see more of this year?

Wedding Flower Trends 2020

New flower trends are constantly evolving in the wedding industry. We’ve picked out a few of our favourite floral trends - so what can we expect to see more of this year?

Dried Flowers

One of the hottest trends this year has to be dried flowers. Think flowers like subtle thistles, proteas, seed pods and gypsophila. Whether you’re after that natural and simple look or something more wild and foraged for a boho vibe, they are all environmentally friendly, cost effective and low maintenance and can also be reused after your wedding day.

We’re talking gorgeous boho bouquets, floral arches and table centre pieces that can be used in any season. You can incorporate any of the following: pampas grass, palms, herbs and dried flowers in your bridal bouquet, installations, centrepieces and buttonholes. They highlight natural simplicity with the muted, warm tones..

Whether it’s a wedding bouquet full of dried grasses, dried blooms and neutral ribbons fit for a boho bride or a rich, vibrant and textural bouquet with mixed foliage, wheat, seed pods and flowers. We love the modern touch that pampas grass adds to the bouquet.

You can also try collecting and pressing your own flowers throughout your engagement then use these later on to decorate with. 

Locally Grown Flowers

Locally grown flowers are certainly on the rise this year! Rather than spending a fortune buying out of season flowers, more and more brides are now using British flowers to be more eco friendly. It also helps to cut costs to. With lots of British growers to choose from, you’re sure to be spoilt for choice. 

Local flowers offer something unique and personal. It's also a great way to support local, small businesses. You can either source your flowers through local florists like Maples Flowers or straight from the flower grower.

Article Written By Amy

Florist with Maples Flowers