Peonies, garden roses, ranunculus, dahlias and other “soft-petal” blooms are the top-requested flowers from coast to coast — and for good reason. They have a wonderfully romantic feel. Peonies, in particular are in high demand. Loose rose petals, used as a “garland” or runner atop tables or scattered among floating candles, are another trend that’s coming on strong.
At the other end of the trend spectrum, gallina says flowering plants like king- and pink-ice protea, along with assorted bold tropical blooms and small potted plants are are perfect for brides who want arrangements that feel natural and organic — yet elegant.
By Ashley|2020-02-22T18:07:19+00:00January 17th, 2017|Blog, Weddings|Comments Off on 2017 Wedding Trends: Floral