Lately trendy fillers and greens used in wedding arrangements, centerpieces, boutonnieres, and corsages have been extremely textured interesting. The interest in highly texture peices creates a one of a kind romantic, rustic, and modern look. Check out these modern, trendy wedding flowers!
Scabiosa pods have become especially popular starting in the beginning of 2012 and have continued to make a large impact on wedding industry flowers. The pods add so much interest to bouquets and centerpieces! They also lend themselves to the trendy rustic wedding scheme. As you can see in this picture they exude natural and compliment a mix of different flowers. Try using scabiosa in your bouquet, they are easy to work with and are affordable,trendy filler flowers!
Brunia Silver is a beautiful filler that can be used to dress up a gray or pale color scheme. It almost looks like cloth berries! This very unique plant adds trendy and edgy interest to any floral design. Most of the times it is very difficult to fin flowers that fill the gray color in a color scheme as grey flowers are not easily found.
Seeded Eucalyptus is undoubtedly one of the most popular greens this past summer! It is perfect of the newly popular imperfect bouquet trend. This trendy greenery will add texture, perfect leaves, and foliage to arrangements. It is available all seasons and will match well with just about any flower combination. This is especially perfect for the romantic vintage style wedding.
Let us know which flowers are edgy in your point of view! Please share! Thank you and enjoy!
These beautiful photos by New York photographer, Rachel Leib, feature DIY wedding flowers from a gorgeous, bright outdoor wedding. The yellow and purple DIY flowers were put together using Blooms by the Box fresh wholesale flowers! This post is living proof that DIY Wedding flowers are doable, affordable, and picture worthy. Check out this DIY yellow and purple bouquet inspiration to get ideas for your do it yourself wedding flowers.
The flowers used in these bouquets include goldstrike roses, cool water roses, yellow pompon buttons, purple lisianthus, purple status, yellow billy balls, yellow solidago, israeli ruscus, and yellow spray roses.
Most of the flowers were put together the night before the wedding but the bride’s bouquet along with all the boutonnieres and corsages where made the day of. They lasted beautifully and even the throw away bouquet made it through a vicious fight to be caught. Please feel free to ask any questions!
Time to get some inspiration for that fall flower combo! This fall instead of only thinking about burnt oranges and browns you can add some fun touches of color. Check out this fall’s Pantone Color Report before ordering your wedding flowers! Find the Pantone Fashion Color Report Fall 2012 here.
FOR THE DARING LADIES: If you are daring pair pink flambe flowers (Rose Purple Cezzanne) with bright chartrouse (mini green hydrangea) , some french roast (brown- fiddlehead fern),and greenery. This combo is for the daring bride who does not want to stick with traditional fall colors. Bright pink and punchy green will do a wonderful job representing your bubbly, fun, personality.
FOR THE VINTAGE ROMATNICS: If you are a vintage, hopeless romantic bride pair together the more toned down colors such as rose smoke and titanium. These colors compliment each other and give off a very romantic feel. These colors will relay the message of love and highlight the soft and loving characteristics in your personality.
FOR THE RUSTIC OUTDOORSY BRIDE: If you are the outdoorsy rustic type try pairing together earthy tones with a touch of fall interest like the tangerine tango. These colors will bring out your appreciation for nature and your bright wishes for the future. This is perfect for an outdoor fall wedding or a indoor rustic theme!
PLEASE leave us a comment letting us know which color palette fits your style or a color palette you made on your own with this Pantone fall inspiration.