Bright and Bold

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While pastel colours have traditionally been very popular, couples this year are looking towards brighter and more vibrant floral arrangements to showcase their personal style. The pandemic has given brides-to-be the time they needed to get inspired, and many have ditched the softer hues and opted for bolder tones. Think citrus yellows, oranges, and pinks. These colours work equally as well with softer blues and lilacs and greenery if you would prefer softer tones with a pop of vibrancy.

You may be wondering what type of dress style would be suited to such a bold and vibrant floral theme. We would suggest that with brighter colours throughout the wedding sticking to one colour in your dress will allow the colours to pop. Style Pia (18607) is an Ivory, fit and flare down with full length sleeves and a stunning open back. Th exquisite sequins throughout add a touch of sparkle and will ensure you stand out will complimenting your colour scheme.



Simple and minimalistic

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Modern and minimalist arrangements that incorporate crisp whites and natural greens are becoming increasingly popular given the rise of the minimalist bride. Classic white roses and gypsophila (Baby’s Breath) radiate an effortless and romantic feel without being too dramatic and overpowering.

As a minimalist bride you may also want to reflect your style in your dress choice. This sophisticated and modern bridal trend tends to favour plain and simple designs where the fabric becomes the centre of attention.

Scotia (69714) is a great minimalistic Mikado style with a unique bow waist and flattering pleat detail. A classic fit and flare silhouette is complemented with classic bridal buttons cascading down the back of the dress which give a traditional and classic bridal feel.




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A variety of textures in floral arrangements is also becoming increasingly popular with brides. Couples in 2023 are seeking a variety of blooms to incorporate in their florals. From greenery to pampas and the incorporation of rattan and dried floral elements, texture can give dimension to your florals in a modern and interesting way. Particularly suited to bohemian styles, texture is bound to be one of the hottest trends this season.

To match your dress style to the boho feel of this floral style we would suggest style Samiyah (69710) a gorgeous chiffon wedding dress with feminine fluted sleeves and plunging v-neckline. The striking thigh leg split, and 3D floral detail make this dress perfect wedding dress for a destination or summer wedding.



Colour Blocking

A trend that has stemmed from home interior trends, monofloral arrangements in which couples select one type of flower or a small collection of flowers in similar colours are becoming extremely popular. This trend brings a new level of sophistication to otherwise traditional and classic floral arrangements.

We think Peral is a perfect accompaniment to a colour blocking flower arrangement with its feminine floral appliques and subtle sweetheart neckline. Detachable cap sleeves offer an off-the-shoulder style to change the look during the day.



Show-stopping displays

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Inspired by celebrity weddings such as Paris Hilton extravagant floral displays are predicted to be the focus of 2023 weddings. From backdrops to ceremony arches couples are getting creative with their flowers with some opting for custom built structures to house their displays.

To match the floral drama of the flower displays with your wedding day look we would suggest our style Salome (Style 69717), a tulle and organza ballgown with breath-taking illusion high neckline and matching long, sheer, applique sleeves. The three-dimensional flowers which decorate the bodice and cascade down into the skirt of the dress will perfectly compliment the grandeur of the wedding blooms.



We hope that this blog on floral trends has given you the inspiration needed, when in the search for the perfect flower display.

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