With garden party weddings trending & our own DIY wedding floral series, you could say we're wedding flower crazy.
We may not be wedding florists ourselves. But, we're certainly lusting for all things wedding florals these days. Following our favorite wedding florists on Instagram & taking advice from our favorite floral friends, it's exciting to see new trends in wedding flowers. If 2022 is the year of the garden wedding, then we want to know what that's going to look like…
Will the popular, bohemian Pampas grass stick around for yet another year? Are Roses coming back in style? How will Pantone's 2022 Color of the Year – Very Peri – factor into wedding florals this year? (I'm guessing loads of soft purple & light blue Larkspur & Delphinium!) Dried flowers have been popular thanks to their texture & ever-lasting, sustainable qualities. Will they survive another wedding season?
Online-based rent & return flower company Something Borrowed Blooms is spilling the tea on what colors, flowers & wedding floral trends we can expect to see in 2022.
Color is here to stay.
Last year, bold colors started to make a comeback and that trend is to stay for a while. We’re seeing many of our 2022 brides opting for bolder color palettes. Expect to see lots of bright pinks, purples, reds, and oranges this year.
‘Earthy Neutrals' are a close second.
Muted earthy hues are running for a close second in our color trend predictions. Perhaps a compromise between the neutrals of the past and the bold of the future. Sunset, mauve, rust, and amber tones will make an appearance as a safe alternative to full color.
Texture on texture.
Wedding and rental trends always tend to follow the trends in interior design. And with that, it should be no surprise that rattan, pampas and dried floral elements will be a popular choice this year. You’ll see this trend pulled into wedding florals, along with ceremony and reception decor as well.
We’ve seen over-the-top florals on the celebrity front this year. You may recall Paris Hilton’s ceremony floral install, which included over $100K worth of fresh flowers to serve as the ceremony backdrop. Expect full-floral arches and larger-than-life ceremony installs to be the focus in 2022.
Something Borrowed Blooms is an online-based rent & return floral company specializing in premium silk wedding flower collections and decor. Owners and cousins, Lauren and Laken, are on a mission to modernize the way brides plan and pay for their wedding flowers.