2013 Wedding Flower Trends

Posted by on Mon, Mar 18 2013 11:16:00

We're going Victorian!!, an online wholesale wedding flower provider, predicts wedding flower trends for spring of 2013. They have been listening to their brides’ requests and working with their in-house floral designer to predict this year’s spring wedding flower trends. Their predictions include combinations of soft pastels, barely-there-pinks and warm ivories paired with silvery greens and coupled with small bursts of brighter colors -- all arranged into large free-flowing bouquets and arrangements.

Brides will be looking for a romantic color pallet, with pastels and warm, earthy tones making a huge statement. Blushing pinks, light lavenders, warm peach colors and creamy ivories will be popular colors set against gray, blue and silver-tinged greens like lambs ear, dusty miller and seeded eucalyptus.

Spring flowers such as creamy white anemones, tulips, daffodils, and blooming cherry blossom branches, paired with fuller flowers like hydrangeas, garden roses and lisianthus will be used to create elaborate and full arrangements. “Last year we saw considerably brighter spring flowers but this year we are expecting to see more traditional spring flowers in soft pastels combined with texture-rich flowers arranged in romantic, Victorian-inspired designs,” said CEO Liza Roeser.


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