Wedding Floral Trends For Fall 2016
Even with all the rustic barn venues, I’ve found that brides are seeking family homes as a place to take their vows. With that said, the country and woodsy look is wildly popular. They seem to go hand in hand with the looser and full bouquet. With an occasional bride seeking some pops of color, the pale colors continue to be a favorite, such as ivory, peaches, blushes, and natural soft colored greenery. Arbor decorations are a beautiful backdrop whether natural or with enhancements of florals.
As we go into the late summer early fall season for weddings; succulents, herbs, and feathers begin to appear again. Centerpieces of a natural look with candlelight as an accent will stay strong through the year.
With DIY weddings becoming more common, it is still good to seek the opinions and expertise of a wedding specialist in the floral industry to help guide you and alleviate pressure and worry on the day of your wedding. The last thing a bride and her family needs is extra things to concern themselves with on the wedding day or days leading up to it. Seeking a professional opinion is still a great way to guarantee a perfect day that will bring vivid memories to all involved.