Bold and bright or soft and pretty? You'll find a look to suit your style in this season's top flower trends
Wedding bouquets to inspire you…
‘The trend for small wedding bouquets continues into 2020. They’re loose in style, with a just-gathered feel, fewer elements and a more monotone colour palette. Browns and muted colours are popular, too, with garden roses playing a central role in mid-summer.’ Lucy Hunter, The Flower Hunter
‘Many brides are moving away from oversized bouquets in favour of more proportional arrangements. Round bouquets are still a firm favourite with classic brides though.’ Gina Hardy, McQueens Flowers
‘Gold and blush shades of apricot are taking over from pinks and we’re seeing more slender cascade styles – they work well with most dress styles and silhouettes.’ Sabine Darrall, Floral & Event Design
We’re all about seasonality, using what’s available to us throughout the year. With sustainability at the very forefront of everyone’s mind, there’s no better time to celebrate varieties that are available close to home.’ Jemimah Jones, Hayford & Rhodes
‘When it comes to colour schemes, monochrome is a hot trend, with multiple flowers in different shades, tones, tints and saturations providing an extra dimension.’Michal Kowalski, Blooming Haus
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