Experts reveal the 2021 wedding flower trends

No wedding is complete without gorgeous flowers and fashion-forward florists Blooming Haus share their vision of what's chic for the year ahead

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From the all-important bridal bouquet to the fragrant table centrepieces, beautiful flowers play a big part in the overall theme of your wedding day. The pros at Blooming Haus reveal the ultimate 2021 wedding flower trends to keep an eye out for.

2021 Wedding Flower Trends

Promote Local 

We’ve seen a huge increase in couples making a conscious choice to use locally grown and sourced flowers – and lots of them. Recycling, upcycling, or initiatives like our 2019 programme of planting trees for every wedding and event we produce will become more commonplace. 

Back to Nature

As concerns for the environment have grown, we’ve witnessed a shift towards flowers that feel organic and are naturally styled. Wooden elements in a design give the natural look the edge. If the rustic vibe isn’t for you, think marble and stone instead.

Tactile Touches

With a move away from the Pinterest-led florals we’re used to, designers and couples are looking for new ways to inject their personality. Natural textures, fabrics and pairings used cleverly will delight guests.  

Embrace Simplicity

We’re seeing more brides embracing the idea that less is more. Beautiful flowers, perfect in form and design, and just enough of everything rather than an abundance of floral pieces at every point of the day. 

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Share the Love

As well as going local, we’re also getting more requests for multi-use arrangements to create an eco-friendly wedding. For example, large urn arrangements at the altar can be taken to the reception venue and used to create a show-stopping look.


Complementing all things natural, you can expect to see pared-down colour schemes with requests tending towards neutral shades with subtle colour variations, as well as well-known combinations. Natural tones will become more visible, with whites and greens dominating the wedding scene.

Centre of Attention

Table centrepieces are on the move. Gone are the days of guests not being able to see each other across the table – floral arrangements are staying low. Couples will be looking for more off-table arrangements, such as floral sculptures and suspended installations to wow guests.

Bridal Buzzwords

The wedding floral buzzwords to look out for will be light, ethereal, delicate and, of course, sustainable.

Further reading: The secrets of a wedding stylist