Wedding Flower Trends 2021
A huge number of nuptials had to be rescheduled last year due to the pandemic which means 2021 will be the year of weddings. With lockdown restrictions easing, these events will be able to slowly start to go ahead as normal.
So, let’s take a look at the trends that may be popular this year!
What We’ll See at Weddings in 2021
Pantone Colours of the Year 2021
As mentioned in our previous blog article about the Pantone Colour of the Year, the significance of two colours being chosen will no doubt be brought through in weddings. Ultimate Grey and Illuminating were chosen as a great pairing, but first and foremost because of what they represent. A stylish but significant choice, these shades can be used throughout the floral decorations and bring even more joy to the celebration.
Pastel, Antique Colourway
In addition to the Pantone Colour of the Year, muted pastels will also make an appearance amongst decorations and bouquets. Vintage peaches, pinks and creams will be the main colour scheme and we predict that roses will be the bloom of choice for this palette. There’s no holding back this second (or more!) time round, weddings are happening, and they are going to be more colourful than ever.
Petite, Meaningful Arrangements
Mainly focusing on the bridal party bouquets, smaller seems to be better this year. Understated and minimalistic yet still making a statement by putting more thought into what flowers, foliage and colours will be chosen. The meaning behind every bloom and shade will be the most important thing for brides this year, as well as the ability to enjoy this special day with their loved ones.
This might be a silly question, but do you remember Princess Diana’s stunning cascading bouquet? Flowing out of her hands, this shape of bridal bouquet is making a comeback this year, combined with the colourways mentioned above. Stunningly versatile, the cascading bouquet can be short and sweet or near enough floor length and packed full of beautiful, eye catching blooms.
Changing Up Table Centrepieces
Instead of high rising centrepieces, you will see an increase in low-level tablescaping in order to make room for conversation and socialising. With such a lack of both in 2020, these events will be the ideal opportunities for friends and family to catch up and enjoy each other’s company. By incorporating horizontal floral pieces and decorating with small knick knacks, it paves the way for dialogue and much desired chit-chat amongst guests.
Wedding Floral Decorations from Magic Flower Company
We love weddings and believe that flowers are one of the best features of them. If you are looking for long-lasting florals for your wedding this year, look no further. At the Magic Flower Company, we create bespoke, preserved wedding flower arrangements tailored to your specifications.
Get in touch with us today to find out more what we can do for you.