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2024 Wedding Flower Trends with Rhubarb

From wispy British grown to sculptured shape and form, here are 4 wedding flower trends we think will be blooming through weddings of 2024.

1. British Grown

Inspired by wild gardens, the British grown trend is loose, wispy and wild. This look is crafted using flowers such as cosmos, dahlias, zinnias, sweet peas and many more beautiful British grown flowers. Although the season is quite short, we love that this theme supports our local flower growers. We love visiting the fields where all the magic happens. This style allows the flowers to show their natural form and beauty.

2. Tonal Colours

If you love a pop of colour then this trend is for you. This monochromatic style is created by using different hues and tones of the same colour, whilst adding variations of texture creating depth and interest. You can go bright and bold or muted and calm, make a statement on your big day.

3. Shape & Form

Lets step away from traditional and make a visual impact. We like to describe this trend as sculptured as it allows shape and structure to create a unique aesthetic. A combination of flowers such as Anthuriums, Calla Lillies, Poppies, Amaranthus, grasses and branches can be used to achieve this look.

4. Non-floral Accents

A fun way to spice up your wedding day is by adding a non-floral accent such as bows, fruit and veg, pearls, you name it! This trend can add interest to your wedding theme and who wouldn’t love a table centrepiece they can nibble on. This classy way to incorporate your theme in to your wedding flowers is a great way to subtly tie in personality, accessories, culture and more.
We are now taking bookings for 2024 and 2025 weddings. If you would like a free quote for your wedding flowers, get in touch by clicking the link or get in touch via email or calling us on 01302 482017.