Flower Trends for your 2014 Wedding

December 30th, 2013 Carriage Flowers

 

As we inch closer to the New Year, that means you are one step closer to your 2014 wedding! It’s time to start planning the details of your big day – including the floral arrangements and bridal bouquets! Do you fancy yourself a “Lilies of the Valley” bride or are you more interested in a more classic bouquet of roses? With the help of bridal experts, we have combined a list of some of the top predicted wedding flower trends for 2014.

 

2014 Wedding Flower Trends | Carriage Flowers Chicago

The Color of the Year – Bright and bold colors are in the forecast for this year’s nuptials. The official authority on color, Pantone has recently announced that the color of the year is Radiant Orchid. The name in itself screams “wedding bouquet!” This daring, vibrant color is a great accent to add to your bridal party’s bouquets or in the center pieces at the reception. There’s no doubt that your big day will certainly be radiant with this fantastic shade of purple.

 

Roaring Twenties – With the successful release of The Great Gatsby, it’s no secret that the Roaring 20’s are alive and well when it comes to style, and now the era is making a name for itself in the wedding industry! Drawing inspiration from art deco, the collaboration of romantic hues and large monochromatic blooms with feather and rhinestone accents make these arrangements a high demand for 2014 brides.

 

Bold Individuals – To incorporate a sense of individuality to their otherwise uniform décor, it’s predicted that more couples will choose to mix and match different types of flowers with varying colors and shapes. The idea is to show off the personality of the couple and in this case, the brighter the better; coral, tangerine, sunshine yellow, hot pink, bright green, fuchsia and red and the colors suggested by Wedding Planner Magazine.

 

However you choose to accent your special day, there is a wide selection of flowers to choose from at Carriage Flowers. Browse our online store to see what types of arrangements we can provide you with!

 

(Posted by: Sara Jaworski of Carriage Flowers)

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