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Wedding Floral Designs: Top Trends Inspiring Brides in 2019

Wedding Floral Designs: Top Trends Inspiring Brides in 2019

With winter winding down and temperatures starting to rise, flowers will soon be in bloom just in time to prepare for the beginning of wedding season. Whether you’re a bride planning your big day or an event planner working with a client to fulfill their vision, it’s always a good idea to get ahead when planning your floral arrangements. The Crescent Beach Club accommodates your unique floral designs and will work with you to transform your setting into a floral fantasy. Here are some of the hottest trends debuting this year to consider for your wedding:

Wreaths

Wreaths for wedding floral designs

Wreaths are traditionally associated with the holiday season.  However, wreaths make beautiful additions to the decor and are an elegant way to lead your guests to your celebration. One popular trend this year is enclosing a traditional welcome sign in a floral wreath. This trend will take your greeting to the next level. Some couples are also turning to monogrammed wreaths as a decoration for entrance doors. Customizing wreaths provides endless choices with the diversity of flowers, greenery, and accents.

Lei Curtains and Hangings

When you stand on the beach at The Crescent Beach Club you already feel like you’re in paradise. Play off that theme with one of this year’s trendiest arch designs: floral lei curtains and hangings. Cascading down from your arch, beachside or indoors, this beautiful display of romance and elegance will have guests in awe. You could also hang these strips of flowers down from fixtures above guest tables in the ballroom or in entrance ways. Like wreaths, these hangings are customizable.  They can be made with any flower that matches your color palette and other floral choices.

Moss Garland

Believe it or not, these foresty, flowerless plants are said to be highly requested for floral garlands – a trend in itself. The moss is often the base and other flowers and ferns are added. At a beachfront destination venue, the moss may bring to mind the canopies of tropical rainforests. They can be hung on outdoor and indoor arches or on ceiling fixtures (interior or within tents).

High Contrast Bouquets

Many brides often turn to the classic look of white bouquets with a little pastel color sprinkled in. This year, floral trends are showing more and more brides requesting unique bouquets with unexpected dark hues set against pale tones. Notice above how the white roses contrast with the dahlias and pepper berry foliage.  This creates a truly eye-catching and original display. If you’re looking beyond the usual floral fare for your bouquet, these high contrast bouquets may be for you. Flowers aren’t just for bouquets and centerpieces today. More and more brides are using flowers from their themes as a substitute for traditional veils. Some trending ideas include:

Floral Hair Accessories

Flowers aren’t just for bouquets and centerpieces today. More and more brides are using flowers from their themes as a substitute for traditional veils. Some trending ideas include:

  • Braided updos with small buds like baby’s breath
  • Roses for half-up, half-down looks
  • Updos and with statement flowers like sunflowers
  • Loose waves with a floral crown
  • And circling back to wreaths, you can even use tiny wreaths as hair accessories for bridesmaids or flower girls

You can coordinate with your florist and your stylist to come up with the perfect look to incorporate flowers and ferns in your wedding-do.

Tropical Plants and Flowers

As a beachfront wedding destination, providing tropical plants and flowers is part of The Crescent Beach Club’s mission. From the real palm trees shipped in every May to the tropical ferns incorporated throughout the venue, our venue is already on trend.  Many guests utilize additional tropical plants and flowers on their arches, centerpieces, and ceiling decor. When it comes to tropical wedding floral design, we’re already experts.