6 of the hottest wedding flower trends for 2015
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“Next summer, brides will choose softly-coloured blooms that reflect the gentle tones of the English garden,” says Judith, professional florist and principal of The Judith Blacklock Flower School. “Instead of having a massed rose bouquet or other bouquet of one single flower, choose mixed flowers that look like they could come from the garden.” We love the look of sweet peas, garden roses and tulips.
If you’re having an autumn wedding, then why not choose flowers inspired by the woodland? “Try ferns, foxgloves and blowsy roses,” says Sabine. “The look you’re going for is unstructured and wild.” You could even use acorns, oak leaves and moss in your centrepieces to really reflect the season.
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“Pastels, soft whites and creams are definitely the dominant colours of the season,” agrees Jo Hornsby of The Daisy Chain. Here at Wedding Ideas, we particularly love the look of peonies in ice cream shades like peach, lemon and pink.
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