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Wedding Flower Trends for 2013

English Garden Wedding BouquetFlowers play a key role in a wedding ceremony and reception décor. They still remain one of the main wedding elements regardless their short life and high cost. Wondering what are the key flower trends for 2013? Check out our wedding flower trends guide to figure out what should be in and what should be out in 2013.

Key Wedding Flower Trends 2013

What is in

Cascades promise to make a big comeback during the year. So be prepared to see the cascades decorating the aisles and guest tables. Cascades are elongated and slim and usually include the opulent types of blooms like tea roses and peonies.

What is out

Bouquets and arrangements with the dominating green color are a big taboo in this year’s wedding flower trends.

Cascade Flower Wedding Centerpiece

What is in

The English Garden theme is still a trend in bridal floristics, however, it went through slight change. Nowadays in vogue are the flowers that look opulent, but are still natural. They should look like the blooms have just been picked from the garden beds. Consider using flowers like hydrangea, ranunculus and garden roses that look fresh and opulent.

What is out

Avoid placing little bud vases in the row on the guest tables.

English Garden Wedding Bouquet

What is in

Seems like in 2013 brides got crazy about flower garlands in different variations starting from garlands with ribbons to the garlands hanging from chandeliers.

What is out

Orchid is not favored by the contemporary couples anymore since it cannot boast that look of a just picked flower.

Flower Garland as Wedding Centerpiece

What is in

Peonies are the key flowers of this year. According to the leading wedding florists, they are the most called-for flowers now. Delicate, rich and utterly soft, peonies are the great flowers to use both in your bridal bouquet and in the wedding table arrangements. However peonies are available only for 2 months, so you can replace them with the garden roses, which look similar to peonies, but are easier to find in seasons other than summer.

What is out

Leave the tall centerpieces we used to see in the middle of the guest tables in the past.

Peonies Bridal Bouquet

One Response to “Wedding Flower Trends for 2013”
  1. Liz

    I just love the idea with cascading flowers, thank you!

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