Wedding Floristry Trends 2024

Wedding Flowers, Wedding Style

Blooming Into the Future

As we head into the world of wedding floristry in 2024, brides and grooms are looking for more than just flowers – they are seeking a symphony of trends that elevate their special day to new heights. From bold colour palettes to sustainable choices, let’s explore the top wedding floristry trends 2024 that are set to blossom here in the UK.

BOLD HUES

In 2024, expect to see a shift towards richer and bolder colour choices. Couples are moving away from traditional pastels and instead, embracing the drama of deep burgundies, emerald greens, and royal blues. It’s a trend that adds a touch of opulence to floral arrangements, making a bold statement that captivates the eye.

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SUSTAINABLE FLORISTRY

2024 is the year of eco-conscious weddings. Couples are opting for locally sourced and sustainably grown flowers, reducing the carbon footprint of their celebrations. From wildflower bouquets to potted plant centrepieces, the emphasis is on minimizing waste and embracing the beauty of nature. Of course, we grow many of our own blooms here at Wharfedale Grange, so you can be assured that your wedding blooms are as eco-conscious as can be.

DRIED FLORALS

Dried flowers have seen a popularity increase over the last couple of years, especially with grasses and seed heads. 2024 will see this trend continuing as couples look to preserve flowers in order to keep a piece of their wedding day forever. Whether incorporated into bouquets, boutonnieres, or table arrangements, dried florals add a touch of nostalgia, making each bloom a cherished memory.

Wedding florist trends 2024

Statement Installation Pieces

Move over traditional archways; 2024 is all about grand floral installations. Suspended floral chandeliers, cascading walls of blooms, and intricate ceiling installations are all the rage in 2024. These statement pieces create a breathtaking backdrop, turning wedding venues into immersive floral wonderland and giving your guests an Insta-worthy backdrop.

Less is More

Minimalism is back!

For couples who believe in the beauty of simplicity, minimalist blooms are gaining popularity. Clean lines, monochromatic palettes, and understated arrangements create an elegant and modern aesthetic. Focusing on the lush greenery of foliage, couples are incorporating foliage-heavy designs. From eucalyptus to ferns, these arrangements add texture and depth to wedding florals. It’s a trend that proves that sometimes, less truly is more.

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Edible Florals

Edible florals take centre stage in 2024, bringing a feast for the senses to the wedding table. From floral-infused cocktails to edible flowers adorning wedding cakes, couples are embracing the idea of tasting the beauty that surrounds them.

As we step into the vibrant tapestry of wedding floristry trends in 2024, one trend stands out as a celebration of nature’s ever-changing beauty – the embrace of seasonal blooms. Couples are choosing flowers that align harmoniously with the time of their wedding, creating a connection to the natural world that adds depth and meaning to their celebration.

Native Wildflowers

With sustainability in mind, more and more couples are opting to think outside the box and celebrate our native wildflowers. This trend showcases the diversity of blooms found right on home soil and shows that you don’t have to have expensive non-native blooms in your bouquet for it to look amazing.

Dahlia’s Take Centre Stage

The traditional blousy English Dahlia is the flower of choice right now. And it comes in some amazing shades too. It’s big, it’s blousy, it’ll knock your wedding guests for six! With its diverse shapes and vibrant colours, is emerging as a star in 2024. From bouquets to centrepieces, dahlias are becoming a go-to flower for couples looking to make a bold statement.

Wedding Floristry Trends 2024

Here at Floristry by Wharfedale Grange, we love to see the trends evolve and change along with the seasons and we’re always ready to embrace a new way of working with different plants, flowers and foliage. Why not contact us today to discuss your floristry plans for your wedding.

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