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Flowers are the perfect way to breathe life, color, and energy into your wedding day, especially if you have been waiting a long time for the moment to arrive. Fresh flowers are still the norm for all weddings, and with the vast selection we offer at Crystal Rose Floral Design, we can guarantee your vision will become a reality! 

These are the four wedding flower trends you should keep in mind for your big day! 

#1 Cascading Wedding Bouquet 

This classic style was all the rage in the 80’s and 90’s, and now it´s back with a twist. This wedding bouquet style features flowers that are tightly arranged at the top of the bouquet and taper down into an asymmetrical shape. 

In 2022 we are seeing cascading bouquets in an updated, garden-inspired look, using long greenery branches, vines, and pastel flowers to add color, airiness, and lots of texture. Other flowers perfect for this oversized bouquet idea are Phalaenopsis orchids, clematis, jasmine, and roses. 

#2 Purple Color Palettes 

“Very Peri” is the Pantone Color of the Year and one of the top wedding color trends for 2022! This color brings a touch of energy and vibrancy to your wedding flower arrangements, and because you only need a hint of it here and there to make an impact, it is easy to work into a range of decorative aesthetics. 

The color is easy enough to pair with other pastels, like blush or sage green, during the warmer months. But if you are worried about light blue and purple tones not fitting in with your wedding season, keep in mind that it is all about the accent colors you use to transform them.   

#3 Fluorescent Pastels 

Pastel colors have long been a staple of weddings, but in 2022, pastels are ready to be mixed with a multi-colored palette that brings all the joy to your special day. 

Adding a bright accent color like lilac or periwinkle is an effortless way to boost your color palette if subtle pastels, such as blush and pale yellow, feel too basic for your style. If you are having a fall or winter wedding, consider adding seasonal accent colors, like terracotta orange or olive green, as anchors for a pastel palette.  

#4 Dried Grass and Florals 

Pampas grass has been a huge trend in recent years for laid-back weddings. It is still a wedding favorite this year, but now it is combined with other dried grasses and botanical accents.  

If you love the cool, easygoing vibe of pampas grass but you want something a bit more unexpected, consider using other dried accents, like bunny tails, okra pods, iridescent Lunaria branches, bleached Ruscus, or oat stems. One of the wonderful things about including dried wedding florals is that many of them can be dyed to match any color scheme, which you will love if you are going for a modern, monochromatic look 

No matter what the popular trends dictate, your wedding should be the reflection of your personal style. At Crystal Rose Floral Design, we work together as a team to make your dream wedding a reality.  

 Contact us today to schedule your FREE floral consultation!