7 flower arrangement trends to try in 2019 – flower arrangement ideas


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A beautiful bouquet of flowers can brighten up even the grayest winter days, filling your space with much needed early spring sunshine.

The experts at Bloom & Wild online florists have made their predictions on the floral trends that will be important in 2019.

Here, head florist Caroline Grimble and floral stylists Amelia Christ and Rowan Lewis share their thoughts …

1. Coral

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“Coral will remain important in the floral world, with Pantone choosing it as the color of the year for 2019,” says Bloom & Wild.

2. Foliage and grasses

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“And a lot of them! They add nice texture and movement to an arrangement, and should be great for 2019 screens,” says Bloom & Wild.

3. Dried flowers

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Whether it’s a whole bunch or a simple dried flower added to an arrangement, this trend is only going to amplify. So expect to see plenty of seed heads and dried lavender, which make arrangements last so long, ”Bloom & Wild say. .

4. Solid color bouquets

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“Solid color bouquets, made up of a single color in a mix of flowers, are a big trend for 2019,” says Bloom & Wild. “It is very striking.”

5. Minimalism and Ikebana

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Minimalism and Ikebana (the Japanese art of flower arrangement) are two big trends for the most experimental and advanced florists among you. It’s mind-blowing at weddings and other events, ”says Bloom & Wild.

6. Dyed flowers

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“Dried flowers in natural colors and pastel / neon hues will be great. Especially in the fall,” says Bloom & Wild. And they just might become a future addition to the Flower Team’s limited edition “Pick” bouquets, featuring seasonal flowers in a limited edition arrangement.

7. Flowers grown in Great Britain

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“One trend that continues to endure is one of seasonality, to love and embrace the best of what you have throughout the year and, where possible, to use beautiful flowers grown in Great Britain, ”says Bloom & Wild.

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Rosalie M. Dehner