The Hottest Floral Trend Right Now

Jun 18, 2020 | Planning

Dried flowers are this year's biggest floristry trend. It's time to dust off their old-fashioned reputation and fall in love with the sun-bleached hues and variety of textures thanks to this editorial photographed by Fine Art Curation member Geraldine Le Blanc Photography. Dried flowers, like these by Da Fiori Design, lend themselves to both vintage and modern weddings, and incorporating unusual blooms, seed pods, dried grasses and other lasting botanicals into your day makes for some pretty wow-worthy wedding décor.

While dried flowers can be less colourful and fragrant than their fresh incarnations, these everlasting beauties have beautiful muted and warm tones as well and endless varieties of shape and texture. From bold stems and seed pods to ethereal grasses and flowers you can incorporate them across your day in bouquets, boutonnieres, backdrops, hanging flowers and centrepieces. And if you're worried about versatility, don't be - there's a lot more to dried flowers than just dried roses or lavender (although, we love those, too!). Whether you choose an entirely dried bouquet, or combine dried elements with fresh blooms for your wedding day, we're simply head over heels for this trend! If you still need convincing just take a look at the inspiration below...

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vendor details

Photographer: Geraldine Le Blanc Photography | Film Lab: Richard Photo Lab | Stylist / Planner: Adelaide Design | Floral Designer: Da Fiori Design | Dress Designer: Tara Lauren | Accessories: Ribbon: Cfleurs Design | Hair & Make-up Artist: Joanna Stella Papathanasiou | Workshop: Boheme Workshops | Host: Vasia Photography | Co-Host: Lele Chan

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