What are the Wedding Trends for 2014 in Flowers and Decor likely to be? With the continuing trend of rustic, vintage and shabby-chic, many couples may be focusing on how to bring the natural beauty of the Cotswold countryside into their wedding.
Inspiration for your Winter/early Spring Wedding may come from the woodland. Accents of moss and twigs, even log slices are becoming increasingly popular alongside natural plantings of bulbs like Muscari and Narscissi. Potted plants from delicate Violas to luscious Succulents are also becoming trendy. Plant in querky containers like vintage terracotta pots, retro milk bottles, jam jars or even recycled tin cans for a stunning display. Of course, this not only adds colour and texture, but is adds your personal style to your wedding. Added bonus, these pots make great keepsakes for your guests!
Moving into Summer, the romantic effortless look works perfectly for your Cotswold Country Wedding. Unstructured, dramatic and wild arrangements using garden/meadow flowers such as Cornflowers, Nigella and Scabious or blowsy blooms such as Peonies, Hydrangea and Garden Roses will all look stunning. Brides looking for a truly romantic country style may like to “top off the look” with a floral crown or delicate circlet which is also right on trend!
Look out for our next piece on 2014 Colour Trends!