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Wedding flower trends for 2017/18 from Norfolk florists

06 Jun 2017

Discover the latest trends in wedding flowers from the experts in Norfolk

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Heart of Heidi

“Natural textures like poppy seed heads, thistles, succulents and grasses are in, and they look incredible combined with both real and handmade flowers. This trend is on the horizon for brides wanting arrangements rich in texture and individuality to match their favourite colour palette. Loose and unstructured bouquets will continue to be in style, with brides looking to personalise their flowers with unique touches. Handmade flowers add an imaginative element - whether your style is natural, muted, vibrant or classical. Recent trends for metallic or iridescent accents in wedding décor will continue, and with handmade flowers you could add gold or copper highlighted paper blooms to bring some shimmer to your bouquet.”



Forever Green Flowers and Wreaths

“Forever Green Flowers and Wreaths is a family-run business based in the village of Ormesby St Margaret near Great Yarmouth. We work from home in a lovely workshop in the grounds of our period, gothic revival gatehouse. Weddings are a passion of ours and we particularly love the current rustic trend, as it allows us to incorporate lots of beautiful foliage and wood, a lot of which we source from within our grounds. We make our own log centrepieces and dress them with different foliage to create form, texture and scent. Flowers or even feathers add a focal point.”



Bright and Beautiful Flowers

"We have noticed that shower bouquets are being requested a little more this year so maybe they are making a comeback. We enjoy doing these as they use a lot more of our floristry skills. We've also noticed a softer colour palette, especially blush pink and succulents featuring in both bouquets and centrepieces. We've already had some beautiful weddings this year with many more to follow."


Image: Michael Lyons Photography


Bridgets Flowers

“This season’s big trend has to be a favourite of ours so far. Our brides and grooms love the variety of different unusual foliages available this year using them predominantly on their archways, as table runners and even in their extremely loose, stylish hand-tied bouquets. This is a great example that less can sometimes be more and this allows brides with smaller budgets to still achieve something very ‘wow’ and on trend.”



Oops a Daisy Flowers

“Boho has been trending in the wedding scene for a while and is still an inspiration for brides in 2017/18. The bohemian wedding is still a popular choice. It's a style with character and a care-free, relaxed approach. Venues range from woodland to warehouse, but the one thing they have in common is nature. A colour palette of neutrals or jewel-toned blooms, big and blousey mixed with dainty wild look flowers, complete an eclectic mix. Foliage plays a big part by adding texture and movement and is used to adorn arches and bars. Table centres of mismatched crockery, jars and bottles with a touch of metallic, such as brass candlesticks, complete the look.”


Image: Fire Pit and Camilla


Crown House Flowers

“At Crown House Flowers, top trends and requests from brides this year have continued to include corals and navy. However, botanicals, foliage and masses of texture are a particularly strong theme. Letting the foliage work for you means a timeless, fresh and elegant look that works with any colour palette. We are always happy to consult without any obligation and have an eye for the unusual, but lots of experience with more traditional wedding floristry too.”


Image: Swanton Morley Studios


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