Top Florals for Spring 2017

A word we would use to sum up this Spring’s floral trends: subtle. It’s no surprise that muted tones and greenery is one of this year’s wedding trends, but we want to break it down into something a little simpler- the arrangement of florals! Whether it’s the details in your bouquet or the crowns on your flower girls’ head, you’ll definitely want to consider these colors and tones for your Spring 2017 wedding.

Elegance

When we think of an elegant wedding we think one with dahlias, calla lilies, orchids, or hydrangeas. These florals work so well with weddings that are going for a simple yet elegant tone with little-to-no pops of color. These florals are becoming such a huge hit due to their prettiness and formal look. They are great for pictures and surprisingly not heavy to carry around all night.

Photo via AZ Photos

Give us More Green

We’ve said it before and we’re happy to say it again, this year is all about the greenery! You might think that pops of color in a bouquet or décor is mandatory but this so isn’t the case anymore. Due to there being are so many different shades of green, the opportunities for arrangements are endless. Think muted olive branch greens paired with lighter foliage as an example. Go crazy with this one, as it is a very forgiving option for wedding bouquets and décor!

Photo via Chelsea Morgan Photography

Photo via Chelsea Morgan Photography

Muted and Muddy

Yes, we said muddy. It is time to be unafraid of taking on the beautiful, chaotic look when it comes to your wedding décor. This can include pairing colors like a dark brown or grey with whites or even darker yellows. Maybe even think of the worst ideal color palette and Pinterest that look to see what can be done. You might lead yourself into a whole other floral world you never imagined before!

Photo via Ashley Rae Photography

Dark Pops

Since creams and off-whites are over-taking bright whites, the range of pairing opportunities has only gotten bigger. With darker pops of color such as deep reds and navy blues, you can also pair it with other bright colors to even out the subtlety of your bouquet or décor. A bright orange is totally possible with a dark navy blue or a red wine colored flower.

Photo via AZ Photos

The best thing about floral arrangements is how forgiving they can be. The simple fact that they’re flowers means so much opportunity for creativity and, they’re just so pretty! Go with your heart when it comes to choosing your color palette and the rest will surely fall into place. Happy flower hunting!

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