Florists from Bloom & Wild have put together their top floral trends for 2019. Here's what Caroline Grimble, Lead Florist and Amelia Christoffers and Rowan Lewis, Floral Stylists at Bloom&Wild predicted:
- Coral will stay big in the floral world with Pantone choosing it as 2019’s Colour of the Year
- Foliage and grasses... and lots of them! They add beautiful texture and movement to an arrangement and are set to be big for 2019 displays.
- Dried flowers. Whether it’s a whole bouquet or just the odd dried flower added into an arrangement, this trend is only getting bigger. So expect to see lots of seed heads and dried lavender, which make arrangements last such a long time.
- Block-colour bouquets, made with one colour in a mix of flowers, is a big trend for 2019. It’s very striking.
- Minimalism and Ikebana (the Japanese art of flower arrangement) for the more experimental and advanced florists amongst you. It’s stunning at weddings and other events
- Dried flowers in natural colours and dyed pastel/neon shades. Especially in the Autumn.
- A trend that continues to endure is that of seasonality, loving and embracing the best of what you have throughout the year and wherever possible using beautiful British-grown flowers. In terms of style.