Trends By Deborah De La Flor, AIFD Deborah De La Flor is a world renowned floral designer and the Director of Grower Direct’s Design Team. She plays a similar role for other major floral companies such as FTD and Syndicate Sales (leading supplier of floral supplies in North America). Deborah has reached the podium at numerous floral design competitions and, in 2004, represented the United States at the Interflora World Cup of Floral Design. Needless to say, she knows her stuff! Here are a few wedding trends from Deborah De La Flor, AIFD.
Brides are looking for “bling” in their bouquets – diamond gems, coloured stones, pearls – tucked in the flowers. Though some brides are asking for trailing or cascade bouquets, hand-tied clusters are still the most popular. Hypericum berries are very popular in bouquets, corsages and boutonnieres. They come in a variety of colours to match any wedding décor. Hydrangeas are also very popular in wedding bouquets – sprigs can be used as
boutonnieres to match. Roses, as always, are the classic wedding flower and continue to maintain their popularity. Glass has become very popular as a container for wedding centerpieces. Single or multiple containers in a variety of shapes, cylinders, squares, rectangles or bubble bowls filled with stones, coloured marbles, glass and cluster style florals, make a definite statement.
Gown: Bridal Debut Hair: Elysium Make up: Dior Flowers by Kuhlmann’s Floral Boutique
Published on Jun 17, 2009
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