ProFlowers floral designers Mallory Littleton and Kate Law put together some amazing ideas for using flowers as part of the latest trends.
A few of my favorite of their ideas are below:
” Blue hydrangeas, delphiniums and irises pair with shades of lavender, purple orchids and blue-green succulents to form displays as cool and relaxing as a dip in the bay.”
This color scheme is calming, subtle, and so pretty. It makes me want to take a trip to the beach!
ProFlowers floral designers said they expect more people to use bouquets that feature only a single variety of flower, such as a large grouping of purple tulips or pink peonies rather than a combination of colors and blooms in the same vase.
I love the idea behind this trend and can think of many ways to make it work.
The brilliant, bold merging of vibrant colors such as hot pink, orange, lime green, yellow and scarlet definitely catches the eye.
Colorful rainbows of blooms are perfect for celebrations like birthdays (it really makes me think Cinco De Mayo) but can also be used to bring pops of color to a neutral space. Just think how many smiles a bouquet in these bright hues would bring to you at your office!
This is my favorite – the combination of soft pastels, flowing textures, earthy elements like the burlap (absolutely love the lace on the edge).
The subtle combinations make me think of a spa day or maybe a quiet afternoon in a peaceful garden, curled up in the sunshine with a good book.
For more creative floral ideas and trends, go to ProFlowers.com blog.
What are your favorite floral trends for 2014?