Notable Wedding Flower Trends for 2018

Notable Wedding Flower Trends for 2018

Here’s another excellent overview video showcasing the latest wedding flower trends for 2018, and highlighting what you can expect to see in wedding flowers this year, including more flowers, bigger bouquets, and distinctive blooms as brides express their uniqueness through the use of flowers.

Notable looks include “Magnificent Mediterranean”, “Incarnations of Earths Elements”, “Positively Posh” and “Folk Art Reinvented”.

If you’re planning a wedding, this is a video we think you will really enjoy. Watch and see if you agree.

I trust you liked that, and came away with a bit of inspiration from these wedding flower trends that you can use for your own wedding or special event.

If you plan to do some or all of the flowers yourself, the flowers and supplies showcased in the video can readily be bought online at websites such as FiftyFlowers, BloomsbytheBox and GlobalRose, as well as from your local florist.

If you want to substitute some affordable silk flowers, you can find an awesome selection online at Nearly Natural or at many craft stores like Hobby Lobby and Michaels, or again by ordering them through your local florist.

One additional bit of advice, if I may. When using silk flowers, I always recommend combining them with fresh foliages whenever possible, as it will help to keep your arrangements looking more natural.

Before continuing, I guess I’d better tell you who I am. My name is Greg Johnson, the guy who created, and sharing awesome wedding flower pictures and videos is honestly the key reason for me having chosen to create FlowersFloralFlorist. That’s it! That’s all.

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