Check out our Q&A with  Pre-Dame: A Beauty Guide for the Everyday Girl, where we talked about four different wedding design trends! 

1) Pods and Foliage - Using pods in bridal bouquets has been a trend for a while now, including Eucalyptus, Lotus, and Scabiosa pods. In the summer time, Poppy pods are abundant at the market. This bouquet blends together Poppy pods and extra foliage for a natural, green style with some pops of color. The bouquet shown here includes Poppy pods, Eucalyptus, and Variegated Aspidistra with purple Roses and plum Dahlias. The bouquet has been wrapped in a simple plum-colored ribbon.

2) Airplants - Succulent plants have become increasingly popular at weddings. To take the trend a step further, brides are now including Airplants, like the Tillandsias seen in this bouquet. The silvery-green of the Tillandsias and Dusty Miller tone down the bright, warm hues of the Roses and Ranunculus. The bouquet is wrapped with both natural raffia and silver wire to give it a sense of bringing the old together with the new.

3) Gilded Accents - This bouquet is a current update on the classic all-white bouquet. Gold leaf florets are mixed among the ivory cabbage and ivory hybrid-tea roses. A soft gold sparkle dresses up the white hydrangea, and delicate gold-striped ribbon has been Roman-braided along the stems.

4) “Hand-Picked” Look - This trend continues to be popular with brides and is meant to appear as though the blooms have been freshly gathered from the field. This bouquet, which is both rustic and whimsical, includes Nigella, Astilbe, Mums, Anemones, Brunia, and Ruscus. Many brides are also asking for fresh herbs in their bouquets. This bouquet also includes “Mentha Jocka” -which gives it a wonderful, minty smell. Other herbs which brides are asking for include; Sage, Rosemary, Thyme, and Lavender. A loosely-tied double-looped bow finishes off this bouquet.
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