2019 sees a return to bold blooms, and striking textures, and we can't wait!

Dried Botanicals

Dried Botanicals Pampas grass and palm fronds wedding decorPampas Grass Backdrop Wedding

A firm fave with boho brides everywhere, dried botanicals - such as palm fronds and pampas grass - are dramatic additions to any wedding décor, adding texture and height whether used as table centrepieces, arches, ceremony backdrops or...anything else.

Floral Jewellery

flower floral jewellery

Farmgirl Flowers

Taking the hair garland to the next level, we're now seeing floral bracelets, anklets and neckpieces on boho brides.

Wreaths & Arbours

bridesmaid flower wreaths

Luxe Event Productions

Circles are still our favourite floral shape this year and we'll see reinvented wreaths carried by bridesmaids, hanging above altars as ceremony backdrops, atop tables with candelabras in the centre - wherever clever couples can think to use them. 

Round floral arbourRound floral wreaths hangings

Fig Tree Photography Plum Sage Flowers

Round floral arbours are another fresh look we love, symbolising eternal love and creating a spectacular floral solution to the wedding ceremony décor dilemmas.


Moss Table Runner Wedding DecorMoss Letter Bar Wedding Decor

Michelle Gardella Photography

The latest green that has to be seen is moss, which ties in with one of this year's fresh themes - woodland romance. Reminiscent of fairytales in the forest, moss-covered table, moss table runners or mossy indoor walls behind dessert bars are bound to be seen at gorgeous weddings in 2018.


anthurium wedding centrepieceanthurium wedding backdrop

Kaity Brawley Photography

A serious statement flower with its glossy, heart-shaped petals, anthuriums are tropical, modern and a terrific addition to add that wow factor to any bouquet or centrepiece.

Ultra Violet

ultra violet bouquetultra vibrant violet table setting wedding decoration


With this vivid purple named as Pantone's Colour of the Year for 2018, it's clear violet blooms are going to be back...big time. Whether you choose an all-purple bouquet or mix vivid violet with deeper plum shades and glossy greenery, we're loving the mystery of this on-trend shade.

The natural approach

Driftwood centrepiece wedding decorpetal aisle wedding decor

From fallen leaves to branches, innovative florists are adding unexpected, organic elements to floral arrangements in a relaxed way that's every boho bride's dream.

Sculptural Blooms

pink wedding flowers

Jeff Leatham

Inspired by floral genius Jeff Leatham (celebrity florist of choice and star of Foxtel's Flowers Uncut) flowers are so much more than flowers. Creative floral decorators are sculpting blooms into dramatic chandeliers, archways and draping canopies.

Discover other floral trends

Modern Mandalas

Wedding Modern Mandalas flowers

Erica Melissa

Well known in the art world, mandalas have crossed over and become our new floral fantasy.

Whether you use them atop tables to create artistic centrepieces or have one surround you on the grass at the altar of an outdoor ceremony, mandalas made from flowers, twigs, petals and sometimes fruit, are a free-spirited and photogenic addition to any wedding day.


Tropical wedding themesTropical wedding table decor

Imaj Photography | Gray Door Photography

Think palm fronds and banana leaves, colourful flowers, tropical fruits. In addition to seeing these tropical treats included in wedding bouquet and reception floral arrangements, we've seen plant prints expand to stationery, furniture, clothing and more.

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