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Trending in Wedding Flowers Now: Wildflowers, Garlands, Canopies & Floral Wrapping Stations


When it comes to selecting your wedding flowers, the right florist can create masterpieces that bring a world of botanical dreams to your nuptials. We are noticing the latest trends in wedding flowers are dreamy concoctions, green and foliage heavy, wildflower and woodland entwined, and most certainly up, up and away! Taking the theming and styling trends of woodland, boho and vintage to a new level, here are some beautiful ideas to help you bring your wedding flowers into the now.


Thick, lustrous and luxurious.  Massive in depth and width at 30-40cm and draped, wedding garlands are having a BIG moment. 

Floral Garlands

Above: Velvety eucalyptus and rose combine here in a beautiful green and ivory display of thick garlands, styled across the table as centrepieces and draped across the front of a wet bar and other display areas to create visual impact and softness.  Images: Friend of Faux.

Karen Tran Garlands

Karen Tran Garlands

Above: While we know that most of you don't have a Karen Tran floral budget for your wedding day, isn't it fabulous to dream and be inspired by the world's very best floral artists for your own day?  Karen uses a heady combination of orchids and the puffiest of roses in these beautiful floral garlands.  The combination of pinks, tulle and sparkling crystal is a glamorous way to bring the most elegant of style to your wedding ceremony.  Image: Sarah Zimmer Photography.

Up, Up & Away

Creating a canopy over your wedding head table, ceremony entrance way, dance floor or break out space is a gorgeous way to bring richness to your whole room.  Adding flowers at height can really create glamour and elegance - abundance and light, colour and texture all entwined to enhance your wedding theme.  Ask your floral stylist about structure, chandeliers, and entwined candles in your hanging arrangements.  All of these create an abundance of beauty - your guests will love the romance and they photograph beautifully.

Pomp & Splendour Floral Canopy

I Got You Babe Photography

A dreamy display of nature dripping from the ceiling.  These woodland-inspired designs by Melbourne floral artist Pomp & Splendour.  Image: I Got You Babe Photography.

Preston Bailey

Cherry blossoms in abundance with crystal make a divine canopy over this wedding ceremony.  Designed and styled by the one and only Preston Bailey.

Aileen Tran Canopy

This stunning table by event stylist Aileen Tran is a gorgeous way to bring intimate romance to your head table, or a small wedding reception.  Draping flowers and soft linen with muted lighting is a sure-fire way to create intimacy and conversation.

Wildflowers, Natives & Succulents

In the world of weddings right now, there is a real call back to nature.  We are seeing succulents, Australian natives such as Kangaroo Paw and Eucalyptus, and wildflowers melded together for an unstructured floral display.  And it's really no wonder, as they all represent the theming and styling of woodland, rustic and vintage weddings which are taking wedding themes by storm right now.  Here are some beautiful examples of these combinations for your inspiration.

Circular Ink Photography

Bride's bouquet by Pomp & Splendour, photography by Circular Ink.

Heart & Colour Photography

Bride's bouquet by Pomp & Splendour, photography by Heart & Colour.


Boutonniere by Pomp & Splendour, photography by I Got You Baby photography.

Kate Robinson Photography

Stunning floral bridal halo makes a beautiful use of colour and texture.  Image: Kate Robinson photography.

Succulent Centrepieces

Succulent Centrepieces mixed with wildflowers.  Source unknown.

Floral Wrapping Stations

This is one trend that makes perfect sense and is a gorgeous way to send your flowers off after the big day.  We are seeing brides and grooms set up floral wrapping stations with cellophane, scissors, twine and ribbons, so that when the dancing has finished, your guests can create beautiful take-home arrangements for their own homes.  This lovely idea means there is no wasted flowers and your guests have a reminder of your centrepieces and floral displays in their homes for the week to come.  Beautiful.

Floral Wrapping Station

Floral wrapping station via Polka Dot Bride.  Image: Luke Chisholm Photography.

Main image by Lauren Campbell photography.

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