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Summer flower trends you need to know about

Summer flower trends you need to know about: Image 1 Here's what Caroline Grimble, Lead Florist at Bloom&Wild predicted will be the most popular this summer...

1. Pampas Grass is a growing trend this season all the way from the '70s as I'm sure you've seen all over your favourite Instagram accounts. It's set to take over this wedding season featuring in large displays to catch attention.

2. Coral will stay big in the floral world with Pantone choosing it as 2019's Colour of the Year.

3. Foliage and grasses... and lots of them! They add beautiful texture and movement to an arrangement and are set to be big for 2019 displays.

4. Dried flowers. Whether it's a whole bouquet or just the odd dried flower added into an arrangement, this trend is only getting bigger. So expect to see lots of seed heads and dried lavender, which make arrangements last such a long time.

5. Block-colour bouquets, made with one colour in a mix of flowers, is a big trend for 2019. It's very striking.

6. Flower Clouds. This summer is set to be full of flower clouds, some might say they are the new flower wall. These arrangements look perfect suspended above tables to bring a whole new level to your floral decoration.

 
2020 award finalist makes the perfect wedding gift

2020 award finalist makes the perfect wedding gift

Berserks GlassWorks' fused glass pocket hearts - which were Finalists in the Giftware Association...

 
Big milestone for wedding ring specialists

Big milestone for wedding ring specialists

Smooch has been selling wedding rings to couples at home for the last 20 years. The company has now sold...

 
Financial considerations for couples planning a wedding

Financial considerations for couples planning a wedding

Svenja Keller, head of Wealth Planning at Killik & Co has some stellar advice for couples...

 
Top 5 Tips to Celebrate Your ‘Would Have Been’ Wedding Day

Top 5 Tips to Celebrate Your ‘Would Have Been’ Wedding Day

Wedding and event planner Hannah Rose, Complete Rose Events, wanted to bring some...