2016 Wedding Flower Trends

From dresses to decor, the world of design and fashion are highly influential on wedding flower trends.
With Rose Quartz and Serenty Blue announced as the Pantone colors of the year, we can expect these colors to bring a kind of calm and relaxation to the wedding palette that allows for romance to thrive.

Pantone further suggests, “Appealing in all finishes, matte, metallic and glossy, the engaging combo joins easily with other mid-tones including greens and purples, rich browns, and all shades of yellow and pink. Add in silver or hot brights for more splash and sparkle.

We’re already seeing the remnants of the age of romance in spring wedding dress design trends. Dress decoration of lace, feathers and floral applique are evocative of the romantic art deco era of the 1920’s and 30’s. Also reminiscent of this period, we’ll see influences of geometric patterns and glamorous metallics. With more romance in mind, look for ruffles, puffy sleeves, and off the shoulder looks.

For 2016 weddings, there are 4 major floral trends that are burning up Pinterest boards the world over. Flower Trends Forecast breaks them all down for us…

Our Studley’s bridal consultants and floral designers know these trends simply serve as the inspiration to help our brides exhibit her own personal style. These photos are examples of our work, where we recently worked with the bride to add her personal flair to the Lavish trend.

The bride’s bouquet is a lush, cascading arrangement filled with color and texture featuring garden roses, pepper berry, celosia, calla lilies, herbs and peppers.

We incorporated a memorial photo of the bride’s father in a small silver framed pendant with white sheer ribbon – a subtle symbolic accent, but a significant measure of comfort to the bride.


We’ve seen a growing interest in floral crowns for the bridal party, as a natural floral headdress on the wedding day. Another indication that romance in wedding design is in full bloom!  In this case, the flower girl accesorized with a perfectly natural combination of garden flowers and berries, loosely woven amongst luxe laurel leaves.


We created these boutonnieres for the groom and groomsmen with pale yellow Calla lilies and roses with a soft blush.


Studley’s designers produced these botanically diverse and stunningly colorful table centerpieces.
We conceived these custom accent arrangements to complement the rustic wedding setting.
The couple invited intimacy with photos and postcards to bring both absent and present loved ones closer together.


Special thanks to the bride and to the photographer, Laura Ann Miller for allowing us to showcase our work in their photos.

If you are planning a wedding for 2016, congratulations! Let Studley’s help you reveal your unique style in your wedding flower selections. Our designers consider each wedding, no matter the size, as a custom wedding. Your initial 1-hour consultation is free. We recommend that you schedule a private consultation with our designer at least 3-6 months prior to your wedding date.

Ask us about our Plant Rental Services!

My Pro Tip! It doesn’t get any more personal than DIY. Creative and fun loving brides can opt for our DIY sessions! Using our design space to create your own bouquets is not only a budget friendly solution, but it’s also a perfect excuse to gather your attendants and make it a party, or to find some quiet reflection time just before the big day.

We have access to multiple floral wholesale providers, allowing us to source all of your flowers for your wedding. For the bride looking to purchase loose flowers to create your own wedding flowers, we offer quantity discounts on select types of flowers. Here’s what our DIY package includes:

  • Use of Studley’s design space
  • Studley’s Professional Floral Designer on hand to answer questions
  • Use of floral supplies and tools, such as tape, wire and clippers
  • Storage of flowers in our coolers until your wedding day

Rates are $125 for the first 2 hours, $50 per hour each additional hour. Fresh flowers to be purchased from Studley’s. We recommend scheduling your design session for 2 days prior to your wedding day.

Sessions are available after 3pm or after our regular business hours, so gather the girls, chill the wine and schedule your DIY Session today!

See you at Studley’s!

Written by Molly Meulenbroek


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