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Cascade or Not to Cascade ~ an update on Wedding Trends for late 2014 into 2015

If you are planning your wedding in 2015, I'd imagine you have started looking at photos on Pinterest and other online site of wedding bouquets and floral centerpieces. It's truly shocking how many options there are, right? First you have to decide on a floral colors and then you try to determine if you want formal, natural or fun floral designs. We're seeing just about every color being used this year in our wedding designs and as for styling, no one style choice seems to be more in demand than other. Many of our couples this year have chosen traditional romantic designs with a few even choosing cascade bouquets. As a designer, I just love these elegant and flowing bouquets and I'm hoping to see more brides choose them next year. 
Speaking of trends, we are seeing less and less "shabby chic, country and rustic" weddings for late 2014 and early 2015 and more couples choosing a more traditional theme but with a "natural feel" ~ such as an English Garden look. Very few couples are still asking for vintage bottles and mason jars and even less are asking for submersed flowers and designs with no foliage in compact style. 

Using interesting foliage and accent flowers appear to be the trend in most designs we are creating right now and compact designs with little movement or texture appear to be on an outgoing trend. 


Speaking of trends, would you consider a cascade bouquet like our beautiful bride Kimberly did for her wedding earlier this month? We thought her bouquet looks lovely against her ballgown and event though she is fairly tall and slender, we thought her bouquet helped to make her look more regal and commanding. If you are planning your wedding for 2015, we'd love to hear what you hope to do for your wedding flowers!! 

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