What's new in wedding floral palettes?


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Fresh new inspirational floral palettes for weddings in 2022 filled with 'joie de vivre', whilst most people look to the future and look to personalise their style, others are focused on traditions as we see nostalgic palettes return. There's a floral palette for everyone. Which will you choose?

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Simple sleek this palette features lots of white and occasionally a pale blue and yellow accents bring a fresh energy to the wedding.

Contrasting natural textures and new innovative materials include smooth leather, crisp cotton fabrics and rough cork contrasted with plastics made from algae and mycelium, a self-growing fungus.

Styling is relaxation, welcoming  with an emphasis on multifunctional and recycling. Consider reusing your ceremony florals at the reception.

Flowers which work in perfect are lisianthus, ranunculus, agapanthus, snapdragons and campanula.

Fresh palette


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A cheerfully colour palette focusing on positive holiday vibes of powerful pastel tones including fruity lemon yellows and tasty oranges with uncomplicated patterns with checks, stripes of coloured beech parasols, beach huts with a festive feeling.

A bit of wildness has its charm  with a stylised pick-your-own-flowers gardens. Placing textural dainty star like flowers of the allium, fragrant smooth freesia  and garden favourites like alstroemeria and daisies.


Coloured  ceramics and glass will play their part along with beautiful embroidered textiles.

Uncomplicated bright and breezy style looking at carefree pleasure of relaxing amongst the flowers with an artisan and practical at the same time.


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Warm, rich in colour, and nostalgic;  mixing vintage and old. Soft faded pastel shades like nude, lilac and pink. Accompanied with rich and dark colours with a reassuring feel, like claret, ochre and olive green.


Retro and vintage style flowers like Chrysanthemums and asparagus fern will be a hit in this trend along with the timeless romantic rose. At the heart of this there's a new appreciation on each of the individual ingredients.

The decorative elements will include ceramics, coloured cut glass, velvet, wool, cane webbing, dark woods, natural stone, and marble.


A surprising combination of familiar florals with reinvented elements.  Floral arches are moving from curves to squared constructions and look out for trellis inspired wedding back drops.


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Soft tones with transparent materials and round shapes is reminiscent of spa waters which help us to relax and rejuvenate.

Painted tropical leaves like monstera , plumes of  coloured pampas grasses  combined with luscious orchids as the dried flowers combined with fresh cut flowers continues to remains a firm favourite. Watch for a colour gradient, particularly in pastel shades.   


The look is completed with high gloss ceramics, reflective materials, transparent textiles, and glass.

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