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Mews Designs - Spring 2014 Wedding Floral Trends

  1. 1. Spring 2014 Lookbook skin tones Spring 2014 Wedding Floral Trends
  2. 2. mix n’ match The “skin tones” palette (also known as nude, blush, sand and pale) is one of the most popular floral trends this Spring. Hot off of New York Fashion Week’s runway, this versatile palette is a timeless and classic look that will complement a wide range of secondary colors. Classic Chic Blushing Bride Pop of Color Keep it chic and classic with romantic rose bouquet Add touches of soft blush to your color palette Add contrasting colors and textures in your bouquet for a unique and personal touch
  3. 3. pick your palette Classic Chic Blushing Bride Pop of Color
  4. 4. Classic Chic Timeless beauty, you won’t look back on these pictures and think trendy…instead you will think…so classic, Audrey Hepburn classy. Lots of hydrangeas and different size roses can bring this together beautifully. Add some graceful and fragrant freesia or old fashioned snapdragons, maybe even a little variegated ivy. Small touches of green can go a long way to highlight your bouquet. Even adding a collar around the bottom of your beautiful flowers with hosta or magnolia leaves. How much more Southern could you get? Actually, a little bit more by adding delicate Queen Anne’s Lace interspersed gracefully among your blossoms. Add some pearls and Audrey would be totally represented! As would Coco Chanel. Pearls can go into your flowers as pins, or loops or wrapped around your handle. Go vintage with a cascade bouquet, they are trending now!
  5. 5. Blushing Bride {aka Vintage Vogue} Think pale shades of pastels very light pinks, peaches, greens. The is a very soft and feminine palette with soft blossomy flowers and lots of petals. Think , lisianthus, full open roses, ranunculus and hydrangeas. Add some feathery astillbe and soft light green lambs ear or dusty miller. Go timeless with lace on your bouquet handle or a vintage handkerchief.
  6. 6. Pop of Color Adding a pop of color can set your overall theme and keep it consistent. It may be the color of your bridesmaids dresses or just your favorite color. What better way to show off your personal style. Many times the bride will chose that pop of color as her entire bouquet, then her bridesmaids are mostly neutral, whites and beige, with a pop of that special color. Last year purple was popular, this year red is making a comeback along with fuchsia. It really doesn’t matter what the trendy color is…this pop of color is your favorite! This color palette goes with any venue or style. Roses come in every color of the rainbow, including one with all the colors of the rainbow in one rose… really. Mini Gerbera daisy are great as well as chrysanthemums and stock. Of course some other flowers that are only available in their season are peonies, tulips, lilac and anemones are equally stunning.
  7. 7. For more tips, tricks & ideas visit: mews-designs.com

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