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Lavender Green's wedding predictions for 2020

Tuesday, January 28, 2020 - 12:00

Lavender Green Flowers have barely waved goodbye to their last beautiful summer bride, but the wedding industry doesn’t stand still even for a second. The average wedding takes 13-18 months to plan. So with that in mind, the company's expert event florists are already thinking about the flowers for their bridal clients in 2020 and what trends they'll be creating at their weddings.


Lavender Green expect to see the trend for wedding flowers to become more and more informal. Floral arrangements will be more relaxed and unstructured. This gives their florists an opportunity to have fun with the arrangements and give them texture and movement. In 2019 florists saw a move from shabby, chic flower arrangements to neater, more linear design but that doesn’t have to mean formal and in 2020 wedding flowers will be wild and flowing.


Brides are opting for more natural flower varieties at their weddings than they have in the past, this goes for the fragrance of the flowers as well as the floral varieties. Florists will be seeing lots of seasonal, unusual foliage, botanicals and leafy greens. Tall grasses and palms are becoming more popular for outdoor weddings too.

Bold Colours

Despite the trend for natural, brides are becoming more fearless with their wedding flower colour choices. Gone are the days of the traditional green and white flower arrangements. Last year’s Pantone colour was coral and florists have seen a lot of dusty, muted and burgundy flowers used at weddings. 2020’s colours are expected to be even bolder – think hot pinks and fuchsias.


Dinner plate Dahlias are now almost as popular at weddings at Peonies! They’re so English and the colours give flower arrangements real oomph! Dahlias also have a later flowering time than Peonies so aren’t limited to late spring/summer weddings.


Sustainability is something Lavender Green is working very hard on. Their florists are seeing that brides are becoming more savvy to where their flowers come from, the packaging and vessels we use and are putting that first.

Lavender Green Flowers is renowned as one of London’s finest florists, with over 28 years’ experience producing flowers for the country’s top galleries, museums and historic houses. From weddings and receptions to private parties and corporate events, thoughtfully crafted arrangements and installations take inspiration from the latest trends in floristry, fashion and art.