Wedding season is just around the corner and 2022 will be a busy year jam-packed with weddings. Many people have had to delay their weddings due to COVID-19 and 2022 is expected to have one of the highest numbers of weddings in the last 40 years.

Many couples are veering away from the traditional wedding flowers and are allowing themselves to bring out their extra creative side. We have rounded up some of the biggest wedding flower trends for 2022!

Bright and Bold

While pastels will always be in style, many couples this year are opting for punchier and bolder florals. People planning weddings have been locked indoors for quite some time and are looking for bright and bold flowers that bring joy and happiness, picture bright oranges, pinks, and corals.

Dramatic Designs

Go big or go home is the M.O. for many couples after having to postpone their weddings for so long. You will see an increase in dramatic floral designs, floral arches in all shapes and sizes, floral chandeliers, floral ceilings, floral backdrops, and all coming in various colours and textures!

Earthy Neutrals

Earthy Neutrals are back this wedding season and by earthy neutrals, we mean the beloved Pampas. Pair your earthy neutral tones with colours like sunset, mauve, rust and amber to add some colour but not too much contrast.

Unexpected Colour Pairings

An easy way to make your wedding stand out is by incorporating unique florals into your big day. An easy tip for this is to pair some soft greens and blues with your bright and bold flowers.

Larger Than Life Florals

This trend started a couple of years ago with Kim and Kanye but in 2022 we will see a lot of big and beautiful flowers walls. One big one you might recall is Paris Hilton’s flower wall with over $100k in fresh florals.

Silk Flowers

Another big trend is Silk Flower wedding bouquets. A still insanely beautiful bouquet that you get to keep as a wedding keepsake for the rest of your life and marriage!

Flowers are going to be the show-stopping décor at 2022 weddings, giving life to each event after having to postpone their wedding dates repeatedly. Which trend are you most excited to see?

Published by HOLR Magazine.