Wedding Trends 2019: 30 Floral Branches, Twigs and Sprays for Spring
Completely inspired by the beauty from yesterday’s editorial, today we wanted to share an update this wildly popular post on 2019 wedding trends. We’re shamelessly obsessed with unruly floral designs, and this trend we are totally embracing: floral branches, twigs and delicate sprays that are being created in the form of bouquets, suspended installations and even adorning wedding cakes in the most artful way possible.
Cake by Annie’s Cakes, florals by Tinge Floral, photo by Sara Weir
This blossoming branch trend is not just about cherry blossoms and dogwood! We’re seeing lots of sweet peas, baby’s breath (more on that soon!), Queen Anne’s lace, waxflowers and more.
photo Rebecca Yale, floral Wild Bloom Floral
Photographer: D’Arcy Benincosa, Stylist: Type A Society, Flowers: Kelly Lenard
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Flowers Studio Mondine
Photography: Alisa Ferris, Event Design: Masi Events ,Floral Design: oli FLOR
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Captured by Ann Street Studio with floral wedding design by Putnam & Putnam via Harper’s Bazaar
Photo by Kate Osborne with floral design by Sarah Winward
Photo and floral wedding design by Biophilia Blooms
Photo and autumn feels floral wedding design by Sarah Winward
Photo Angela Newton Roy Floral Wild Green Yonder
Photo by Erich McVey of a wedding aisle with natural floral design by Ginny Au
Photo Our Story Creative, Floral Design: Moss Floral
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Bohemian themed wedding photo by Lauren Fair with rustic floral design by Oleander from this feature
This unique and dreamy installation is a total eye catcher. The puffing pampas grass backdrop gives a majestic highlight as its honey and mustard hues gives the bride a perfect romantic aisle walk on a white-sanded beach.
This is a perfect floral wedding arch for a clean and crisp theme. The candlelight scatters on the floor adds a romantic vibe in this fresh garden lush.
Photo by Candy Capco Photography with floral design by Twig & Arrow via Paper + Lace
Photo by D’arcy Benincosa with natural lavender flowers design by Sarah Winward
Photo by Gianluca & Mary Adovasio with overgrown flower wedding arch giving whimsical feels by Figli Dei Fiori via Style Me Pretty
Photo by Lynn Bagley with floral design by Kimberly Rose Floral Design via 100 Layer Cake
Photo by Ivy Road Photography with flesh colored roses design by Harbinger of Spring, Akirah Co. Florals + Styling and Loco For Koko
Photo by Golyak Yuriy
Photo by Kate Osborne with greenery floral design by Sarah Winward
This elegant and sophisticated airy dried foliage is one of 2019’s wedding trend you’d surely love. They perfectly match with chairs. Truly stunning and adds warmth to our hearts.
Photo by Luna de Mare Photography with floral design by Jenn Sanchez
Photo by M.K. Sadler with floral design by Studio Mondine via Once Wed
Photo by M.K. Sadler with floral design by Amy Osaba Events and Twigss via Once Wed
Photo by Natalie Bray Photography with minimal green floral design by Studio Mondine
Photo and floral design by Of the Flowers
Photo by Bobby Clark Photography with florals by Pop & Scott
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Photo by Sally Pinera Photography with floral design by Amy Nicole Floral
Astonishing dried wedding arch photo by Scott Clark Photo with floral design by Of the Flowers via 100 Layer Cake
Photo by Taylor & Porter with floral design by Jo Flowers and Hart Floral Design via Magnolia Rouge
Lively midsummer blooms give perfect details for wedding backdrops, centerpieces, bouquets and suspended canopies. Such carefree beauty is something we truly love in this beautiful wedding world. Have you chosen your favorite?