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2024 Guide to All Things Floral

 January 22, 2024

2024 Guide to All Things Floral

2024 Guide to All Things Floral

When you think about wedding flowers, the first thing that usually pops into your head is the star of the show: the bouquet! But if you want flowers to be all over your wedding, you’re in the right place. This guide has everything floral – from bouquets to centerpieces to those eye-catching statement pieces. We’ve put together a bunch of ideas, inspiration, and tips to help you get the florals of your dreams for your big day.



For your bouquet (and as a guide for the rest of your florals) you’ll want to choose flowers and colors that speak to you and are in line with your colors/theme. Then, you can figure out a style, decide what kind of greenery you want, and any additional details to match your weddings theme and color scheme. 

Here are some of our favorite designs from Rose and Blossom Weddings – be sure to check out their website and social media for more ideas and to get started with your floral planning! 

Photo: Caleb and Britt Photo
Photo: Amanda Muchmore Photography




There are so many different ways to utilize florals in your centerpiece. If your reception is full of individual tables, you may want to go with small bouquets at every table. If you are going with a long table to seat many people, you can choose a larger, longer centerpiece to cover more of the table. You can use these florals in tandem with candles, table place cards, fairy lights, and so much more. 



Photo: Jaime Denise Photo || Florals: Adelaide Co Floral



Statement Pieces: 

If you’re wanting to decorate with lots of florals, statement pieces are a great idea. It can add a great burst of color and bring elegance and romance to the room. You can achieve this with floral designs added to signage, above tables, in archways, and so much more.

Photo: Kelsey Adkins Photo & Bailey Riley Photo || Florals: Design House Florals
Photo: Katie Wilke Co || Florals: Design House Florals


In the Aisle: 

A floral trend that has been on the rise is incorporating florals into the ceremony in the aisleway. One way to do this is to line the aisle from start to finish or you can mix it up with bouquets and flower bundles on each row. Additionally, using florals around any signage in your ceremony brings in the colors of your wedding naturally and gorgeously. 



Once the big day has passed, you can even preserve your bouquet + other florals to keep those memories for years to come. Check out our blog post with 7 ways to preserve your bouquet!  


If you’re planning your dream wedding, be sure to head to our vendor directory, and check out our other blog posts for for ideas and inspiration!