The industry is always abuzz with something exciting. These trends may give you some interesting ideas to consider when you’re looking for a pretty birthday bouquet or something to give for an anniversary, Mother’s Day, a congratulatory gift, or another celebration. Sure, you could just snag a pretty bouquet and call it a day, but these trends are sure to inspire something new.
At the top of the list are dried flower arrangements. They’re not just easy on the eyes, but easy to maintain! In fact, that could well be their key selling point. People are always busy, on the go, or otherwise occupied — and unfortunately, it can be easy to put flower care on the backburner when that happens. With dried flowers, you or your recipient never have to think about watering, trimming stems, or feeding. They look just as good in months as they do on the first day.
What’s fabulous about dried flowers is that the options are seemingly endless. Go for bright and bold with something that honors some of the year’s trendiest colors, like The Heath. The addition of a chic gilded vase adds a fashionable and contemporary touch to the design. If you love the idea of incorporating some of the year’s buttery tones into your surroundings, try The Hazel. Featuring a medley of thin and feathery petals, this textured arrangement is stunning from every angle.
Curation is another key trend that captures a more personalized feel in florals. Giving a flower subscription, for example, makes life better for everyone involved. You’ll take pleasure in knowing that your loved ones are always on the receiving end of fresh, elaborate arrangements that are destined to bring a smile to their face every time — and they’ll be wowed for the same reasons, delighting in a colorful and trendy bouquet at regular intervals.
For all the vibrant colors that promise to steal the spotlight in 2022, there’s an appreciation for minimalism, too. You’ll see it in the flower bouquets that are beautifully composed yet understated in their end result. The Unicorn is a joyous example that will turn heads with pops of jewel tones and pastels. Try The Rae if you prefer a more golden, down-to-earth palette.