1. Edible-infused designs: We’ll see more herbs and fruiting vines such as thornless raspberries and unripened strawberries tucked into bridal bouquets, adding texture, style and sophistication. Meanwhile romantic centerpieces featuring tiny pears, baby apples and other seasonal fruits reminiscent of Dutch masterpiece paintings will grace more and more tables this wedding season. And keep an eye out for other nontraditional edible elements, including petite vegetables and mini heirloom tomatoes which will sneak their way into food-ie focused floral designs.
2. Wearable flowers: The large, lush floral crowns of the past two years are evolving into more subtle garlands and delicate floral headpieces in 2015.
3. Trailing ribbons: The abundant, trailing bridal bouquet design style is being applied to ribbon wraps and finishing touches as well.
4. Branches, vines and foliage: Large foliage-focused installations will take center stage at ceremony and reception sites this year.