Fresh Flower Vibes for 2017

 

Think Granny Smith apples… the heart of a lime… a bed of clover… and inchworms! This year’s Pantone Color of the Year is a beauty called “Greenery” – and we love what that means for Bloom’s brides in 2017!

Out with the dusty, soft greens of recent years, and in with fresh, vibrant, and zesty! This earthy bright green color is said to be “symbolic of the new beginnings” – could there be a better vibe for wedding flowers? Greenery’s pure green-yellow tones bring a rich depth to any floral design. Create bridal bouquets with an edge of naturalistic and urban flair. Lush foliage and eye-catching green flowers complement so many different wedding styles, from classic, elegant romance to high-spirited and festive!

Think Granny Smith apples...

Greenery flowers from L to R: mini green hydrangea, dianthus green trick, carnation green, bells of Ireland, cymbidium orchid green, and spider Anastasia green.

Think Granny Smith apples...

Greenery from L t o R: hanging amaranthus green, variegated aspidistra, lemon papoose, pittosporum, and ming fern.

Mini green hydrangeas, dianthus green trick, green carnations, bells of Ireland, green cymbidium orchids, and spider Anastasia green are just a few out of the many flowers that exemplify this Pantone color beautifully! Throw in bright and light greenery as well such as hanging amaranthus green, variegated aspidistra, lemon papoose, pittosporum, and ming fern.

 

Extraordinary Greenery Uses for Wedding Flowers

How will you celebrate “Greenery” with your wedding flowers?  We’ve collected some great inspirations for fresh 2017 bridal bouquets and arrangements…

 

Go Green!

Green in general – including actually using only greens– is a really popular trend that we love.  The 2017 “Greenery” choice kicks that up a notch! Here’s a stunning mix of the bright lime tones of mojito hydrangeas, the silvery green tones of succulents, and the lush foliage deep green of sword fern. We love this bouquet because it is different than your typical wedding design and sure makes a statement too!

Think Granny Smith apples...

Featured on Green Wedding Shoes and photographed by Shaunae Teske Photography.

 

This bouquet combines mojito hydrangeas with pale green tea roses and the pop of green hypericum berries. Held up against a white dress, this bouquet exhibits a true garden and romantic feel.

Think Granny Smith apples...

Featured on Style Me Pretty and photographed by Angela Newton Roy Photography.

 

Classic Bridal Whites and Ivories

Green and white create a timeless and sophisticated look for any bridal decor. White roses, peonies, and hydrangea slated with the muted green of seeded eucalyptus and the brightness of maidenhair fern make this bridal bouquet for one to envy.

Think Granny Smith apples...

Featured on Style Me Pretty and photographed by Pure 7 Studios.

 

Punch Up the Purple!

Purple flowers and lavender flowers are popular wedding favorites for their regal flavor.  Pairing them with a complementary green heightens the richness of the look. This gorgeous centerpiece is a wildflower lover’s dream with purple veronica, purple viburnum, green hanging amaranthus, and thistle dynamite.

Think Granny Smith apples...

Featured on Ruffled Blog and photographed by Chellise Michael Photography.

 

Celebrate Festival Style!

Make your flowers bold and spirited that your guests won’t miss seeing by including “Greenery” with hot pinks, fuchsias, and oranges. This bride created this festival themed centerpiece with mini green hydrangeas, succulents, fuchsia stock, hot pink gerbera daisies, orange tulips, Billy balls, and coral roses.

Think Granny Smith apples...

Featured on Ruffled Blog and photographed by Ivy Weddings.

 

Take a look at this incredible festival-themed hanging wedding decor. Its colors pop against bright green foliage, mixing dahlias, celosia, hypericum, and hanging amaranthus to create a vividly eye-catching creation.

Think Granny Smith apples...

Featured on Ruffled Blog and photographed by Tami Melissa Photography.

 

Soft & Romantic Fete

Pair this popping green with calming tones of light pink and grays for a fresh take on a bridal classic.  This mix of light pink roses, green hydrangeas, and dusty miller hints of silver and gray. It’s a stunning combination of antique and rustic themes.

Think Granny Smith apples...

Featured on Style Me Pretty and photographed by Elyse Hall Photography.

 

For more explore our Pinterest board devoted to the 2017 Pantone Color of the year!

 

 

How will you bring Greenery to your big day?

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