They’re Back! Dried Flowers Are Trending for Weddings in 2020
This old school floral trend from the 70s is making its return in elegantly rustic arrangements. Lots of couples are decorating their wedding venues with free-spirited and affordable dried flower arrangements using the traditional flowers they’ve always loved — just dried instead of fresh. Brides are walking down the aisle with unique dried bouquets and grooms are adorning themselves with darling dried boutonnieres. We are 100 percent on board with this old is new again trend.
This trend is something completely different from the traditional fresh flower-filled wedding. But more and more engaged couples are turning to dried florals for their nuptial centerpieces and bouquets. They are in search of something unique, rustic, a little bit nostalgic, and chic.
Dried bouquets have a wild and free boho vibe. And, we just love the color stories that dried arrangments deliver. They are a soothing blend of neutrals, and they bring an earthy, natural feel to a wedding.
And they are breathtakingly beautiful.
Dried florals work well for site decor as well. Look how perfectly this mix of fresh and dried flowers works for a beach wedding:
And can we please stop and swoon over this achingly romantic dried floral swag for a minute?
Dried flowers keep, too. So your beautiful wedding florals can live on in your home decor.
Carry the theme through to your favors with individually packaged dried flowers for your guests:
Preserved blooms bring a fresh perspective to weddings indoors or out.
They also work well in any season. This summertime bride carries an armload of uncomplicated long stem flowers.
Surprisingly chic, dried flowers provide punch to place settings.
And table arrangments are understated yet elevated with the addition of preserved blooms such as off-white hydrangeas, loose greens, branches, and berries.
This bouquet is a showstopper in shades of beige, brown and blue.
The beauty of nature is apparent in a multi-textured grouping of flora and fauna.
This wedding day aisle is made magical with the addition of tall dried grasses and flowers and loads of white candles.
Dried arrangments can be simple or elaborate, but either way, they are generally more affordable than fresh blooms.
This decadent arch is lavishly swagged with dried flowers, ferns, and branches.
If you are into this really cool, retro floral trend we’ve gathered a little intel on the subject from the web. Type in “dried floral arrangements” in Pinterest and you will be rewarded with loads of eye candy. If you’d like to purchase some ready-made goodies for your wedding, one amazing place to order your preserved blooms is driedflowersforever.com.
We found several amazing blog posts about dried arrangments, too, if you’d like to see more.
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