ADD A TOUCH OF GREEN IN 2017

Posted on 16 December 2016

In case you haven’t heard, the latest trend for upcoming 2017 events and wedding ceremonies will be leafy greens. We have watched this trend build over the past two years but it is now official- ‘Greenery’ is the Pantone color of the year 2017. Pantone defines Greenery as the “fresh and zesty yellow-green shade that evokes the first days of spring when nature’s greens revive, restore and renew. Illustrative of flourishing foliage and the lushness of the great outdoors…”

When it comes to your wedding, you can choose ‘greenery’ itself as part of your color scheme and pair it with ivory and warm shades such as pink, orange, or red. The key to achieving this look is to include lots of foliage or leafy greens.This look works great for both traditional country weddings, rustic-chic weddings, and even formal indoor weddings.

The absolute best part of this trend is that it is also very cost effective! A box of Bloomingmore wholesale greens is enough to decorate your entire event with greens and cuts down on the number of flowers you will need. Not sure of the quantity? Chat with a Blooms Specialist to discuss how many plants you will need depending on your guest list and theme. 

 

‘Just Picked, Slightly Untamed Bohemian Look’

 

           

Photo credits – Brides, Lively

To achieve this look, mix and match a variety of our greens - Check out our assorted boxes.Skip the traditional bouquet and opt for a delicate flower crown with contrasting bright colors.

 

 

‘Country Chic’ (Baby’s Breath + Greens)        

   

Photo credits – Ruffled Blog

This look is all about sweetness. Keep your flower color palette light (think pastel and beige) and pair with lots of greens. Recreate these arrangements of fresh ruscus, hydrangeas, baby’s breath, and natural roses.

 

 

‘Indoor Garden Paradise’

           

Photo credits – Style Me Pretty + WedLuxe Magazine

Romantic indoor weddings are where leafy greens excel. Use deep green foliage to contrast against dark red flowers or peach flowers. Where there is enough space, add a garland for stunning decor. Shop fresh Ruscus and natural Roses in peach, deep red, and cream.

 

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Happy Blooming!

 

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