2015 Wedding Floral Trends

An abundance of greenery and fresh, fabulous flowers are always a lovely touch at weddings. Depending on your budget’s flower allowance, you may want to go big with popular petals like peonies, or stay small and sweet with locally picked seasonal roses. Debra Witt of the Bridal Guide covered a few 2015 wedding floral trends that we’d love to pick out and arrange into some splendid suggestions that will hopefully suit your wants and needs.

Flower chandeliers are fabulous for some additional ambiance and space on the table. These hanging arrangements are also splendid for being able to see your guests across the table without having to peek through bundles of roses.

Rosegold peony wedding flower chandelier
Photo by Mirelle Carmichael + Cheryl Tivar

A fresh-out-of-the-garden look makes everything seem effortlessly natural. Daisies, sunflowers, and wisteria are commonly found in the garden and can be paired with berries and herbs such as rosemary to create an earthy vibe with a crisp scent.

The bride’s “most wanted” blooms are typically a tad more exotic, such as hydrangeas and dahlias, that will look great at a formal or casual wedding. Just keep in mind that choosing to order flowers that are the most popular and aren’t in season may bump up the price.

Natural succulent bundles at wedding
Photo by June Bug Company

Subtle succulents are best suited for an organic oasis. Tied with twine, ribbon, or burlap, these boutonnieres featured above are just right for a rustic wedding or just a simple pop of green. Adding succulents and ferns as fillers to any arrangement is great for extra greenery and natural beauty.

Go local and luscious on a lean budget with seasonal flowers that cost less. Ask your local Farmer’s Market about the seasonal flowers and they’ll be able to provide you with some of the freshest and cleanest blooms in town. As for a local florist, DIRT Flowers of Dallas is our top pick for weddings at the White Sparrow since they offer unique and bold custom arrangements.

DIRT Flowers events and weddings in Dallas, Texas
Photo by DIRT Flowers