Weddings / August 15, 2016

2015 Spring Wedding Floral Inspiration

Despite our allergies, we at Monogamy Wines love spring wedding season. Mostly, it’s all that gorgeous décor. Today, we’ve taken inspiration from 2015’s trends in runway style, home décor, food and art for some spring floral arrangements.

 Thinking of doing a DIY flower approach? A Practical Wedding suggests you bring in the friends – you can save a little money by including your team of people to help with wedding flowers. The advice to do a dry run with the flowers makes perfect sense. 

Onto the eye candy!

Spring Flowers Inspired by Runway Style 

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Inspiration from the runway is some of our favorite inspiration. This time, we took a look at Thakoon’s bright, Matisse-inspired jacket from the 2015 Resort Collection for floral inspiration. The bright orange and teal shapes the starting point for this elegant orange and teal centerpiece.

Spring Flowers Inspired by Home Décor

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Apartment Therapy  released their picks for 2015’s top design trends. Industrial modern design made the list in a big way. These sculptural yellow wedding flowers take their cue from modern shapes and bold colors.

Spring Flowers Inspired by Food

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Andrew Knowlton from Bon Appetit determined 2015 the year of the Gyro. We’re not suggesting you take your floral cues from meat sliced off a spit – but we are inspired by the fresh, brightly colored, wrapped sandwich.  Who knew that this beautiful grouping of peonies and Hypernicum berries  featured on Style Me Pretty would be just the right balance of freshness for your big day.

Spring Flowers Inspired by Art 

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Pop Art is a trend in the art world for 2015. For example, this piece by artist Karan Singh puts pattern and repetition together for a moving effect.  These flowers from a bright shoot on Style Me Pretty are the right mix of novel and elegant.

Whatever your floral inspiration, you can find it in this year’s trends. Did you take any unusual inspiration? Share in the comments!

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