We are seeing a strong reemergence of colour across all elements of weddings. It’s popping onto tables, predominant in bouquets, and even wedding stationery. We can’t help but see this as a beautiful reflection of hope shining through after tough times.

Flora Trends

Drawing inspiration from a 1960’s colour palette, the modern bride is embracing vibrant pastel flora and abstract arrangements. Incorporating lemons and other bright fruits we can see the Mediterranean influence is becoming more prevalent in wedding styling. See how Sue Cameron from Floral Stylist creates beautiful flower clouds with bursting stems and how Brett Matthew John uses an array of flora and contrasting pastel colours.

Shane + Sarah. Photographer Stephan & Nakita / Flora Loretta Flowers

Flora Flowers By Brett Matthew John

Erin + Johnny. Photographer Keryn Sweeny / Flora Floral Stylist

Fête Du Printemps Styled Shoot. Photographer Ella Kirby / Flora Scape By S

Flora Floral Stylist

Flora Floral Stylist

Erin + Johnny. Photographer Keryn Sweeny / Flora Floral Stylist

Flora Floral Stylist

Flora Floral Stylist

Flora Leaf & Honey

Flora Floral Stylist

Along with flora, we are also seeing colour sneaking into gowns and wedding fashion too.

Gown Hera Coture / Flora Floral Centric

Stationery

Wavey lines, vintage handwritten script and of course more colour is what we are seeing pop up in wedding stationery. European inspired name tags, bright welcome signs, and of course, more lemons! Using multiple fonts to contrast remains a popular trend but using multiple colours for text and papers seems to be on the rise. We love seeing vendors creations working together where colour themes of flora arrangements and stationery cohesively complement the intended style. Sam Pauletto plays a big role in this emerging style, using an array of colours and playing with fruit and plants. He even replaces paper name tags for real lemons!

Kate and James. Photographer Haute Weddings / Stationery Paper Darling

Stationery Sam Pauletto

Stationery Hey Lola

Stationery Sam Pauletto

Bridal Brunch Styled Shoot. Stylist & Planner Coral and Co Events / Photographer Liz Barnes Photo / Stationery & Signage The Design Planner /

Stationery Hey Lola

Stationery Sam Pauletto

Table Styling & Furniture

Continuing with Mediterranean themes, we are seeing arches in furniture like bars and backdrop walls. More colour is being used on table decor in glassware, plates, candles and linen all tying together with usually abstract and pastel flora on the tables. Again we are seeing more fruit this time used to decorate tables.

Arched Wall from Flock Events

Tablewear In The Round House

Flora Floral Stylist

Art Direction & Stylist Samantha Gerard from Wild Hearts / Photographer George & Jane / Flora The Flower Press / Cakes Full Time Tart  / Table Styling & Hire Blank Space Events / Linen Drape Linen / Furniture Truly Yours Events 

Tablewear In The Round House