Trend watch: structural floral installations

One trend that made an appearance in 2018 that we will definitely be seeing more of in 2019 are structural floral installations. Whether that is floral hoops instead of traditional bouquets, arches adorned in florals or hanging loops throughout the ceremony or reception, this is one trend we are here for.

We love how it brings a modern and unique look to each wedding that incorporates this trend. No two structural floral installations are the same, and the options are endless. You are only limited by your (and your florists) creativity.

Want to see what we mean? Here are some pictures from a styled shoot we participated in at Horseshoe Bay Resort. These images were taken by Brittany Jean Photography and we just LOVE how it turned out. Check them out!

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For this shoot, the designer, Disch Events, decided to use a structural floral installation for the ceremony back drop. It was both eye catching and elegant, and was the perfect, unique backdrop for a waterfront wedding.

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We also love how the installation didn’t take away from the natural scenery at all, but instead complimented it perfectly. Are you as obsessed as we are?

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How about this unique bridal portrait?

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I mean, simply stunning!

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And how precious for your couples’ pictures? Sign us up!

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Like the idea of doing structural floral installations with your big day? Follow us on Pinterest to see what else you can do with this trend. Keep in mind, the options are really are endless here!


Vendors: Disch Events | Horseshoe Bay Resort | Brittany Jean Photography | The Inviting Pear | Premiere Events | Kara Sanchez Beauty | Simon Lee Bakery | Models: Colby Hanks, Philip Baer

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