Flower Trends for 2015 with Campbells Flowers


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I do love the start of a new year, lots of new things to look forward to and lots of new wedding trend ideas. 2015 is going to be a big year for weddings and with it comes lots of new style ideas, designs and new looks for the oncoming year. Today I have invited my good friend and hugely talented florist; Tracey Campbell from Campbell’s Flowers onto the blog to talk to us about 2015 flower trends, what we should be looking out for and what we should expect to see a lot of this year!


I’ll pass you over to Tracey……….

My heartfelt thanks to Kelly for getting in touch recently and giving us the opportunity to talk flowers with all you lovely Boho brides out there.   Here at Campbell’s HQ we’ve had the most amazing 2014, winning awards, being on the telly and working with more wonderful couples than ever, designing abundant, ‘just-picked’ prettiness, using as many locally grown blooms as we possibly can.

So, after a well-earned rest, we’re refreshed and ready with creative prettiness and to talk all about this year’s colour trends.  We find that bridesmaid’s dresses can quite often influence floral design, but we always check out this year’s Pantone colours too, just to be sure which direction colour is going, and judging by the new season of Dessy and other bridesmaid’s dresses – these colours are spot on!


So here are some up-to-the-very-minute ideas of how your flowers can incorporate the current colours

  1. Whites, creams and greens 

Clean, classic, simple and stylish and absolutely gorgeous paired with sage-green bridesmaid’s dresses or gorgeous with dove grey.  Whites, creams and greens are infinitely adaptable and can be used in so many styles.  Introduce soft grasses, dried wheat, barley and oats for a pretty meadowy-look or keep a simple using clouds of billowy gypsophila.


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  1. Pastels 

Perfect with those soft muted aquamarine and glacier grey tones, introduce a little brightness with strawberry colours and even a pop of yellow to lift the overall colour balance by using craspedia or billy balls as they’re known in the States. Gorgeous in buttonholes, these cute little seed pods add lovely texture next to velvety roses or intricate hydrangea along with dove grey foliage and the prettiest of brunia berries.


(Photo credit: Kate Waters and www.jesspetrie.com)


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  1. Oranges are not the only fruit! 

OK, so I know most of you aren’t going to rush out and dress your bridesmaids in head-to-toe tangerine!  But I couldn’t resist a nod to this beautiful colour which is just beyond gorgeous when toned down using navy.  Think indigo navy suits for the groomsmen and simple classic gowns for your maids and you might just be persuaded!

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(Photos by Campells Flowes otherwise state)

  1. Lilacs, lavenders and muted purply prettiness 

I’m just a bit in love with this toasted almond colour. I love how understated  and muted it is and how it just looks gorgeously romantic with lovely knocked back colours which are have a bit of a grey undercurrent.  Beautiful with grey-green eucalyptus foliage and browny-grey Amnesia roses, these colours can really work with lavenders and lilacs too.


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Well, that’s it from us for now, I do hope you’ve found this post helpful, if you have any questions or want some specific advice on seasonal blooms which will work with your chosen colours, then do leave a comment at the bottom of this post and Kelly and I will be sure to get back to you as soon as poss.


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    I find it very romantic the arrangement with lilacs and lavenders. The colors highlight the witheness of the bride dress. The flowers give a natural aura.


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