Set your wedding flowers free this year with circular florals! If you’ve never heard of the concept, then don’t worry as we’re going to break it down for you, with lots of great ideas to get you going.
Essentially, circular florals are just that; wreaths, hoops and hanging arrangements in a circular shape, as opposed to more traditional bouquets.
It’s set to be one of the biggest floral trends for the next couple of years and is not only stunning and unique, but it also makes for incredible photos.
The key about these quirky floral designs is that they can be used in a variety of ways, from bridal bouquets, to backdrops, to hanging décor and for use in various ways around your venue.
Here’s some visual inspiration for you. In the meantime don’t hesitate to get in touch with me directly if you wish to chat about any aspect of your wedding planning and décor.
Hoop bouquets are a super-hot trend right now and rightly so as they are so beautiful. And if you’re looking for something a little different than your average bouquet, they are well worth considering. You can also use real or faux flowers. They are also very lightweight and easy to hold, plus they make superb keepsakes.
Wreaths might not be the first thing that comes to mind for wedding florals, but in terms of backdrops, an oversized floral wreath is the new floral arch. Right up there with the floral wall in terms of visuals, a floral wreath will look stunning as your ceremony backdrop. Or if that is not a runner, why not have it as the backdrop for the top table, or for your impromptu photobooth? The possibilities are endless and the result is show stopping.
If you want to make a big impact then look upwards, with some hanging hoops. You can ask your florist to come up with some stunning bespoke pieces to hang above your top table, or dessert table, or the dancefloor for example. Or you if your budget is a little tighter, then you could always go DIY and upcycle some hula hoops with synthetic florals too.
Around The Room
Circular florals also work really well as table centrepieces. Try them with candles or lanterns in the centre and experiment with greenery and colours. They’ll also look superb on the doors of your ceremony or venue, as well as on any signage you might have and on the backs of the bride and grooms chairs too!