The Wedding Flower Trends 2020 you need to see

If you’re getting married in 2020, you’ve probably already started planning every last detail of your big day. When it comes to your wedding flowers, we’ve got the inside scoop on the flower trends blossoming for 2020.

If you're newly engaged and starting off with a blank slate, or planning your big day for 2020 and looking for floral inspiration, the latest trends make a great jumping off point. Wedding florists are always honing new techniques and developing their style, and with the help of Pinterest and Instagram, floral trends from around the world can be easily adapted by local florists with locally-sourced flowers. So regardless of whether you want a wedding that's cool and unique or timeless and classic, the latest trends can offer you wedding flowers with a more bespoke feel. 2020 is set to be an exciting year in florals, as established trends hit the mainstream, and new ideas start to bloom!

Grasses and dried flowers

Although we’ve loved the greenery trend, it’s slowly giving way to the earthier, more neutral tones of dried flowers and grasses such as pampas grass, dried hops and wheat sheaves. We think this looks stunning at summer and autumn weddings in particular, although dried fruits and branches are ideal for winter weddings.


More and more brides are working with sustainable floristry to help keep their bouquets and floral arrangements eco-friendly. Rather than flying in unseasonal blooms, brides are preferring to choose season, British-grown flowers to keep their carbon footprint low.