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Floral Colour Trend 2018

Updated: Oct 15, 2018




Bright & Bold

With a year of greenery and pastels last year,  lush, rich and bold colours are here in force for florists this year. Bigger bouquets and bright blooms mixed with foraged details and free form bouquets will be prominent and add a contemporary twist to classics such as Roses, Peonies and Ranunculus. With layers of ruffled petals almost velvet to the touch in shades of fuchsia, tangerine and amethyst a colourful explosion awaits us in 2018. 

Violet

A must have for 2018 and the pantone colour of the year. On its own not everyone's cup of tea but if used cleverly can be tonal and pretty, or used as a dramatic highlight in bouquets. Violet teemed with teal colours also looks great so can't wait to see what the season has instore and to explore the colour combinations which this brings. From Hydrangea heaven to Anemones, Delphiniums and Sweetpeas - I am already thinking British blooms will be having a field day.


Dark Colours

Dark, rich colours are also going to be popular in 2018, with deep purples and burgundy shades as dark as possible and almost black and velvet like adding depth and lusciousness to arrangements. This will be great for winter 2018 where dark colours can be teemed with lighter shades or used more tonally. Dahlias will be the perfect bloom to hold their own in this area with some fantastically sumptuous shades and others such as chocolate Cosmos and black Scabious adding intensity where needed. Foliage can also be used in dark rich shades adn looks great teamed with lighter flowers.

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