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Trending Party Flowers

If you’ve ever seen a Kardashian event on socials, you’ll know party flowers are bigger and better than ever. Here’s our list of the latest trends for the season!

Party flower installation

INSTALLING PARTY FLOWERS

Whether it’s an archway, ceiling or existing structure, florists are doing exciting things by using the party space as a framework for design. If you’re keen to get creative with your event, ask your florist to conduct a walk through. They’ll assess the room to determine where you can add maximum impact – suggesting hanging flowers or a built-in feature to really make your party pop.

PARTY FLOWERS FOR BABIES

Baby showers, christenings and baptisms are HUGE for floral installations right now, with families requesting tailored centrepieces, cake table flowers, pew flowers and even christening bowl flowers! Popular choices for the occasions include roses, carnations and all kinds of lilies.

Macramé flower pot
Flower backdrops

SOCIAL PARTY FLOWERS

If you didn’t get a good event pic did you even go?? With birthdays, engagement parties, hens nights and baby showers now tailored to be as Instagrammable as possible, flowers play a big part in creating a social-friendly backdrop. Mesh frames and flower walls are the preferred backgrounds of the moment.

PARTY FLOWERS IN MACRAMÉ

Yes, this weirdly popular 1970s trend is back, and in a big way. Lately, hanging macramé features and flower-filled pots have replaced the surge for hessian. Cute, bohemian and casual, they’re a sweet way to make a party statement without going over the top.

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GIFTING PARTY FLOWERS

Many clients are gifting party florals on after the celebration, sharing the joy with guests, nursing homes and hospitals. Whether you choose to keep them yourself or spread the love, it’s always nice to see a friendly bunch of flowers.

NEED FLOWERS FOR YOUR PARTY?

At The Village Florist, we love having a good time! Talk to us about your occasion and we’ll make your celebration a bloomin’ lovely one to remember.

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