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3 wedding flower trends for 2024

A bride in an ivory dress surrounded by bridesmaids in dark green dresses. They are holding bouquets with greens and peach colours.
Photo: Esther Louise Triffitt Photography

As the wedding season of 2023 comes to a close, we're already setting our sights on what's in store for next year. So without further ado let's get into 3 wedding flower trends for 2024. While weddings have evolved over the years with new themes, styles, and decor ideas, there are always a few trends that are so irresistible, that they seem to stick around for years to come. In this blog post, we're excited to share three wedding trends we’ve seen in 2023 that we believe will continue to shine in 2024. These trends are here to stay, from dreamy peachy-coloured flowers to fancier buttonholes and adorable floral dog collars!

1. Keeping it Peachy

One trend that has taken the wedding world by storm in 2023 and shows no sign of going anywhere is the use of peachy/champagne-coloured flowers. These soft, romantic hues offer a beautiful contrast against lush greenery, helping create a harmonious atmosphere for your wedding day.

Why we love it:

  • Versatility: These delicate tones complement a wide range of colour palettes, making them suitable for any wedding theme or style.

  • Soft Elegance: These colours add a touch of understated elegance and romance to your decor, lending to a dreamy and ethereal ambiance.

  • Ideal for All Seasons: Whether you're planning a spring, summer, autumn, or winter wedding, these colours work beautifully year-round.

Popular flower choices to achieve this look:

  • Spring: Ranunculus & Tulips

  • Summer: Garden roses & Lisianthus

  • Autumn: Dahlias & Hypericum berries

  • Winter: Hellebores & Camellias

A bride with an arm tattoo holding a bouquet in greens, creams and peach coloured flowers
Photo: One Love by Gary Phillip

2. 'Mini Bunches’ Buttonholes

Traditionally, buttonholes consisted of a single rose with a sprig of greenery. However, in recent years, we‘ve witnessed a shift towards more intricate, personalised designs. Mini bunches echoing the flowers used in other arrangements such as bouquets, have become increasingly popular.

Why it's a hit:

  • Coordination: Mirroring the groom's buttonhole with the bride's bouquet adds a charming and cohesive touch to the wedding ensemble.

  • Personalisation: Customised buttonholes allow grooms to express their individual style and personality, making them feel more connected to the wedding decor.

  • Visual Impact: These elevated buttonholes are visually striking and photograph beautifully.

A groom wearing a buttonhole with greenery and light pink flowers
Photo: Brittany Painter Photography

A groom wearing a buttonhole with greenery and a white rose
Photo: AWPhotographic

3. Floral Dog Collars

For couples who consider their furry friends an essential part of the family (and are chill enough for such an event!), floral dog collars are a trend that's made a significant impact in 2023. These charming accessories ensure that your four-legged friend is dressed up and ready to shine on your big day.

Why it's pawsitively delightful:

  • Inclusion: Involving your dog in your wedding festivities adds a heartwarming and personal touch to your celebration.

  • Adorable Photos: Floral dog collars make for adorable photo opportunities, capturing the essence of love and family.

  • Memorable Moments: It’s extremely special to be able to share your special day with your pooch - you share every other day with them!

A cocker spaniel on a lead wearing a floral dog collar
Photo: Nicola Auckland Photography

Some wedding trends come and go, but we feel these three are set to stick around a while longer. As we look forward to the weddings of 2024, we can't help but celebrate these gorgeous trends; they all help to make your day extra special. Cheers to love, joy, and the beauty of wedding trends that stand the test of time!

All flowers are by Violet & Vine.

If you’re looking to create your wedding flower vision for 2024 or beyond, get in touch


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