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2016 Wedding Flower Trend: Sorbet

written by Marina Strong January 14, 2016
2016 Wedding Flower Trend: Sorbet

We have come to the last of the 2016 wedding flower trends as release by the International Floral Distributers, a leading authority on all things flowers, but don’t worry, there will still be many more real wedding inspirations, bouquet ideas and DIY projects to come in 2016! To recap, we have covered the colorful, boho meets wildflower trend of Festival, the romantic, garden-inspired trend of Lavish, and the elegant, metallic trend of Lustre… so, last, but certainly not least, is the predicted trend of… sweet and playful, Sorbet!

Its sweet colors and geometric accents are polished and refined. Sorbet is a combination of pastels and brights. The style is young and fresh with a nod to mid-century modern style. The Sorbet bride loves bright and sassy and combines colors brilliantly to tell the story of her event. The color palette features lemon-yellow and adds to it rich blue, coral, spearmint, lavender, powder blue and dove grey. The soft colors are an unexpected contrast to the geometric forms in the flowers and accessories. Softly textured flowers, such as peonies, ranunculus, dahlias, delphinium and tulips, are arranged in containers that are geometric and naturally textured.

2016 Wedding Flower Trend: Sorbet

2016 Wedding Flower Trend: Sorbet

{Sources: Left to Right, Top to Bottom: Yellow Billy Ball and Succulent Bouquet, Billy Ball Boutonniere, Brightly Colored Bouquet, Wholesale Flowers from FiftyFlowers.com (Yellow Cremon, Tangerine Yellow Dahlias, Pink Lavender Cremon, Green Spider Mum, Yellow Billy Balls, Light Blue Delphinium, Apricot Ranunculus, Yellow Calla Lilies, Coral Peony),Geometric Pastels Table Setting, Geometric Ornaments, Bright Geometric Centerpiece, Pop of Color Centerpiece, Pink and Yellow Centerpiece, Geometric Pastel Wedding Cake}

 

This palette is so playful and fun! Don’t be afraid to mix prints and colors for a look that’s all your own. What do you think of the Sorbet Trend? Tell us in the comments below!