Bring your wedding décor to life with these flirty florals. As we ring in the new year we also ring in a whole new 365 days of wedding trends and style. Make sure your wedding isn't trapped in 2019 and take inspiration from some of these beautiful flower ideas!


Rachel Solomon Photography

Set the scene for summer nuptials with some citrus infused arrangements. From all-out orange trees as pictured, to more subtle nods to this look with arrangements incorporating lemons or limes. A burst of sunshine to match your mood!


Heline Bekker Photography

The autumn months introduce a kaleidoscope of wonderful, rich colours. Work this into any autumnal weddings with deep shades of burnt orange and burgundy complemented by fruit and vegetables such as apples, grapes, pomegranates and artichoke.

Go Green

Amanda Megan Miller Photography

If you’re simply not a flower person, that’s ok! Why not ditch the flowers entirely and opt for a simple arrangement of lush greenery? Accent with touches of gold and white throughout.


Paula O’Hara Photography

Lots of brides have Pinterest boards brimming with beautiful ideas created for warmer climates but the trick is to figure out how to adopt these trends for the more unpredictable Irish weather. For all those beautiful images of outdoor weddings, why not apply these to a greenhouse or one of the mary orangery’s which are on offer in lots of gorgeous venues throughout Ireland. Some prime examples include Kilruddery, Kilshane House, The Maryborough, Tankardstown and The Cliff at Lyons to name a few!

Hanging Florals

David Tsay

This trend is certainly big and bold and is ideal for those looking to pack a punch with their décor. These statement florals take centre stage and can become the focal point of any reception room.

Pampas Grasses

Jenna Joseph Photography

A trend which has been growing all over the world, pampas grass is a wonderful addition to your floral décor due to its versatility and range. The feather-like texture creates that wispy, ethereal softness which blends in perfectly with a whole host of themes from boho to romantic, and rustic to modern.

Pastel Perfection

Heather Waraksa

The soft hues of a pastel palette are elegant and delicate, making them a long-time favourite when it comes to summer weddings. From the larger arrangements, such as that pictured, to the smaller but more dainty bouquets, the cascade of complementing colours can be completed with some leafy greens.


Kelsi Kliethermes

Go au naturale with your florals and opt for the freshly plucked look in place of the traditional, tidy bouquet. This organic, flowing arrangement is ideal for the unique bride with a love of all things nature.


Flower Corner Bali

You don’t have to have a beach wedding to add a touch of summer to your day. Recreate your very own island paradise with these tropical themed arrangements. Think bright coloured blooms accented by tropical green plants and leaves.


- Alexandra