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It’s been called “Folk Art Reinvented” and it’s a bridal trend that is growing in popularity worldwide...featuring floral de - signs with a decidedly upbeat and cheerful nature. The designs vary widely, from very bright blooms and origami artistry, to “hippie-meets-country-chic” styles and textures. Brides are mostly focusing on flowers that include quirky orange crush roses, bright green Shakira alstroemeria, vivid Beatrice garden roses, yellow forsythia, red celosias, green trick carnations, blue delphinium, pink gerbera daisies, sweet peas and tulips – and brides are requesting playful extra touches such as butterfly motifs. The main colors are orange, deep blue, and pink. Brightly col - ored vases in varying sizes are used to provide a look of individ - ual taste and free spirit. Many brides also like to add additional pizzazz to their Folk Art weddings with unique floral headpieces, as well as archways, floral chandeliers, and wall decorations. If you have a wedding coming up where the bride is seek - ing something new and different, why not discuss the Folk Art trend with her? It could be an inspiring way to imagine and bring to life bridal designs that wedding guests will remember for many years to come.
The original article can be found at Floriology's Magazine.