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Top 5 Flower Trends of 2018 June 13, 2018

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Top 5 Flower Trends of 2018, Branford Center, Connecticut

Whether you’re looking for wedding flower inspiration or trying to spruce up your kitchen counter, the biggest floral trends could have an impact on your decision. No bloom really goes out of style, but certain flower arrangements leave a lasting impression on flora fans every year. Here are five striking flower trends of 2018 that you can use in your next gift or decorative bouquet.

The Biggest Flower Trends of 2018

1. Anthuriums

It’s usually impossible to declare a single flower the bloom of the year, but the anthurium certainly holds the title in 2018. This big, tropical bloom makes a statement either as the focal point of a bouquet or a tasteful accent to a colorful flower arrangement. From eye-popping reds to natural greens, the variety of anthurium colors will suit any taste.

2. Vivid Violet

Pantone’s 2018 Color of the Year is ultra violet, a bright, vivid shade of purple. It’s no surprise flowers of the same hue have taken hold at every florist. The color calls to mind ingenuity, uniqueness, and a limitless night sky. For this reason, flower arrangements containing this color are perfect for weddings, anniversaries, and any occasion looking toward the future.

3. Soft Arrangements

flower arrangementsSoft colors reminiscent of sweet treats are a continuously growing trend this year. Cotton candy pinks and blues on fluffy blooms have a dreamy, gentle quality that can soften any atmosphere. Think pastel carnations, peonies, roses, and chrysanthemums. These blooms appeal to a more romantic aesthetic.

4. Moody Colors

On the opposite end of the spectrum, dark, moody colors are also in style. Deeper tones like maroon, plum, and burgundy take the spotlight in direct contrast to delicate pastel arrangements. Brooding roses, orchids, and tulips can give your flower arrangements a darkly beautiful appearance.

5. Unique Designs

If there’s anything to be said about the most popular arrangement trends, it’s that customers are craving more adventurous styles that break away from traditional norms. Playful mixes of shapes, sizes, and colors grace everything from bridal bouquets to birthday flowers. Exotic palms, willow, and tropical flowers can add something special to your bunch.

At Myers Flowers of Branford, CT, you’ll find the perfect flower arrangements for every occasion. They carry the freshest, trendiest flowers around, as well as the classics. Choose from their curated selection of arrangements, or customize your own. Call (203) 481-2381 to speak with a knowledgeable florist today. Check out their Best Sellers section online to browse some customer favorites. 

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