The Latest Wedding Bouquet Trends for 2020

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The Latest Wedding Bouquet Trends for 2020

For brides planning on getting married in 2020, we have some of the most beautiful wedding bouquet trends for you.

If these bridal bouquets will be trending in 2020, then you are one lucky bride because they are simply stunning. These trends come along with the latest wedding trends in 2020, and what brides are preferring to have at their weddings.

Choose your favorite wedding bouquet or combine 2 trends to make it even more personalized for your wedding day.

Keep in mind that 2020 is all about bold and bright wedding bouquets; as brides in 2020 are vibrant and all about colors.

Here are some 2020 wedding bouquet trends we love:


Sun Palm Bridal Bouquet

Exotic Sun Palms

No flower says "Statement" like sun palm flowers, brides in 2020 want to be unique and bold, and this flower gives a bohemian and tropical feel to your bridal look.

We love that sun palms come in many different colors, which makes them easy to incorporate into a range of wedding styles and color palettes.

Bleached Greenery

Bleached Greenery

Greenery is a beautiful and classic choice for bridal bouquets, floral designers have started bleaching leafy plants creating an entirely new greenery trend.

Bleaching greenery is giving them a washed-out style for a bohemian and ethereal look.

Monochramatic Flowers

Monochromatic Bouquets

For brides who want a unique look, consider monochromatic bridal bouquets in a bold color, such as yellow or pink, you can also use flowers in the same color but in different shades.

Petite Bridal Bouquets

Petite Bouquets

Small-sized bridal bouquets are becoming a huge tren, these small bridal bouquets complement any bridal look, inspired by Kate Middleton, petite bridal bouquets are a favorite among brides and have been like this for the past few years.

Blooms with a Woodland Touch

Blooms with a Woodland Touch

Brides are still loving the idea of wildflowers that look like they have just been picked. So you will see a lot of wildflowers that are woodland-inspired, along with some lush greens.

Blush Colored Blooms

Blush Colored Blooms

After Pantone announced their colors of the year “Rose Quartz and Serenity ” back in 2016  brides are still using this color in their wedding bouquets.

Wide Bridal Bouquets

Wide Bridal Bouquets

Brides are looking for huge bouquets that look rich and lush, so they are choosing wide shaped bouquets that look like they have just been picked from a garden, the flowers are arranged horizontally to create a unique shape.

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