Wedding trends 2020
You've got the ring, booked the venue and now you're thinking about themes and styling trends. Here to help is wedding stylist and florist Annabel Grange from Butterflies and Bows.
As another year rolls in, it’s a time for a load more engagements and weddings. These days weddings are bigger than ever, and the trends and styles are ever evolving. For the lowdown on what’s trending in 2020, we chatted with wedding and floral stylist Annabel Grange from Surrey-based company Butterflies and Bows.
Country style softer bouquets are definitely still on trend for 2020, using UK native country flowers with different shapes and textures with soft eucalyptus greenery. In the bridal party, the bridesmaid bouquets do not have to match the bridal bouquet and gypsophila posies are on trend.
Pew ends are making a revival with the bubbly gypsophila as a very popular choice. This is simple, yet effective. For civil ceremonies, a chair sash tied on the Chiavari chairs but with the bow on the aisle side rather than mid back.
There seem to be two contrasting styles for table centres – tall glass vases with a larger voluminous flower ball are popular, alongside a revival for low softer table arrangements. Jam jars seem to be fading away for 2020, probably due to their huge popularity in 2018 and into 2019.
Hoops are gaining popularity, decorated with artificial or real flowers and foliage, used as backdrops for wedding cakes, ceremonies or even behind the top table. Care should be taken as a table centre so your guests view across the table is not impaired.
Butterflies and Bows is based in Lingfield, Surrey and covers weddings and events in Surrey, Kent, East Sussex and South London.