Wedding Trends | 2016 Dramatic Floral Centrepieces

It’s no big surprise that wedding flowers are important! I personally love flowers  in every aspect of design, interiors, weddings and events and I don’t think you can ever have too many. As a little girl I dreamed of getting married in a flower farm in the Netherlands or if that didn’t pan out simply adorning my dress with flowers.

At Little Gray Station I have loved working with brides to be and planning how we can include their favourite flowers in their wedding. There are often things that brides are unsure about when they come to see us but flowers are something that everybody seems to be excited about! We have personally worked with so many brides that were excited to do beautiful floral installations like Ella + Andrew’s gorgeous foliage canopy and Ian + Brees bright floral details. 

I am loving how the trend for dramatic florals is extending into all elements of wedding design including wedding dresses, wedding stationery and wedding cakes. Big, cascading and wild floral wedding centrepeices and bridal bouquets have been popular this year and I think the trend will continue to grow and be big in 2016.

  Left: Cake by  Cake Ink   Right: Photo :  Megan Robinson Photography  Florals:  Tinge

Left: Cake by Cake Ink Right: Photo : Megan Robinson Photography Florals: Tinge

 Photo :  Georgianna Lane  Inspiration:  Where One Lives

Photo : Georgianna Lane Inspiration: Where One Lives

 Left: Photographer/Videographer: Celia & Jorge of Pabelona Studio / Venue: Fairchild Gardens / Planning & Design: Miranda Hattie Events / Florist: Anthology Right:  Michelle Armas  Painter found via  OnceWed

Left: Photographer/Videographer: Celia & Jorge of Pabelona Studio / Venue: Fairchild Gardens / Planning & Design: Miranda Hattie Events / Florist: Anthology Right: Michelle Armas Painter found via OnceWed

 Photo:  Vogue    Vionnet, Valentino, Oscar de la Renta and Marchesa

Photo: Vogue  Vionnet, Valentino, Oscar de la Renta and Marchesa

 Left:  Marble and Milkweed  Right: Photography  Sylvie Gil Photography  Found via  Style Me Pretty

Left: Marble and Milkweed Right: Photography Sylvie Gil Photography Found via Style Me Pretty

 Left: Photography: Alixann Loosle Photography / Flowers: La Fete Found Via  100LayerCake   Right: Stationery by  Shannon Kirsten

Left: Photography: Alixann Loosle Photography / Flowers: La Fete Found Via 100LayerCake  Right: Stationery by Shannon Kirsten

 Left: Sydney artist  Laura Jones .   Photo –  Rachel Kara  for The Design Files. Right: Photography:  Orange Photographie  Floral Design  Habitat Events

Left: Sydney artist Laura Jones.   Photo – Rachel Kara for The Design Files. Right: Photography: Orange Photographie Floral Design Habitat Events