Blooms that have layers of multiple petals, such as garden roses, green hydrangea, ruffled peonies, and gillyflower are on the rise. These flowers offer not only beauty, but a textured look that make them stand out in any flower arrangement.How often to do you reach for the same type of flower? Or the same color flower? It’s easy to get stuck in a rut.

The great thing about buying flowers is that we have so many choices. Talk to your local florist to make a gift of flowers customized to delight your special recipient.

Your florist can help you make the best choice when selecting flowers and help you to create an arrangement you and your recipient will love. Your florist has a design sensibility for putting items together to make a fresh statement, whether it be gifts, wedding and event décor, office décor, or even selecting accents for your home. Use their expertise to your advantage.

Some on-trend looks in floral design that have a big “wow” factor include: 

  • Natural elements, such as wooden containers, that feature a birch look or a have a textured bark styling.
  • Succulents are everywhere and there is a reason why. These plants are easy to take care of and have a modern appeal that make them an easy gifting option, as well as a great addition to your home or office.Any design style that features reusability or sustainability speaks to a recipient who likes to stay current and up on the latest trends.
  • Blooms that have layers of multiple petals, such as garden roses, green hydrangea, ruffled peonies, and gillyflower are on the rise. These flowers offer not only beauty, but a textured look that make them stand out in any flower arrangement.
  • Succulents are everywhere and there is a reason why. These plants are easy to take care of and have a modern appeal that make them an easy gifting option, as well as a great addition to your home or office.
  • Textural elements added to a bouquet, such as vines, berries, or ferns give it a trend-forward appeal and a rustic charm that will give even your go-to flowers a current look.

Textural elements added to a bouquet, such as vines, berries, or ferns give it a trend-forward appeal and a rustic charm that will give even your go-to flowers a current look. With today’s hurried, tech savvy lifestyle, we all yearn to bring a bit of nature into our homes to help us reconnect to a slower pace and admire the beauty of all that surrounds us. You can do this with a seamless style and grace by simply working with your florist to give you that fresh, trendy look we all crave. Make it happen today.