This article was published in Pop Sugar
Brides planning to tie the knot in 2018, we talked to Farmgirl Flowers founder Christina Stembel about what’s in and what’s out in terms of wedding flowers next year. The ethical florists in San Francisco do on average around 20 weddings per week, making them an authority in the wedding floral space. It also means they see their fair share of trends come, go, and stay a little too long.
One in particular that Christina is ready to be over: “I’m really sick of flower crowns,” she told POPSUGAR, laughing. “Flower crowns have been around for several years now, and I think people are really looking for the next thing.” So what is the next thing? Christina said to expect flower jewellery, bolder colours, and bigger elements in 2018.
Christina shared that a couple of designers have recently brought this trend to the forefront, and it has been catching people’s eye. Variations of the flower crown in the form of a tiara, bracelet, and statement necklace are on the rise.
“We even did a class for DIY for brides, and it was really well-received, and so now we’re starting to see people shift,” she said. “Instead of asking for flower crowns, they’re asking for more like tiara-style flowers. They’re not flower crowns; they’re made differently.”