As the most vibrant and colorful design trend of 2016, the Festival trend can offer a burst of color to your wedding or any other special event. The dazzling array of colors range from vibrant yellow to Vermillion orange and fresh greens. The flowers that are used in this garden trend tend to be of bright eye-catching colors like Kate or Lemon Pompon, further enhanced by a variety of accents.
This trend is all about combining arrangements that have a delicate balance of colors and natural elements. An example of this would be the use of soft lavender colors of the Precious Moments garden rose in a natural wooden vase.
The Festival trend will also find a number of bohemian tributes displayed. Feathers and beads are common accent pieces that can pair perfectly with the swirling layered petals of the Baronesse garden rose. The Baronesse offers a large and bold bloom that can stand alone in the Festival Trend or can draw attention to the rich colors of the Delphinium.
The Sunset garden rose encompasses the vibrant colors of a beautiful sunset. What better rose to include in the Festival Trend than one that exudes a vibrancy of colors? When displayed in a transparent colorful glass vessel that is often used with the Festival trend, you can give your guests the impression of watching their own miniature sunset right in front of their eyes.
Ribbons and yarn are often used to keep the flower arrangements grouped together. Display tall vibrant Sunflowers with the unique Pink Piano garden rose in this manner. The deep-cup shape and intriguing hot pinks and dark green hues will allow the vibrant yellow of the Sunflower to really shine. Tie off your arrangements and then display them in a beautiful ceramic vessel.
The Festival Trend is a beautiful and bright option for you to choose for your special event or wedding. It is one of the less formal trends that you can use to bring a lot of energy into any space or outdoor area. This trend is perfect for those who want to keep the energy up and be surrounded by magnificent colors and natural accents.