Geometric, Copper and Rose Gold Trends

(Calke Abbey, Riding School)

This season we are getting more and more requests for geometric designs – a theme that can carry across wedding flowers, cakes, ceremony backdrops and table settings.


(White Hart,Moorwood moor)

Accessories such as geometric lanterns, look elegant lining the aisle, Golden geometric centrepieces, Hanging geometric floral arrangements, Terraniums – little geometric glass containers – are also really popular, especially filled with succulents, air plants and  floral arrangements


(The Pumping House)

Succulents are available year round, so they don’t present any seasonal concerns for your wedding and these hardy little plants are a refreshing alternative to flowers.

They come in a surprising variety of colours, ranging from shades of green and grey to soft pink and purple, they look great painted in copper and golds too. Succulents  are especially great for summer weddings since they can stand up to the heat and won’t wilt.

Best of all, they’re eco-friendly and can be replanted at home after the wedding; they make lovely little gifts for your guests.

(Calke Abbey)

But this season it’s  all about geometrics, copper, gold and my personal favourite rose gold, Silver step aside—there’s a new metallic taking over.

Copper, Gold and Rose Gold are the colours of the moment and it’s hard to go wrong with sleek, shiny and simple base metal accessories, especially when you want to balance flowers with something a little more structured. This look feels classic and on-trend all at once.


Rose gold sequin runners and table cloths mixed with Geometric lantern centrepieces, place names, tealight holders make your wedding breakfast table scape ooze luxury. Hollywood Love letters and statement back drops add focal points to your venue.

Statement pieces are hugely popular, hanging floral arrangements, ceremony and wedding breakfast back drops, floral pedestal arrangements and towering floral centrepieces that wow your guests.

The best part is, this metal meshes well with any wedding style: polished copper can look glamorous and elegant, but matte or aged copper accents lend a rustic or vintage feel. It’s a thoroughly versatile look that is sure to make your wedding day shine!


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *