Trend Alert: Hanging Floral Installations

It is a fun time to be a florist! While we will never ever tire of designing gorgeous tabletop centerpieces, we have had a lot of fun jumping on board one of the industry’s hottest trends. Recently, many of our brides have been interested in taking their wedding flowers to new heights … literally! Hanging florals are such a beautiful and inventive way to add dimension to a venue. They have the ability to make a large space feel more intimate. They also have the ability to make a smaller space feel larger – by drawing the eye upwards, they maximize the height of a room.

From floral light fixtures, to hanging canopies, to gorgeous floating garlands, it has been such a treat designing these installations for our brides.

 

Hanging Canopy

This couple, married in a family owned art gallery, chose to completely forgo a traditional aisle. They opted instead to stand beneath a floating candlelit canopy, and it doesn’t get much more ethereal than that!

 

Images courtesy of Marie Labbancz 

Collaboration with Taylor Creative Inc 

 

Floral Light Fixtures

This couple chose to hold their reception at the beautiful Faimount Park Horticultural Society. This stunning space doubles as a greenhouse, so the use of these foliage adorned lanterns made it feel as though the flowers were floating in the air. We collaborated with the wonderfully talented Truly You Events and Eventions Productions to choreograph this dreamy look.

Image Courtesy of Brittney Raine Photography 

 

Floating Centerpieces and Garland 

The Kimmel Center’s Rooftop Garden is another beautiful venue that can really make it feel like you are bringing the outdoors in. Large elevated centerpieces functioned like a hanging garden and garlands ornamented with lights twinkled above guests’ heads.

Images courtesy of Asya Photography

This family wanted a modern, chic “Treehouse” look for their child’s Bar Mitzvah at the Chubb Center. The hanging garlands take front and center when paired with the airy lucite furniture.This was a collaboration with Mark Uravic Design, Stephanie Carr, Bobby Morganstein Events, and All Around Entertainment 

 

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