Valentine’s Day is synonymous with romantic colors like deep reds and soft pinks. A bouquet of deep red roses has been a resemblance of romantic love for decades, but 2024 opens a new additional world of other textures to add an additional charm to each arrangement.
“I found my love for floral design in my earlier days at Serendipity starting with building small arrangements that would be added to our buffets at events and deliveries as special touches. I fell in love with a colorful bouquet from Rocky Mountain Bride and decided I wanted to try my hand at wedding florals and that really catapulted me into a passion for designing for special events and weddings.”
In order to help you keep up on the 2024 Floral Trends just in time for Valentine’s Day, here are some tips from our in-house florist, Raven:
- Incorporate non-traditional Valentines colors; (blue is a personal favorite!
- Use more than just roses – added textures from items like tinted pampas, orchids, ranunculus, ginesta and anthurium are great to incorporate.
- Monochrome bouquets are stunning and unique! Combining shades of reds and pinks give an intentional and luxurious design.