The windows are open and the birds are chirping from outside the floral studio. Only three weeks ago we were taking extra measures to keep bouquets from freezing during delivery to your homes and now look what is quickly approaching–Spring! With the turning of the season, we are spotting trends that reinforce our mission of sustainability and that continue to evolve the ways we bring you joy through flowers.
Spring Forward With These 2021 Floral Trends:
1. Locally Sourced Flowers
The first crop of locally grown anemones were dropped off this week by Jane from Thousand Acres farms in Parkville. Beautiful is an understatement! Our local growing partners, including Thousand Acres and Farmer and Florist, help us bring the garden into your home this Spring. This responsible sourcing is eco-conscious and gives us the ability to put the most fresh, seasonal blooms in our arrangements just 1-2 days of being cut.
2. Mood-Boosting Palettes
Each week this season, we're receiving fresh bunches of assorted hyacinths and tulips that come in a rainbow of colors that transform our arrangements into bright, joyful expressions of color, texture, and detail. This year floral trends are all about making bold statements. Our designs are influenced by color theory to make each arrangement a collection of feel-good color in your home.
3. Dried Florals
Dried and preserved florals have been a popular trend in weddings and decor in the past year and we’re excited to announce that EverWild Florals will be incorporating everlasting arrangements in the Spring/Summer Collection! This trend is all about being eco-friendly, creating a modern decor look that will last, and enjoying it for seasons to come.
4. Fresh Wreaths
Outside of our daily arrangements, our designers often get custom requests such as a recent request for a fresh spring wreath. Wreaths, made to last all season and hung outside, are a beautiful way to highlight natural materials that look good in all stages of its life-from freshly designed to dried on your door two months later.
Cheers to Spring!
From The EverWild Team,
Becca Schrag | Lead Designer