Trends represent shifts in consumer preferences. Sometimes the shifts are huge and cut across most all consumer profiles. Sometimes a trend is only actualized in a small portion of all consumers, but when the impact is large enough to cause a noticeable change in demand for the trend product(s), the trend is big and the impact wider. Flower Trends Forecast 2020 identifies the changes in consumer preferences impacting the most change in demand for cut flowers and floral décor.
IFD Flower Trends Forecast 2020: Candle Artisans
It is amazing how a design changes when you add candlelight. The ambiance and feel of a room is transformed with the warm glow of candles. In this video we share the impact of candles in both the A New Leaf trend and the Posh + Polished trend using Patrician brand candles from Candle Artisans.
IFD Flower Trends Forecast 2020: With Elite Flower
Warm and saturated colors found in dahlias, peonies and calla lilies are contrasted with the beige and cream of The Elite Flower ‘White Majolika’ spray roses and ‘Vendela’’ roses in our exuberant posh + polished styled shoot. Elegance is created with flowers from The Elite Flower.
IFD Flower Trends Forecast 2020: With Desing Master
Trends for flowers for 2020 encompass a variety of color palettes. No two brides have exactly the same colors in mind but they do follow trends! Sometimes the color of a flower is not just the shade you need and a color shift is in order and Design Master Color Tool has the spray you need to shift a color.
IFD Flower Trends Forecast 2020: With Sun Valley Group
Lavish bouquets of rich, multi-petaled flowers overflow with beauty describe posh + polished! Hydrangea, tulips and lilies like the classic Sun Valley Bach Royal Lilies create a feeling of sophistication. And in the vibrant vibe trend you will love the Sun Valley Queensland and Columbus tulips!
IFD Flower Trends Forecast 2020: Trends For Flowers
Flowers and floral décor create events with memories that last forever. The trends for floral décor for 2020 are both beautiful and exciting. Today’s floral décor reflects our values and aspirations. More hints of nature but with plenty of opportunity to personalize and express who we are. Yes, you will see more unique flowers, more dried flowers, more foliages and the incorporation of plants into floral décor. Enjoy the top trends for flowers and floral decor for 2020!
IFD Flower Trends Forecast 2020: Pete Garcia Co
Creating the romantic, bohemian style of black tie + barefoot requires the right containers, colors and accessories. Utilizing permanent botanicals as we did with stems from Plus One Imports, provided the flexibility to create this moody palette. Special thanks to the Pete Garcia Company for supporting Flower Trends Forecast 2020,
IFD Flower Trends Forecast 2020: Flowers for 2020 from IFD Flower Trends Forecast
Helen Miller, AIFD, CAFA, CF and Derek Woodruff AIFD, CFD, CF, PFCI, AAF have released their picks for the top cut flowers for 2020! Their research for Flower Trends Forecast 2020 revealed flowers that were emerging as consumers top selections when buying flowers and floral décor in 2020!
IFD Flower Trends Forecast 2020: Equiflor Rio Roses
Creating the Black Tie and Barefoot trend requires a natural light and delicate appearance. Rio Roses has all the right varieties to create this bohemian but tailored look. Rio Roses from Equiflor provide the romance! Quicksand, White Majolika, Porcelina and White O’Hara Rio Roses are all used throughout our trend collection.
IFD Flower Trends Forecast 2020: Syndicate Sales
The black tie + barefoot tablescape features the Syndicate Sales Lanterns creating an intimate and romantic feel when surrounded by the hushed hues of lavenders and pinks.
IFD Flower Trends Forecast 2020: Wm. F. Puckett
The soft moody colors of Black Tie & Barefoot is a perfect way to use white tinted cut greens like White Mist Plumosa, Tree Fern or Salal from the fernery of William F. Puckett. Muted and muddy tonal flowers combine with lacy and airy foliages expressing black tie + barefoot's feminine flair!
IFD Flower Trends Forecast 2020: Accent Decor
posh + polished is a wedding decor style mixing matte metal vessels with rich, warm, jewel-toned flowers. The many vessels from Accent Decor help create the elegant and luxurious look that is at the heart of posh + polished! See more at https://www.flowertrendsforecast.com/posh-polished-floral-and-design-trend-book-2020.
IFD Flower Trends Forecast 2020: Rosa Flora
Piazz and Avignon gerbera daisies from Rosa Flora help create the youthful spirit of Vibrant Vibe. All types of flowers can be used but Gerbera daisies give that dramatic burst of vibrant color. Just look at the pop of color from the Rosita and Explorer gerbera from Rosa Flora in this outstanding Vibrant Vibe bouquet!
IFD Flower Trends Forecast 2020: Smithers Oasis
Lush tablescapes are an essential part of the Posh & Polished traits. Using Oasis Black Midnight Standing Spheres anchor the tablescape providing a detailed and cultured feel that are essential to Posh & Polished trend. See more at https://www.flowertrendsforecast.com/posh-polished-floral-and-design-trend-book-2020.
IFD Flower Trends Forecast 2020: Dummen Orange
The black tie + barefoot trend style calls for muted colored flowers! The Copacabana carnation from Dummen Orange is a perfect color for this style! Dummen Orange’s passion for excellence can be seen in the stunning array of new and thrilling varieties of carnations, roses, chrysanthemums and gerbera daisies.
IFD Flower Trends Forecast 2020: Knud Nielsen
In A New Leaf, the design style allows nature’s beauty to shine through. This style combines flowers plants, foliages and an array of dried flower materials. Knud Nielsen has the most comprehensive selection of varieties and colors for the dried materials to meet today's craze.
IFD Flower Trends Forecast 2020: Ball SB
Ball Horticultural Company is a world leader in the research, breeding, production and marketing of ornamental crops, including cut flowers. Ball SB provides vegetative plant material for fresh cut flowers in the highland tropics and made possible dianthus, dusty miller, kale, stock and lisianthus for the Flower Trends Forecast!