Durocher Florist

Durocher Florist

Posted by durocherflorist on June 8, 2015 Seasonal Flowers

2015 Summer Floral Trends

durocher1Now that Memorial Day is over and schools are letting out, it’s time to turn our attention to summer! For many of us in New England, summertime will be a welcome sight following a record-setting winter and an active spring storm season.

Flowers play such a visible role in setting the mood for outdoor events, and choosing the right ones for each occasion is an important decision that should not be overlooked. Here are some of the hot, new summer floral trends to keep an eye out for this summer as we head out to the beaches, pack the picnic baskets and watch the parades.

durocher2Be Bold – Bright, saturated colors with lots of contrast are a very popular choice for flowers this summer. Cheerful and vivid, these particular floral designs set the mood and make us happy with their bold and beautiful summertime designs. Bright, bold centerpieces and color-rich compact designs are popular this season for picnics and other jovial summer gatherings. Our Calypso bouquet is bright, bold, and perfect for summer!

durocher3Be Wild – Also hot this summer is the wild garden look of flowers that appear to have just been picked. These designs are usually free-flowing and asymmetrical, and tend to focus less on traditional garden flowers and more on foliage and wildflowers for that do-it-yourself look. Our Wildflower Basket is packed with wildflowers and offers wonderful and whimsical twist on the popular “fresh-picked” trend.

Be Unforgettable – One particular trend that is very popular this summer is the look and feel of luxury and classic beauty. Traditional flowers such as roses and hydrangeas in French-inspired soft muted pastels and classic whites and creams evoke vintage feelings of elegant romance and nostalgia that stands the test of time. Our stunning Luxe Be A Lady bouquet is a classic example of this luxurious summer trend.

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