When you think of weddings, there are a few things that come to mind. Guests can’t wait to see the cake, the gown, and which spring wedding trends the bride and groom have incorporated into their big day. But the one thing that ties it all together is the wedding flowers. Flowers not only act as decorations, they also play a central role in the bride’s look, whether she’s carrying a bouquet or has fresh flowers pinned in her hair. But flower trends come and go by season and by year. Some flowers, like roses, are timeless and never go out of style, but if you’re looking for what’s hot in trendy flowers for your wedding at Tribeca Rooftop + 360° in NYC in 2022, look no further!
Unexpected color combinations are a big trend heading into 2022. Try pairing corals and oranges with blues, or find a combination that really pops and don’t be afraid to buck traditions! After all, it’s your day!
Sage green is the hot color for 2022 weddings, so naturally lots of green flowers and, well, greenery, are going to be on-trend. Succulents, green hydrangea, and green lilies are all inventive ways to green up your bouquet and decor. Plus, with our neutral raw space at Tribeca Rooftop + 360° in NYC, the main focus will be on your color palette.
As we mentioned before, green weddings will be all the rage in 2022, but there’s a different kind of green trending right now, too: environmentally friendly. Using live plants as decorations is a great way to decorate your space, but also allow you to keep your centerpieces and decor long after your big day.
Flowers with a lot of texture are also a big look heading into the new year. Combine smooth flowers with textured greenery or vice versa. Ask your florist if you can feel the flowers to help you make up your mind. Add leaves and branches to arrangements to create a mystical garden look, full of tactile variety.
Remember, the classics are always in style, so if none of these trends are quite what you’re looking for, go with what you like. Your wedding day is yours to celebrate (and decorate) any way you want. With the versatile raw space at Tribeca Rooftop + 360° in NYC, your wedding will look good in any color.