We love talking trends with you fabulous summer brides, so we recently spoke with Angel Rodriguez of Rodri Studio about some great styles and trends of centerpieces for beautiful summer weddings!
Rodri Studio has been creating a lot of vibrant and geometric centerpieces this wedding season! Simple designs with bright color palettes and textures create the perfect summer look. Blocks of color are predominant while the use of clean lines and geometric shapes in the centerpieces bring a modern appeal to this trend.
Unexpected pretty pastels are another popular choice for summer centerpieces. “Soft pastels will always be in style for summer weddings as they reflect the tones of an English garden, and this year we will continue seeing unexpected color combos.”
Refined, unstructured and wild centerpieces are also beautiful. This style is a more formal approach to a rustic wedding while still using untamed bouquets and an eclectic use of blooms with lush colors.
“Summer wedding centerpieces should be romantic, rich in colors, and fun.” If romance is what the happy couple is looking for, the use of timeless soft pastels is in order. Soft creamy colors such as buttercream yellow and blush can be found in numerous blooms from Garden Roses and Peonies to Cafe au Lait Dahlias. Any of these beautiful blooms would look great with a variety of untamed fillers for a refined rustic garden look, especially with the lacy texture of the Dusty Miller.
This season, Rodri Studio has also seen couples get more creative with bold color choices, vibrant palettes of pinks, oranges, and yellows to even pairing marsala, the color of the year, with pinks and corals for a warm and interesting summer look.
Flowers play an important role as they add beauty and charm to any wedding celebration. There are so many beautiful color palettes, flower options, and styles to choose from, which makes the selection process very exciting! “Centerpieces should be a reflection of the couple’s personality and style while setting the tone and story for the rest of the wedding decorations.”
Corresponding writer: Angel Rodriguez of Rodri Studio
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