Prom Flower Trends for 2018
What’s hot in prom flower trends for 2018? The latest trends in flowers follow the latest trends in dresses, and for 2018, there’s a lot of variety! Dresses are trending towards pastels, lace, animal prints, embellished with sparkle, solid black and floral prints. Styles are short or long, slim or high-waisted, cut-out or mermaid hem. There is as much variety in the 2018 prom dresses as there are people who wear them! Waukesha Floral’s variety of flowers is just as large– we’ll have the right corsage, boutonniere or bouquet for you!
Spice up a plain black dress with a rainbow blend of fresh flowers on a black bracelet. Here, tea roses combine with hyacinth florets, ivy and kalanchoe buds to compliment a plain black dress.
Gathered-in-the-garden flowers with a wild streak are trending. This pretty bouquet would be perfect for a floral print dress.
Lace inserts are all the rage for prom. Why not continue the theme with a lacy rose corsage (this rose is silk). A little rhinestone bling adds the party factor!
An aqua blue ribbon adds softness and matches perfectly the dress color. Bring in a picture of the dress on your phone and we can help choose the perfect ribbon.
Ranunculus, soft pink roses and gray tones of eucalyptus, dusty miller and live succulent plants give this wrist corsage a natural look. The succulents are a plant that can be rooted after the dance and put into the garden for the summer. It’s a fresh keepsake.
Flowers for prom should be as unique and fun-loving as your date! This kissing ball shape is perfect for the confident, one of a kind person.
The combination of pink tea roses, white hyacinth florets, ivy and rhinestones is a classic beauty, perfect for a pastel or solid black or solid white dress.
Black feathers add an elegant touch to silver ribbons and white roses in this wrist corsage and boutonniere combination. This would be striking against a black or hot colored dress.
Shades of orange and white make this corsage a real dream! Stop by for more prom inspiration and to see all we have to offer.
This article was written by jane