So when I mentioned hanging centrepieces as one of the top trends for 2016, I didn’t mean that hanging decor or even hanging florals were a new thing. In fact, their momentum has been building for a while now. But when it comes to choosing hanging centrepieces instead of lush table runners, or in addition to on-table centrepieces, this is their moment. I’ve been watching more brides requesting this over the last year, and some of our most talented florists (not to mention those overseas) creating new and wonderful creations that push the boundaries of this trend. There’s never been a better moment to look up.
Image sources (top to bottom, left to right): 1- Jilda G/Someday Soon/ Okasie on SouthBound Bride; 2- Fleur le Cordeur/ [kraak] via Gunther Schubert; 3- KT Merry Photography/50Fifty Creative Services via Belle the Magazine; 4- Amy Arrington Photography/Tailor and Table via Southern Weddings; 5- Lauren Gabrielle Photography/A Charming Fete/Molly Taylor Designs via Style Me Pretty; 6- Josh Gruetzmacher Photography via Brides; 7- Cecilia Fox via Elle; 8- Fiona Clair Photography/Talloula via B.Loved; 9- Adene Photography/Fleur le Cordeur/[kraak] via The Pretty Blog; 10- Chris Isham/ ModFete Floral + Event Design via Style Me Pretty; 11- Studio Castillero/GATHER Events/Honey & Poppies via Green Wedding Shoes; 12- Sarah Kate Photography/DFW Events/Bella Flora via Style Me Pretty; 13- Claire Thomson/Nico Launcher via SouthBound Bride; 14- Bryan N. Miller Photography/Katherine Riley Events/Carla Kayes Floral Design via Style Me Pretty; 15- Love Katie + Sarah/Dot Dot Dash/Fleur Florist via Ruffled; 16- Mallory Berry For MGB Photo/Tulipia Floral Design via Style Me Pretty; 17- Jake Morley Photography via Rock My Wedding; 18- Olive Photography/Coriander Girl via Ruffled; 19- Yolandé Marx via The Pretty Blog; 20- Lauren Gabrielle Photography/A Charming Fête/Molly Taylor + Co. via Green Wedding Shoes