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Jay Archer Floral Design: 2015 Lookbook

Jan 30, 2015

We are so fortunate today! Award-winning wedding and special event florist, Jay Archer, is sharing her 2015 Lookbook with us. Her style is often described as natural, abundant and eclectic, with an emphasis on homegrown, seasonal and locally sourced flowers with quirky textures and old-fashioned scents. With ‘The English Romantic’ Jay presents her own unique take on this year’s predicted trends with an exciting glimpse of what’s to come in 2016. From table centres and bouquets to wreaths and circlets, the Lookbook embodies the romance of a quintessential and classic British wedding with a touch of panache.

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Key Trend: Blue & White

A blue and white bouquet bursts with delphiniums, forget me not, muscari, hydrangea, iris and clematis in abundance.

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Key Trend: Ombre

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Key Trend: Red & Pink

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Key Trend: Copper

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Key Trend: Flower Girl Circlets

A pretty flower girl circlet, expected to adorn the heads of many a young lady in 2015, combines catkins, rose heads, dusty miller, scabious and twigs.

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Key Trend: Pastels & Gold

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Key Trend: Rosegold

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Key Trend: Mint

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Looking ahead to 2016…

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Key Trend: Crystal

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Key Trend: Silver

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Key Trend: Big Bow | Small Bouquet

Jay says: “With the 2015 Lookbook we’ve taken this year’s key trends and our predicted looks for 2016 and created our own floral representations using mainly English grown flowers where possible. We’re predicting a lot of interest in the English Romantic look as brides continue to find creative and inspiring ways to incorporate high-end fashion and the latest trends in their wedding days plans.”

To see more of Jay Archer’s work: Website | Facebook | Instagram | Twitter

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  1. Leah McMaster

    February 1st, 2015 at 9:37 pm

    Gorgeous! I’m loving the new trends for the 2015 wedding season!

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