Color Series: Top Floral Colors for Spring 2017

 

It’s hard not to be swept away by the spring season. Spring means the arrival of  warm weather and the emergence of bright colors! As the busy event season kicks off this spring, we have seen a new pattern of floral trends emerging - ranging from colors to floral varieties.

After visiting the New York City flower market and taking inspiration from fashion and interior design, we here at B Floral compiled a list of the top 4 floral colors for spring.


Primrose Yellow

Saul Metnick

Saul Metnick

 

Primrose Yellow is a warm, rich hue that will brighten up any spring arrangement.

Look for florals and berries in this calming shade to add a seasonal touch to a centerpiece, flower wall, or table setting. You can also try combining primrose yellow florals with an abundance of greenery to create simple yet impactful contrast.

 

 

Blush Pink

B Floral

B Floral

 

Blush Pink is a delicate pastel hue that was seen across the runways and throughout the design world as everyone was gearing up for this spring season.

This color is the perfect shade to add a feminine touch to any special event such as a spring bridal shower or garden tea party. A few of our favorite florals that are easily found in blush pink are peonies, garden roses, dahlias, and ranunculus.

 

 

Flame

Tom McGovern Photography

Tom McGovern Photography

 

Flame is a fiery hue, caught somewhere between red and orange, that will add a vivid pop of color to any spring event.

Try incorporating flame colored florals with creams or subdued blushes to balance this boldly rich palette. If you want to make a statement at your upcoming spring gathering, create an array of monochromatic arrangements in varying sizes in this deep orange hue.

 

 

Fuchsia

Mark Kopko

Mark Kopko

 

Fuchsia is a bold color combining tones of purple, red, and pink that compliment the fresh and vibrant feeling of spring.

Whether you're creating bud vases for your home or bar arrangements for a charity gala, fuchsia is a go-to color while looking to create an inviting atmosphere. Look for orchids, poppies, and calla lilies in fuchsia to complete a spring-inspired look.