Remember the scene in The Devil Wears Prada where Miranda shames Andy for being an intellectual snob about the importance of colour? As harsh as Miranda is - and honey, she is harsh - she's right. For anyone working in a creative industry (florists most definitely included), colour trends such as the Pantone Color of the Year have a huge influence on our designs and mood boards.
From Rose Quartz in 2016; Greenery in 2017 and Ultra Violet this year, Pantone's colour predictions subtly shape and change they way we shop for clothes, paint our walls, select our flowers and design our bouquets. Read more on our take on Ultra Violet.
Shades of Yellow by Hayford & Rhodes with Catherine Walker & Co for 2018 Chelsea In Bloom
Hayford & Rhodes are predicting big, big things for yellow in 2019. From the palest, softest, pastel sorbet-lemon, to warm, golden rich mustard, this colour sybolises happiness, optimism and positivity.
Sunshine in a vase: The Buttermere Bouquet by Hayford & Rhodes
Our Buttermere bouquet is the floral design personification of our passion for yellow: Reminiscent of hazy summer days, golden daisy-like Rudbeckia are softened by warming, luxurious yellow Roses and gently scented seasonal traditional English garden herbs and foliage.
The Luxe Bee Botanical Gift Set
The nectar-yellow of honey is (literally) all over our brand new Bee Botanical Gift Sets, with soft, natural yellow Warner Edwards Honeybee Gin, golden Alex Monroe jewellery and Bermondsey Street Bees honey all nestled amongst foliage and flowers featuring a splashes of nature's hero, yellow Achillea.
Immerse yourself in our creative team's collaborative Pinterest board, It Was All Yellow, for everything you need to bring sunshine into your life for 2019, from weddings and interiors, to fashion and design.