What's hot in weddings for 2014?

      EUGENE, Ore. - For all the brides-to-be, maids of honors and mothers of the bride - listen up. calls 2014 the year of the flower in announcing what's hot in the world of weddings.

      So being a bride-to-be myself, I caught up with Anastasia Ehlers at Oregon Floral to see what that meant.

      "Think about one really big piece your guests are going to notice right away and it's going to make a statement," she said. "Whether it's a floral chandelier hanging from your dance floor or your cake table."

      She said the look is going back to the basics but not forgetting that bold color and having it pop.

      "It's not wired in, it's not glued in, it's not stuck in foam," Ehlers said. "So you return to the way flowers present in the garden."

      The website adds if you have one amazing flower piece- keep the rest of the flowers on the simple side.

      Earthy with pizzazz isn't just the theme for your flower arrangement: one of the biggest wedding themes for this year is saying I do in the middle of nature.

      Tom Locascio said he got married at Mount Pisgah 33 years ago.

      "To be able to be outdoors under the trees professing your love with some of the most important people in your lives is a really special thing," he said.

      Maybe you met on a hike or maybe it was your first date, the site says it doesn't matter. This year both the bride and groom are finding a reason to say "I Do" in the great outdoors.