Gorgeous, huge blue hydrangeas were the primary color for a recent wedding. This is the perfect time of year for these hues and they are relatively inexpensive!
I’m loving this gown. One of our recent brides wore it and the bouquet we created for her complements it perfectly. The flowers and crystals on the gown are so elegant. The bouquet is soft, romantic and traditional with a combination of Roses, Calla Lilies and Peonies. We even added in some Swarvoski crystals to match with the gown.
While most brides choose a single arrangement for their tables, many are opting for trendier centerpieces and are wowing guests with modern, diversified groupings of floral arrangements. Vases of varying shapes and sizes made of glass, ceramic, gold and silver are gathered together in the center of reception tables to …form one spectacular arrangement. These are often placed on a rounded mirror and surrounded by candles for a romantic effect. Using a different color or type of flower in each vase is another great way to bring out your unique style. Smaller, portable vases filled with beautiful blooms are a great bridal keepsake and gift for your guests.
Sometimes a simple clutch of white Calla Lilies is all it taks to add a touch of elegance to your wedding.
Choosing the right flowers and style for a fall wedding may seem somewhat daunting since the fall doesn’t offer the varieties and colors available in the spring and summer. However, there are many gorgeous and stylish blooms to choose from. Use a variety of textured flowers like Coxcomb with brilliant hues instead of just a few coordinating blooms for a lush, multi-dimensional arrangement. You can also opt to use non floral accents like fruit, vegetables, Birch Bark, Hypericum berries and cones. Pair the more exotic flowers with classic wedding flowers like Roses, Calla Lilies and Orchids in richer hues than you would use in the summer. For bouquets, gone are the loosely tied, garden like arrangements of the past season. Instead, go for the polished, rounded bouquets that are completely wrapped with satin or velvet and accented with rich colored jewels in crystals in pearls. Lastly, get creative with your vase choices. There are many options in traditional glass vases but instead incorporate urns, ceramic vases, colored glass, silver and gold leaf candelabras or even groupings of different shapes and sizes on each table. For your tables, consider adding loose colored leaves, mini pumpkins and anything else that celebrates the change of season.