The holidays have passed, the new year has arrived, and all of our winter brides are wishing for one thing: a snowfall on their wedding day to create a magical scene. We can’t control the weather, but we can control our wedding décor, ideas and accents to produce a perfect winter wedding. Inspiring winter color schemes, décor, flowers, and accents can help bring your theme to life. Using our winter wisdoms will help you and your guests remember why you chose to get married at the most wonderful time of the year.
One of the hottest trends in weddings and in fashion is 1920’s American glamour. With the popularity of the film Gatsby, based off of the great prohibition era author F. Scott Fitzgerald’s book The Great Gatsby, fringe, feathers, glitz and glam are back in style with a modern twist. Art deco inspired patterns, beading, headbands, flapper pleats, and pearls are being incorporated in many trending wedding designs. Champagnes, golds, silvers, and whites with accents of saturated color would be a nice way to modernize this vintage look. Whether or not you are planning a themed wedding or want to incorporate some aspect of this timeless look paired with a contemporary vibe, we hope these images will inspire you while planning your big day! Read More
Today’s brides generally opt for rounded, hand-tied bouquets and think of cascading bouquets as being vintage or old fashioned. We love the look of a well done, classy cascade bouquet. They can be simply stunning if made well. The only thing to be aware of is to make sure that this type of bouquet compliments your dress. If you’re wearing a ball gown don’t even think about it! Check out some of our own cascade bouquets along with a few others we found.
As Labor Day is quickly approaching and summer is coming to an end, weddings are on the brain of all fall brides to be. September is the most popular month for weddings especially on the east coast where the weather is a bit crisper and foliage gives us a gorgeous array of color. While some flowers are now out of seaso……n there are tons of stunning options for fall floral arrangements. Consider dahlias, Chrysanthemums, and Asters. Many brides opt for non floral accents to commemorate the season like fall fruit, vegetables and leaves.