Winter is finally here, which means the season of winter weddings is upon us! To help inspire your winter wedding floral decor, our friends over at FTD have rounded up five of their favorite bouquets and featured three popular winter wedding flowers in each. From the wild look of the scabiosa flower to the soft feel of dusty miller, these bouquets are sure to inspire brides to make their wedding a winter wonderland! Continue reading
Ever consider taking your wedding flowers to new heights? Flowers are a staple decor element for all of life’s greatest celebrations, weddings included! Between breathtaking centerpieces and fresh bridal bouquets, florals are yet another way to make your wedding day one-of-a-kind. One flower trend we’re obsessing over lately is the DIY flower chandelier. With an effortless look and statement-making design, this is one of those decor pieces your guests won’t be able to take their eyes off of. Continue reading
Winter starts in just 24 days! With the cooler weather comes soft textures and colors. We’ve put together 41 of our favorite winter bouquets. Some are soft and sweet in white and muted grey, some are bright and cheery in reds and jewel tones. Whatever your personal flavor you can’t go wrong. Ask your local florist what is in season and see if it tickets your fancy. Winter has some unique blooms that can make your bouquet stand apart.
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We’ve all seen the flower girls with the gorgeous dresses and beautiful floral hair wreaths. Have you ever been jealous of their accessories? Like the bride and her maids, they carry flowers, but they also get to wear flowers. They get double the fun! Why not embrace the floral festive wear and give you or your gals a flowery head pieces? Check Pinterest for more inspiration.
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It’s the start of Fall! Don’t get me wrong, I’m all about the summer rays. But fall is so magical! The changing leaves, cool breeze, the warm color tones, what’s not to love?! How about these fantastic fall boutonnieres? Help your man find some creative floral wear for the big day. Think outside the box. Anything can be turned into a boutonniere if you have a creative florist!
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Many, maybe even most brides choose colored bouquets. The color pops against the white dress and allow the bride to pull her theme color. Sometimes white bouquets get overlooked as boring or plain. These bouquets prove that white is anything but boring. The beautiful texture and variety is simple and elegant. If you can’t decide which color is right for your bouquet, maybe the answer is no color at all!
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There is no flower so classically New England as the Hydrangea. Coming in all shades, it’s full texture makes it a perfect flower for everything from bouquets and centerpieces to boutonnieres and cake decor. It’s more than a wedding flower, it’s a potential wedding theme. Blue, pink, white, purple, choose your cool colored shade and start dreaming. Hopefully these ideas will get the creative juices flowing. Like those ceremony arches, what a unique way to use the hydrangeas!
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According to The Knot, the rose has been and continues to be the most popular wedding flower. While beautiful and sweet smelling, they aren’t everyones favorite. Sunflowers represent the sun and it’s cheerful life-giving rays. They symbolize adoration, loyalty, and longevity. If you’re a sunflower fan, this blog is your wedding inspiration. That last picture, it’s a sunflower lovers dream come true, no?
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Every bride needs something old new, borrowed and blue. These brides made their bouquets blue, and don’t we just love it! Many flowers come naturally in blue, like hydrangeas, orchids, morning glory, iris, butterfly bush, african lily, delphinium, the list goes on and on. Never fear, if your favorite flower comes in a different color, florists can make white flowers blue with a bit of die. Check out the stunning blue roses a few pictures down!
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