Not only are these colors inspiring but the simple use of mono-botanical arrangements are classy and fresh. Orchids are one of my favorite flowers so seeing these more exotic blooms is pure joy. Tablescape arrangements can be achieved in many ways, using multiple different vessels of flowers or adding unique elements carried throughout your wedding theme.
Thursday, October 13, 2011
Pomanders are contemporary, geometric, unique and so much fun. A few of the great things about these flower spheres is that they can be made out of many different types of flowers or materials and come in numerous size options. Adorable for a little flower girl to carry or a cluster of many made from fabric to really give a different feel to your decor. Extra bonus, after the ceremony bring them to the reception and you can use them twice but in different ways. Money savers are always a plus!
Monday, October 10, 2011
These three bridesmaids all wore dark navy dresses, but picked their own style of dress. In keeping with this personalized theme all the girls carried their own signature bouquet. Individual touches can be seen in the different stem wrap details, unique flower combinations and overall bouquet design. These little details can really make your bridesmaids feel so special.
For the bride wanting to carry rich colors this bouquet is the right match. The 'Hocus Pocus' roses are not your typical rose with the unique striping they really play with texture. Delicate texture can also be seen in the wine colored dahlia's and succulents. This variety of rose is a sweet heart rose, so they are smaller in size. Making them perfect for your boutonnieres and corsages!
What fun, incorporating garden succulents to your bridal bouquet like this large echeveria! These succulent sun lovers are perfect for a hot summer wedding and with this particular color palette could be a very unique fall bouquet too. When designing I incorporated this succulent so it could be planted after the big day. Currently it is still growing over a year after the wedding! Garden succulents like the seedum foliage creating a collar around the bouquet were picked from the couples garden, giving a very personal touch.