Five Ways to Incorporate Flowers

Wedding flowers may be a huge focal point for some brides. So why not have some fun with it? Whether its a seasonal color, a particular flower or just the beauty of a colorful centerpiece there are tons of ways that you can draw inspiration and play around with ideas for your special day.
 

A FLAIR FOR THE DRAMATIC

If you want to impress your guests why not go for an upside down flower garden? The arrangement is not only eye-catching, but will give your venue the wow factor you're looking for. If you want something elegant, we suggest going with white or pale pinks. If you want a dramatic look then go for brighter colors like purples and yellows. 

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Photo Source: Pinterest 

 

Make them feel Special 

Instead of giving your Godmother or favorite cousin a corsage to wear, why not put a floral wreath on their chair? Not only will they feel special but this adds a regal element, and who doesn't love that? Plus, this adds more color and texture to your venue. As for the bride and groom chair wreathes, play around with different colors or use ribbon to make yours pop! 

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Photo Source: Pinterest

 

Be Creative

You can really make a statement with floral table runners. This arrangement will take the place of a traditional table runner and will also make a grand statement. Go for a monochromatic color palette when doing this kind of centerpiece.

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Branch OUT

You can add height to your wedding venue by adding floral branches. This is a great idea if flowers aren't your thing but you still want to add some color and romance. Not only do they add a beautiful focal point to your venue but you will leave your guests speechless!

Photo Source: North Island Photography    

Photo Source: North Island Photography  

 

Get Low

You want to encourage your guests to converse over dinner - especially if they haven't seen each other for a while.  Large or tall floral arrangements can block conversation so try low centerpieces. This will allow your guests to laugh and engage in conversation while giving an intimate touch! 

Photo Source: Go! Bespoke

Photo Source: Go! Bespoke

Did you use any of these floral ideas at your wedding? Share your thoughts and pictures in our comments section!