The artistic ranunculus petals are frequently seen gracing bridal bouquets and in stunning wedding reception centerpieces. This high-end flower is gorgeous standing alone or paired with other blooms. With rose like features and unique colors, there is much to admire about the dazzling ranunculus.
Many couples that hold eco-friendly lifestyles are opting for simple and conservative weddings rather than extravagant and expensive events. Brides are looking for ways to choose eco-friendly wedding flowers without compromising their dream look. Learn how to make your celebration an eco-friendly one by using local, in-season flowers.
With the holidays quickly approaching, love is in the air! Many engaged couples are getting ready to tie the knot during this magical time. From cozy hot chocolate bars to festive flower arrangements, here are some of our favorite Christmas wedding ideas!
These wedding flower displays are so grand that even your wildest wedding dreams pale in comparison! Feast your eyes upon some of the most gorgeous wedding flower displays you have ever seen. Even if you don’t have an unlimited wedding budget like some of these brides, find inspiration and let your imagination run wild!
From crisp white roses to dark burgundy ranunculus there are plenty of romantic flower options for your winter wedding. Find the perfect flowers for your magical day with these inspirational photos. Remember to save the pictures you like so your florist can make your vision come to life!
Here are some flowers in season during the winter. If you have a particular flower in mind for your wedding and it isn’t in season, talk to your florist. Usually they can still manage to get the flowers you are looking for, but they might be more expensive.
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Winter weddings are becoming increasingly popular. See how brides have used the beautiful flowers listed above to create a picture-perfect wedding!
Snowy Winter’s Day
With seasonal elements it’s easy to add a festive touch to your wedding flowers. Ribbon, berries, pine cones, acorns and holly are classic winter items that will give your wedding more character.
Photo courtesy: Hey Wedding Lady
Bring innovative design and breathtaking views to your wedding day with the use of suspended and hanging flowers. This dramatic wedding trend can instantly add depth and elegance to an outdoor or indoor space. Find ideas for your wedding venue with these inspirational images. Remember to save the pictures you like so your florist can make your vision come to life!
This beautiful photo shows how hanging flowers can give your space an intimate feeling.
Photo by: Mod Wedding
Getting back to nature is a growing movement. We live in a fast paced world and many people have begun to see the beauty in slowing down. This is also true for the wedding world. Couples are choosing a more relaxed, natural atmosphere opposed to the old standard wedding structure of perfection.
Out with the old, and in with the…old? Brides are discovering “new” flowers that are actually heirloom flowers. There are older varieties of mums, zinnias, and carnations (among others) that are making a comeback. These older versions come in different shapes and more pastel colors that are a great match for the softer look many brides are trying to achieve.
With the rise of free seating and movement towards longer, rectangular tables, multiple centerpieces will take the stage. These centerpieces are likely to include flowering branches, and layers of greenery. There will also be variations in centerpieces to create a loosely connected vibe, rather than identical pieces across the board.
Locally grown flowers native to the region where a couple will be getting married are becoming more popular. Brides are choosing to have a free-flowing bouquet with a more organic look. This also brings the introduction of other elements of nature, like sprigs of lavender or edibles.
Whether you decide to stick with a more traditional style or go au naturel, flowers add beauty to any venue. For help discovering which flowers will make your day perfect, contact one of our local florists!
Flowers bring life to weddings and set the tone for the whole event. Choosing the perfect blooms to match your wedding colors and style takes careful consideration. Wedding season is here and our florists all over the country have been working hard to make bride’s visions come to life. Browse through some of our florists latest designs to find bridal bouquet inspiration.
This soft light blue and white bouquet was designed by Yacht Flowers in Fort Lauderdale, FL.
This bright peach and green bouquet was designed by Flowers of Worth Avenue in Palm Beach, FL.
This stunning bouquet of deep lavender, red and light pink was designed by Ann’s Petals in Longview, TX.
This colorful orange and light pink bouquet was designed by A Fruit Basket Southern Blossom Florist in Charlotte, NC.
This whimsical purple and white bouquet was designed by An English Garden Flowers & Gifts in Mokena, IL.
Flowers have become a way for brides and floral designers to display their creativity. Talk to your florist about exactly what you would like to see in your wedding bouquet and watch your vision come to life. If you want to continue to browse through wedding bouquet ideas visit our Wedding and Party Network Photo Gallery where you’ll find more beautiful arrangements from local florists all over the country.
Princess Diana’s cascading wedding bouquet of plush roses, white orchids, and myrtle stunned the world. Cascading wedding bouquets are back in style this year with a fresh new look. Brides are wanting a looser whimsical vibe for their weddings and this bouquet shape helps achieve that effortless beauty. Here are three types of cascading bouquets that brides are looking for this year.
Achieving a free-flowing whimsical look can be difficult but adding lush greenery will give the arrangement artistic charm and shape. This style is a great compliment to lace wedding dresses and outside ceremonies. This unique arrangement bursting with blooms is sure to stun your guests and bring your wedding to life.
Photo courtesy of Shadeland Flower Shop in Indianapolis, IN.
Everyone knows that spring is the season for weddings and flowers. We have made a quick list of the three most popular wedding flowers this season. Take a look at what flowers brides are loving for their weddings!
From classic neutral arrangements to colorful modern mixes the peony is an all-time favorite for spring brides. Peonies have large gorgeous ruffles that make them stunning in any bouquet or arrangement. Peony season begins in early spring and extends through late June. This beautiful bloom is available in various shades of pink, red, yellow, white, and cream.