Flower Ideas You'll Love
Wedding consultant Shannon Spiliotis recommends four great flower trends.
Peonies are the in flower! They are only in season for a short time, so garden roses are a great alternative with a similar look and are available year-round. Pair with antique containers and use as centerpieces for your vintage-themed event.
If you have your heart set on peonies but don't happen to be getting married during their short season, garden roses look very similar.
Oversized flowers like hydrangeas and garden roses in romantic colors in bouquets with delicate lace and ribbons. Hydrangeas come in a variety of blues, purples and white.
One-tone bouquets. Green bouquet: Cymbidium orchids, spider moms, Yoko Ono poms and hypericum berries. By Kate Parker Flowers. Purple bouquet: Clematis, succulent, monkshood, dahlia, purple hydrangea, fall crocus, black magic roses, purple basil, brunia, scabbiosa, eucalyptus, lavender, gomphrena and lamb's ear. By Apotheca Flower Shoppe and Tea Chest. Pink bouquet: Dahlia, rose, chocolate cosmos, fiddlehead fern, ranunculus and mokarea orchids. By Cymbidium Floral. Yellow bouquet: Kyvine rose, yellow sorbet calla lily, wax flower, drumsticks, yellow and cream lisianthus, yellow and green hypericum berry, tulip and spider chrysanthemum. By Brookdale Farms.
Branches added to your floral arrangements to make a big impact at a rustic chic wedding. Consider branches with a touch of sparkle to make it extra special. Top bouquet by Apotheca Flower Shoppe and Tea Chest. Bottom bouquet by Kate Parker Flowers.Edit Module