Select your flowers: Many different flowers can give the colors you choose. Will you want roses or carnations, orchids or iris? Your decision will be somewhat influenced by where you live and the season of the year. Lilacs are almost impossible to get (at a price you can afford) in January, so find other flowers that have a similar shade. You may decide to have all roses or an assortment of several varieties. Whatever you choose, make sure the flowers are available in your locale or place a special order for just what you want.
Also known as the leatherleaf fern, this plant grows year-round and can last anywhere from seven to 21 days. The leather fern is thick and extends out on the sides in a unique formation. The way the stem branches out creates a triangular shape and is great for adding body to floral decor. It can stand alone in a vase as a centerpiece or add a tropical flair to a floral arrangement.
DIY doesn’t save the world, and it isn’t always cheaper. But when it comes to wedding flowers I personally feel that the latter of the two should be true. When you hire a florist you are not only price quoted for the flowers, but also the labor put into making your floral arrangements. So, if you can take the labor out of the cost by making your own bouquet, you’ll be spending a lot less money.
Bohemian-themed weddings are typically full of natural, locally sourced flowers. If you’re getting married in the summer, you’ll have the most luck finding your favorite colorful blooms and wildflowers. The flowers you choose for your boho-inspired bouquet are equally as important as the lush greenery that accompany it. Pair your favorite colors with pampass grass and eucalyptus to create a wedding bouquet as unique as you.
The corsages/boutonnieres for the parents must differ somewhat from the step-parents, and all grandparent corsages/boutonnieres should be
A vintage-inspired wedding is a way for you to tie traditions from the past into your wedding day. Although vintage themed weddings replicate eras in history, you can also add your own modern twist to the decor, flowers and dress to reflect the taste of you and your significant other. In this bouquet, the bright colors and greenery pop against the brides stunning vintage dress. Believe it or not, this wedding bouquet is made out of paper, allowing the bride to cherish her beautiful wedding bouquet for years to come.
The awkward-sounding name of this bloom derives from Greek and means “love flower.” Most often available in shades of blue or sometimes white, these delicate flower clusters add volume without density to table centerpieces. Agapanthus is gorgeous on its own when tightly clustered into a bouquet but also adds a pop of color when combined with a neutral bloom such as baby's breath.