|Posted on November 18, 2015 at 6:00 PM||comments (1)|
Recently engaged, set the date and have the venue? Now your starting to look for all the fun vendors that will compile to make your dream wedding come true! This can all be so overwhelming so that's why today's Blog will focus on tips to help you during your Wedding Floral Appointment. Tip number one BUDGET - have an ideal amount of money you want to spend on floral decor for your special day. Tip number two IDEAS - come with some ideas of things you have seen and liked from friends weddings or the internet have an idea of your likes and dislikes so when your shown things you know the direction your headed in. Tip number three BE PREPARED - have an idea of who you want to have flowers in your wedding party, family, friends and at your reception site where you will be putting flowers Tip number four COMPROMISE - sometimes things you want or see on the internet are just not possible depending on the season your getting married or other factors so be OK with compromising your floral professional knows whats best in season and the top quality depending on your date of getting married let them work their magic and recommend whats best for your style and budget in mind! Keep an eye on our blog for more Wedding Flower Tips to help you in your planning process. Most importantly have fun and enjoy, it goes by so fast!
|Posted on November 3, 2015 at 8:00 AM||comments (0)|
Have you considered accenting your floral decor with Fruit? It's trending in the Flower Industry. Lemons, Limes, Watermelons, Oranges are just some of the fruits that can add to your floral decor. Some designers love to use fruit and flowers together because of the aroma and texture it can bring to their masterpiece. Fruit can also be used to help stay in a budget your working in. It will help create different elements as a filler and could end up saving you money. Another great reason to incorporate fruit and flowers together are the colors. Just like flowers, fruits come in a variety of colors that when paired with the right flowers compliment each other nicely. Keep an eye on our blog for more Wedding Flower Tips to help you in your planning process. Most importantly have fun and enjoy, it goes by so fast!
|Posted on October 31, 2015 at 10:20 AM||comments (0)|
Would you be surprised to hear that Halloween is a popular holiday for weddings. Would you consider having your wedding around this spooky holiday? If so you have lots of ideas to spin off of. Enjoy incorporating deep tones of color like your blacks, purples, oranges and golds. The theme is endless with ideas from spooky to elegant. Creative signs and props to play into your theme. "One Cupcake is Poisoned, Enjoy Your Night" "Brews & Elixers Made To Order, Potent Potions Included" You could also go as far as having your guest dress is costumes for your special day. A traditional Halloween wedding bouquet would include your dark reds and mix in a touch of black using perhaps feathers and or spiders. However your bouquet should be inspired by you so adding in pale succulents with dark flowers, vibrant colors, pattern ribbons, rhinestones, skulls, spiders, brooches or whatever speaks to you. Keep an eye on our blog for more Wedding Flower Tips to help you in your planning process. Most importantly have fun and enjoy, it goes by so fast!
|Posted on October 28, 2015 at 11:40 AM||comments (0)|
Are you the bride that is in search of whats trending for your wedding year of 2016? Well if so this is the blog for you. This blog will discuss what we have seen trending and what other professionals in the industry are saying "whats hot and trending for 2016." We are seeing more and more brides going with "Cascade Bouquets" as seen in the picture above to the left. This type of style of bouqet continues to grow in populatiry for brides and truly makes a statement. Are you a fan of this hand held bouquet? How about an all white wedding or do you perfer splashes of color? Wedding Professionals have commented on how all white weddings are timeless and can make a bold romantic statement. Pictured above in the middle is an all white wedding. I don't know about you but looking at that picture it looks pretty romantic and elegant with those lovely all white hydrangea!!! Our final picture and trend we will discuss is adding in that splash of color and the garden wedding theme. We are seeing more brides venture outside of the box and take on fun themes like "garden party" and adding extra decor to their special day to carry out their special theme. The Color Marketing Group has released their forcast of color trends for spring and summer of 2016 and they are seeing lots of red undertones that include pinks and purples. With 2016 right around the corner its good to see all the diverse trends and directions one could choose to make their special day memorable. Keep an eye on our blog for more Wedding Flower Tips to help you in your planning process. Most importantly have fun and enjoy, it goes by so fast!
|Posted on October 26, 2015 at 9:05 AM||comments (0)|
Choosing your wedding flowers is a very exciting and important step in the wedding planning process. Brides today are very fortunate for all the tools that can help them pick-out their favorite ideas and trends to make their dream wedding become a reality. With that being said its important before meeting with your Florist you have done some research on what you like and want for your special day. Do you prefer cascade or clutch bouquets? What color scheme and flowers are you wanting to see in your arrangements? Have you picked out your ceremony and reception site yet? Having these picked out before choosing your floral decor can make it easier. You can spin off of colors and decor at those locations to help influence your wedding flower choices. Be realistic about whats in season when your getting married. Chances are sometimes what you see on the internet isn't always in season. For example garden roses, which are available for a good portion of the year can be switched for peonies which tend to only be available in June. Keep an eye on our blog for more Wedding Flower Tips to help you in your planning process. Most importantly have fun and enjoy, it goes by so fast!