By On Sep 24, 2018 Wedding Flowers
Individual arrangements for each table are replacing identical centrepieces at modern weddings. To make this look work, brides are keeping it simple by having the same flowers in a different colour, different flowers of the same colour, or the same flowers but different containers for each table. Keeping the arrangements themselves simple by just sticking to one type of flower per arrangement also helps to create a unified effect without each table being identical.
Once you have made all the flower arrangement decisions for your wedding day, it is time to choose corsages for your special guests. Corsages are worn by mothers, grandmothers, and godmothers in weddings. Some families also prefer corsages for special guests at the ceremony. Most of the people forget about one of the most common and classic traditional parts: the corsage and boutonniere. For those who are choosing corsages the first time, the process would be a little confusing.
Bright colours are replacing neutral creams and pinks, and orange, yellow and red wedding flowers are particularly effective in adding warmth to any venue. For brides looking for natural coloured flowers, earthy tones, yellow petals and green foliage are currently popular. For a chic urban event, black and white arrangements are eye catching and elegant.
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