By On Sep 25, 2018 Wedding Flowers
The traditional image of a church pew is a sombre one, but these conjured images need not be all that bad if you throw some flowers into the mix. Decorating the space with your choice of floral elements will add an airy, modern feel to the ambiance. As it is up to you to ensure that your weddings is personalised as per your exacting standards, you can go wild and have all the possible combinations of flowers that you want. You can tie small bunches of flowers that have been wrapped in complementing ribbons to the ends of the chairs on the aisle, to have subtle touches of nature’s beauty added to your wedding
If you are a fan of the classical garden themed weddings, of the old English flavour, then perhaps you could set a bunch of wildflowers picked from your area, in a jug of cream? If you want to go for a delightful spring look, then we suggest that you get some tulips, gypsophila, fusila and daffodils. Another popular trend of the day is to arrange your centrepiece flowers in bowls of mismatched china. This arrangement looks fantastic, especially at more vintage themed weddings, and will be delightful for your guests.
Meaningful flowers are a lovely way to personalise your wedding, and many couples are looking for flowers that have a special significance to them, as well as simple being attractive to look at. Roses are the ultimate wedding flower signifying love, joy and beauty, but more contemporary blooms such as calla lilies which signify magnificent beauty and orchids that represent love, are becoming more popular. Larkspur and lavender are best avoided as they signify infidelity and distrust respectively.
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