By On Sep 22, 2018 Wedding Flowers
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.
Talk of any community, culture, or religion from all over the world, no wedding is complete without flowers. Be it beautifying the ambience and the décor, or showering the newlyweds with petals, flowers play an important role in any wedding. Initially what used to be simple garlands or rangolis made of assorted petals, have now progressed to intricately woven garlands with a variety of flowers, thoughtfully arranged bouquets, and a careful selection of flowers based on their colour, fragrance and even appearance!
Unusual shapes are a key feature of modern wedding flowers. Rather than neat compact arrangements, florists are turning to natural centrepieces that flow across the table, or grouping simple vases of different heights to add interest. Arranging single stems along the centre of the table produces a dramatic effect as long as they are not spaced too far apart. Florists are looking at the venue as a whole, rather than at individual tables, and trying to create arrangements that direct the eye around the entire room.
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