By On Sep 25, 2018 Wedding Flowers
Floral centrepieces have always been in the vogue, and have always been appreciated by people from all walks of life. And brides across the ages have always used flowers to be part of their centrepieces, ever since the fashionable trend caught on. Increasingly these days, brides are looking for newer and fresher takes on the concept of floral centrepieces, and are pushing the boundaries of design. A new and extremely popular trend for instance, is putting fresh flowers in purposely decorated jam bottles and jars. You can use some coloured bits of lace or multiple ribbons to embellish a vase so that it looks brand new and beautiful.
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.
Sight lines are frequently talked about by florists in relation to table centrepieces. Large centrepieces are fashionable, but they can block the view of guests, or prevent them from talking to each other across the table. New ways around this problem are continually being thought up, but tall arrangements in slim line vases, arrangements suspended from the ceiling, and flowers in clear containers are all popular options.
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