By On Sep 16, 2018 Wedding Flowers
For the ladies, the varied bouquet can make them look simply divine. Choose an artful bunch of flowers, or go for a cascading fall of petals, or even go completely off the beaten path and bring out a bouquet made of succulents and broad leaves. To make a monochromatic bouquet have a bit of extra pop, use a ribbon in a complementary or contrasting color. You can also add to your visual profile with a well matched corsage, which can rest elegantly on your bosom; though care should be taken so that it doesn’t clash with your jewellery. Get botanical on your guests!
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.
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.
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