By On Sep 27, 2018 Wedding Flowers
Adding light to flower arrangements gives them romantic appeal and extra depth. Candles have always been popular wedding decorations, but many florists are now wiring votive candles into table centres, hanging candles from tall floral arrangements, or floating candles in specially designed vases. You can even add crystals to your bouquet to reflect the light and make it sparkle.
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.
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!
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