Friday, February 8, 2013

Ten Bright Ideas

The Perfect flowers can set the tone by filling the room with bursts of colour and a glorious scent. While the main focus is usually placed on the bouquet there are plenty of other ways to incorporate your favourite blooms.

1. Floral Detail
Flowers don't have to be reserved for your bouquet. A floral motif at your waist or shoulder is a fresh touch.

Studio Impressions
2. Floral Garlands/Wreaths
Ideal for garden and country weddings. They look amazing in your hair, or adorn a door or chair with a circlet of blooms.

Wedding Flowers by Julia
Wedding of Anna and David. Anna Wareham Photography

3. Colourful Bouquets
Gone are the days of simple, mono-tonal bouquets; modern blooms for their bouquet and reception. Use a variety of flowers for maximum effect and unusual additions like berries and vines to create something unique and memorable.

Stewart Ross Photography | Wedding Flowers by Julia | Gown: Living Silk

4. Arbors and Archways
Exchange vows under a romantic archway adorned with flowers. Soften the look even further by choosing full multi-petal blooms and lush greenery.

Wedding Flowers by Julia
5. Floral Corsages
Keep your hands free for quaffing Champagne and giving big bridal hugs by wearing your blooms on your wrist. So pretty!

Photo: Studio Impressions | Flowers: Stem Design | Earrings: Hollywood Style
6. Light The Way
Small bouquets look gorgeous with tea lights or vintage-style candelabras.

Studio Impressions
7. Eye-Catching
Anchor an armful of blooms in a beautiful stone urn.

8. Pale is Pretty
A delicate lace veil is complemented beautifully by a full bouquet in pale or pastel tones.

Studio Impressions
9. In Full Bloom
A big loose bunch of roses will bring a gorgeous look and scent to a country table.

CkMetroPhotos | Wedding of Louise and John
10. Cute Buttonholes
Try berries and native varieties for a buttonhole with a twist.

MILQUE Photography | Wedding of Chris and Julie
QB x

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