As promised this is the third, and last, video of the romantic ranunculus arrangement series. The common pale tone and fluffy texture trend has spread like wild fire in 2013 so we made an entire series of videos to help you replicate this look! This look features white ranunculus, peach hypericum berries, italian ruscus, myrtle, and seeded eucalyptus buds.
Learning to make a wedding boutonniere does not have to be as hard as you think. In fact, it’s super simple and inexpensive to make boutonnieres for your weddings and events. This video uses the trendy ranunculus to show you how to make a romantic yet classic wedding boutonniere in under 5 minutes! Don’t forget to check out our other 2 videos for making garden rose and ranunculus centerpieces and bouquets! You can find all our DIY flower videos on our Blooms video workshop.
Making your own wedding flowers can seem a large task but in reality it’s a creative project that will save you money in the long run. Get you that honey money you always wanted and allow you some wiggle room in your budget.
The Spring 2013 Pantone Color report surprisingly fits the whimsical wedding trends that are predicted for this spring’s weddings. These punchy colors make up a fashion forward combo that captures the eye’s attention. If you are planning on making your wedding flowers for a spring wedding, keep these beautiful colors in mind for making a bold statement. The Pantone Color reports are great inspiration for DIY wedding flowers and wedding color scheme. Visit their site to make your own color palettes!
Photo by Nicole Chan Photography feature on Style Unveiled.
The bouquet above combines yellow billy balls, blue spray tinted hydrangeas, yellow celosia, and greenery to bring the green and blue pantone colors together. The yellows, blues, and greens are combine to create a bold, whimsical arrangement with an edgy feel. These color are perfect for a bright spring event!
Photo by Jennifer Kathryn Photography on Elizabeth Anne Designs featuring Fleur!
This bouquet of peach lisianthus, peach garden roses, orange ranunculus and blue delphinium breath draw on the pale tones in the Pantone Spring Color Palette. This interesting combo is eye pleasing, balanced, and yet unique. Pale colors combined with one punchy color (like the yellow in this bouquet) create a visible focal point in your bouquet and blend to create a comprehensive style.
Photo by Kristen Nicole Photography florals by Beautiful Blooms by Jen
These beautiful deep and bright colors translate into a beautiful tones of elegance for a wedding at any time of the year. The red protea, orange dendrobian orchids, purple lisianthus, and red dahlias create an ambiance of sophistication.
These wonderful floral designers and pantone colors give DIY’ers the perfect color inspirations for our very own weddings and bouquets.
What color combinations would you put together with this colors palette? Are there colors that you think will be more popular in spring 2013 that we missed? Please share your ideas, we would love to hear them!
So you’ve (finally!) decided on your color scheme for your big day but that doesn’t mean you can kick back and relax just yet. Aside from the many other things that are awaiting your approval or rejection, your bridesmaids’ bouquets and dresses will make up an important component of the overall look for your wedding. The task may add more stress but it can also be an extremely easy one if you know what you’re doing and how to go about getting it done. Just adhere to the following five easy steps and you’ll find yourself checking “pick bridesmaids’ bouquets” and “pick bridesmaids’ dresses” off your to-do list in no time!
Until someone discovers a true blue money plant (the kind that actually produces money), then the reality of things is that money will probably be an issue for most of us. Keep in mind your budget when picking dresses for your bridesmaids. Whether they are paying or you are paying, there is no need to overspend. By the same token, you don’t have to spend a fortune get beautiful bouquets. Making your own wedding bouquets and getting affordable bridesmaids dresses will cut down the costs of having a bridal party. Wouldn’t you rather spend that extra money on a honey moon anyway?
2. Coordination is key
On your big day, your bridesmaids will complement your bridal look. The bridesmaids’ bouquets and dresses should work together to accentuate your overall wedding theme, dress, and bouquet. This doesn’t, however, equate to having their bouquets be of the exact same color and arrangement as yours. Your bridesmaids’ bouquets could, for example, incorporate certain flowers/colors that are in your bouquet but are more simple than yours. Remember that even though you should coordinate both your bridesmaids’ and your bouquets, their look should never outshine yours.
3. Consult your bridesmaids
Your bridesmaids are also around to help you out whenever you need a helping hand, a second opinion, or even a shoulder to cry on. So, if you’re absolutely unsure of what to pick, consult your ladies in waiting. If you happen to have rather opinionated bridesmaids, this step can get pretty tricky. If so, narrow the flower choices that you definitely approve of prior to asking for their input. AND your bridesmaids are not just there for emotional support. If you decide to make your own flower bouquets, have each bridesmaid maker her own with the flowers you picked out!
4. Colors that complement NOT clash
Chances are, on your wedding day, your bridesmaids will be decked in dresses that are not of the same color as yours so a bouquet that will match your dress may not necessarily be just as perfect with your bridesmaids’ dresses. There are many ways in which you can approach the situation but first, ask yourself these questions: What is the color that your bouquet will consist mainly of? Does it match or complement your bridesmaids’ dress? Do you want to contrast your bouquet from your bridesmaids’ instead by having theirs be of a different color? And will that color clash with the color of their dresses?
5. Style of bouquet should complement style of dress
Contrary to the bridal dress and bouquet, a simple bridesmaid’s dress calls for a simple bridesmaid’s bouquet. However, if the style of dress happens to be a complex one, don’t go ahead with an equally busy bouquet or you might end up with a look that’s cluttered and distracting. Keep things balanced by ensuring that the style of your bridesmaids’ bouquets is in sync with that of their dresses.
—This post was carefully thought out and put together by editors from SimplyBridal.com and BloomsByTheBox.com. We talked about trends, budgets, and combined our expertise to help you better pick out a bridesmaid dress and bouquet combo!—
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As promised the second video of the romantic arrangement series has been released. This video features a beautiful DIY wedding bouquet with pink and white ranunculus, mini green hydrangea, romantic antique garden roses, pink o’hara garden roses, and and peach versilla roses. The common pale tone and fluffy texture trend has spread like wild fire in 2013 so we figured we would teach you how to make the arrangements you are dying to see!
The previous video in the series shows how to make a ranunculus and garden rose centerpiece with seeded eucalyptus. The next video will show how to make a ranunculus boutonniere. You can find all the video on our Video Workshop!
The great thing about making your very own hand tied bouquet is that you really don’t need many supplies! All you need are the flowers, floral tape, pins, and ribbon. Watch the video below to see how to make this romantic bouquet for you wedding day. Order your wholesale flowers from BloomsByThebox.com
To learn more about making your own wedding arrangements look out for our “DIY Flowers 101” coming out this spring. It will include construction basics, using floral mechanics, and floral care! Or if you have an idea for a video or tutorial you would like to see that you cannot find on our site leave a comment! We can make a tutorial to easy your DIY flower fears.
Everyone/ anyone involved with the wedding industry or planning a wedding knows that succulents are wildly popular and are not going anywhere anytime soon in terms of trends. They give arrangements a refined texture and natural accent that contribute to the pale color palettes trendy this year. Their imperfect shape, cactus like surface, and reaching petals make for an interest factor that really holds attention. They have become a symbol for creativity, nature, and appreciation for outdoor elements. The arrangements below show some simple ways that succulents are used to create beautiful wedding accents.
Photo by NBarret Photography
The beautiful photos above have encouraged us to make these fabulous flowers available to our DIY customers. BloomsByTheBox.com decided to offer a wide range of succulent varieties and sizes. These succulents come in sizes from small to large and are perfect for DIY! Here are some of the wholesale succulents we have available:
Which ones are your favorite?