Wedding Themes

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We’ve been seeing succulents pop up all over weddings lately! The succulent trend started with home decor, but quickly transitioned to the wedding scene in centerpieces, bouquets and so much more! Whether you’re looking for an full on succulent statement or just want to use them as a subtle accent, there are plenty of ways to incorporate them into your big day!

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With weddings getting bigger and better, the pressure is on when planning the perfect bridal shower! Whether you opt for a brunch, tea party or other theme, there are a lot of ways to ensure the event is as unique, beautiful and fun as the bride it’s being hosted for! Here are a few ways you can incorporate fun flowers and beautiful blooms in your bridal shower!

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Shades of Blush


Posted By on Feb 16, 2017

 

Every year brides plan beautiful blush weddings, but a common issue we come across when helping pick out flowers is that everyone’s interpretation of blush can be very different. While all shades of blush are beautiful, they can range from nude, peach, pink or mauve tones, it can get a little confusing. We’ve put together a few examples to help pick out your perfect shade of blush and find flowers that match your blush wedding!

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Luxe Winter Wedding


Posted By on Jan 22, 2017

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What’s more glamorous than a luxe winter wedding? Golden metallics and sparkles are the perfect way to highlight soft whites and creams. Imagine lavishly wrapped gifts and bubbling champagne after a flurry of fresh snow. Incorporate garlands, cream Roses and gold Baby’s Breath to create a luxurious winter wedding so glamorous it will leave your guests amazed.

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There’s something so symbolic about snow, the way the fresh powder covers everything and leaves it sparkling, it’s like a fresh start or a new beginning. Which is why a Winter Wonderland theme is perfect for a wedding, it symbolizes a new chapter in your life. To achieve this aesthetic, you’ll need to use cool hues, snowy soft textures and plenty of sparkling touches! Floral elements like Garland, white Lisianthus, and Douglas Fir branches can transform your wedding into a true winter wonderland.

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