If you’re looking for a one-stop shop for real weddings, decor trends, and outdoor wedding inspiration, then we have you covered! Our Blooms team has been working diligently over the month to bring you the tools you need to throw a DIY affair that’s filled with arrangements and designs you’re wedding guests won’t believe a professional floral designer didn’t have a hand in crafting. A big thank you to Belle Magazine, Domino Magazine, Brit+Co, Wedding Planner Magazine, Over the Moon, and PartySlate for featuring Blooms by the Box!

Belle Magazine

When a bride wants to fill her wedding with flowers – it makes out hearts sing! For Catherine and Kevin, they wanted a timeless, traditional look for their New Jersey “I do’s,” they certainly achieved this style with dainty floral arrangements using white and light pink hydrangeas, roses, and pittosporum. And, yes, each arrangement was handmade by the bride and groom! Don’t believe us? Access their dreamy wedding day featured on Belle Magazine by visiting their website here.

Domino Magazine

If you think you know one of the most significant trends for 2019, you might want to think again! Our friends at Domino Magzine took a deep dive into the International Wedding Trend Report, and discovered one consistency when it comes to weddings: sustainability! Couples are planning their big day around a celebration that’s environmentally friendly without giving up luxury! Our own, Joan Wyndrum, is giving thoughtful remarks on what you can do with your flowers the when all is said and done. To read Joan’s advice and to view the full article on Domino’s Magazine, browse here.

Brit+Co

If there is one thing that is true about 2019 wedding trends – it’s that they are unlike anything we’ve ever seen! Think bold neon decor replacing muted blues, and industrial materials like concrete replacing milk glass vases. Brit + Co is rounding up the top five decor trends that are going to take over the 2019 wedding scene, and we’re excited to give our expertise on how we expect couples to utilize industrial materials in their decor. Head over to their website by browsing here to learn how you can add these Pinterest-worthy details into your wedding decorations.

Wedding Planner Magazine

Are you planning an outdoor wedding? Outdoor weddings require extra flower care to keep your blooms looking their best all day long! We’ve teamed up with our friends at Wedding Planner Magazine to give you all the details you and your wedding planner need to know to avoid any flower emergencies on the big day! From special considerations like temperature and flower choices to the best practices for storing your arrangements, we have you covered! Access all of the tips on Wedding Planner Magazine by visiting their website here.

Over the Moon

Would you believe us if we told you there is a 187-page guide that is your go-to for all things weddings? We’re celebrating the recent release of the International Wedding Trend Report by summarizing which color palettes will reign supreme in 2019 on Over the Moon. While we’re smitten over the muted hues, like blush pinks and powder blues, we are ready to say ‘goodbye’ and welcome saturated, vibrant colors placed in everything from flowers to linens and more! Check out the most fascinating and helpful 2019 wedding trends Over the Moon is providing just for you by browsing here.

PartySlate

You’ve heard us preach on the prevalence of industrial wedding themes for 2019, and we’re so excited to finally show you how you can incorporate it into your wedding decor! Katherine and Adam said “I do” in an industrial venue (The Machine Shop!), and they were able to soften the space into a romantic haven featuring light-colored Blooms by the Box flowers and a candlelit ceremony aisle. Plus, these two assembled every single floral arrangement you’ll see in their wedding featured on PartySlate here! 

A Batman-themed wedding that captures the essence of a storybook romance – Mallory and William’s weeded affair is featured on PartySlate! We’re completely swooning over their rich, burgundy blooms for Mallory’s wedding that contrasted her bridesmaid’s bouquets which featured delicate blue shades of dusty miller and a single white ranunculus. Don’t miss their fairytale wedding on PartySlate by clicking here.

 

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