We are so excited to share that we have been featured on California Wedding Day that is all about tropical wedding styles. This amazing article features our very own Joan Wyndrum! She gives advice on how to include tropical blooms into any wedding any time of year. You don’t have to travel to a faraway beach to get your own tropical paradise wedding.

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The main takeaway of this article? You can mix tropical and non-tropical blooms and greenery to achieve a similar effect. Joan says,

“Even just a few pieces can add tropical touches to what might be a more traditional bouquet. Pincushion protea adds color, texture, and looks perfect in any tropical bouquet. Pair it with non-traditional blooms ib bright colors, like orange ranunculus, and pink dahlias, for a unique look.”

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There are so many ways to perk up your wedding decor using tropical blooms. Joan also mentions:

“Use scattered palm leaves in lieu of a runner or rose petals, or line either side of the aisle with woven baskets filled with tropcial blooms. Swap out your standard place setting with a decorative leaf, using white or metallic calligraphy to showcase your guests name. Oversized leaves can also double as signs to welcome your guests, list the menue, or display table numbers.”

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She also suggests to anyone who loves greenery:

“Skip the blooms and let greens steal the scene. Big leaves, like galax and monstera, look great in glass vases, as do taller fronds, such as sword fern and sago palm.”

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Tropical blooms and greenery can be incorporated into just about any type of event. Also, don’t regard them as only a summer item. Read about ways to add tropical blooms to your winter wedding here!

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We can’t wait to hear what you think about this feature! How will you treat yourself to a tropical wedding close to home?

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