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Showing posts with label Wedding Bouquets. Show all posts

Thursday, April 2, 2015

Halloween Wedding Flowers - Accentuate Your Wedding

A Halloween inspired wedding is never complete without wedding flowers to complete the mood. You have to choose the right set of flowers to make the entire setting of your wedding event truly compatible with your theme.

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You might find this non-traditional like and very inappropriate for a sacred ceremony such as a holy ceremony but these ideas are not desperate attempts to desanctify the ceremony. The main purpose of these Halloween weddings is to simply make the event memorable not only for the bride and groom but for the guests as well.

A wedding ceremony based on Halloween is only an attempt to "dress-up" the wedding, but the essence and the whole purpose of the ceremony still remains intact.

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A Halloween wedding is not complete without wedding flowers to match. This is important because you do not want your wedding to be a conglomeration of different sort of motifs. You want a wedding that is solid and has just one theme. And so it is important that you are able to choose the appropriate wedding flowers.
It is not that difficult to choose the perfect flower that will go with your theme. Just go with flowers with deeper colors to make it more noticeable. You can never go wrong orange hawkweed, brown hydrangeas, purple aster, and orange roses. You may also choose among orange Asiatic lilies, green button mums, and orange poppy. These kinds of flowers will give the necessary effect that you like to enhance the general impact of your wedding. However, do not over do it. Too much of these flowers may take away the attention of the guests from the other details that can be neglected if you bought too much of these.

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Furthermore, do not put the Halloween wedding flowers where they should be as is. A series of orange and brown flowers can be boring if not accented properly. There are lots of other things that you can do with these flowers to make it more interesting and an art in it. Make it more interesting by adding a candle stand at the center of a bouquet. You may also tie silver or gold ribbons on its stems to create some contrast and break the monotony.

As for the bridal bouquet, you may use black magic roses. These roses are perfect for your theme since its petals are so red they almost look black. Depending on your angle, the petal may be either red or black for your perception.

Remember that the kinds Halloween wedding flowers that you should use are some of the only things that you should consider in planning for any kind of wedding. The most important thing that should always be remembered is the essence of the wedding, which is the union of two people. In the end, years after the marriage, people will less likely remember how grand the wedding have bee. The only thing that they will see if you are still married or not.

These are just some of the very interesting things that you can do with Halloween wedding flowers.

Friday, January 9, 2015

Cascading Wedding Bouquets

The ancient Romans believed that wearing strong smelling flowers will protect them from evil spirits. Even the English felt that they will be saved from plague. In the Victorian times, lovers used to send secret messages hidden in bouquets. Red roses are used to express love. Freesia is used to represent trust and a fern stands for sincerity.

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Apart from flowers, any bouquet can be decorated with ribbons, lace, beads, silk material and so on and so forth. Cascading bouquets are flowing bouquets with flowers cascading below the main portion of the design. The other names for the cascading bouquets are the teardrop bouquet and the waterfall bridal.

The bouquets are rounded at the top and fall to a point. There are many online galleries which show pictures of cascading bouquets, bridal bouquets, wedding flowers, floral decorations, reception decorations and so on and so forth. Some of the photos are provided by the bridal flower consultants and some of the photos are gracefully donated by the bride itself.

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Without bouquets, no wedding is complete - be it a church wedding or a seaside wedding or any traditional wedding. Most of the Christian weddings use the classic bouquet measuring a sizable 26 - 36 '' long x 15'' across x 3'' deep. This white bouquet is trimmed in lace with fabric-covered candle. Flowers like rose, lilies, orchids, rosebuds, leather leaf fern, English Ivy and white gladioli are used to create a cascading wonder.
For weddings in the evenings, especially at nights, little bright colored bouquets are used. Brighter roses, other lilies, English Ivy, leather leaf fern, beads and ribbons are used for the same.

Hand-tied wedding bouquets are similar to the arm bouquets; the only difference is the presentation. Any flower can be used to hand-tied wedding bouquets but with a ribbon wrapped around the stem and a bow is compulsory.

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For autumn weddings, the flowers like gerberas, roses, daisies, marigold and sunflowers can be selected. The bouquets can have hypericum berries as well.

Silk wedding bouquets are also quite famous theses days. This bouquet is for the daring and unusual bride. It is decorated with blue roses encircled with calla leaves and several peacock feathers.

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For Hawaiian weddings a grand cascading assorted bouquet with roses, carnations, tulips, sunflowers and a variety of mixed greens are used. Simple rose bouquet with fresh roses and assorted mixed green can have a wonderful combination. The roses can be changed to fit to the client's taste.

Designer's choice bouquets are little cheaper than the cascading bouquets. It can be made with purple and white orchids and tiger lilies; hence it is cheaper than the normal bouquets.

Sunday, January 4, 2015

Wedding Flowers: Creative Ideas for Bridal Bouquets and Reception Decor

For beautiful and memorable wedding flower bouquets, today's brides are getting creative. Instead of letting a florist know the bridal party colors and leaving the design ideas up to them as bride's used to do, bride requests are getting very specific. In fact, an informed and open bride combined with a creative and expressive florist can make for some stunning bridal bouquet arrangements. The only downside will be when the flowers fade! Read on for some creative bridal bouquet ideas for the bride, the bridal party, the head table and the wedding reception decoration as well.

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Colors: Oh, what you can do with colors! Whether you use the flowers themselves or the ribbons and bows or candles, getting creative with color is a wonderful way to create a memorable event. Picture, for instance, wedding flowers starting from light pink and moving to deep fuschia or purple or red as you progress through the bridal party, or perhaps around the reception tables, each bouquet or centerpiece a different color than the next, getting deeper and more vibrant. Perhaps, instead, you have a black and white theme and choose vibrant red or orange or purple flowers to add a dramatic splash of color and style. For a garden or very formal themed wedding, an all-white palette for floral bouquets and centerpieces is absolutely stunning, and can be combined with silver, bronze or gold accents for a little sparkle.

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Themes: Orchids and tropical flowers for a Hawaiian theme, with torches and leis, or beautiful seasonal flowers for a Spring bouquet: you can use your wedding flowers to express any number of themes. Elegant winter white sparkling with greens and silver for the winter Holidays or casual garden bouquets for a summer afternoon wedding showcase wildly different flowers. Be sure to take into account the dress styles when considering the formality level of the flower arrangements.

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Accents: Here's where you can get really creative. Tucking little accents into your wedding flower arrangements will make them truly unique. Try sprays of gem for a glittery showpiece, small shells for a seaside or beach wedding, beautiful butterflies or dragonflies for a garden wedding, or shimmery snowflake shapes for a wintery wonderland effect. These are just a few quick ideas, so once you get your imagination rolling you're sure to come up with many more!

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Looking through bridal magazines tends to be the primary source of inspiration for brides, but there are many more places to get ideas. Go to beautiful hotels and look at the decor or even look in elegant shop windows. Think also about your personal likes; for instance if you love birds perhaps you could tuck tiny bird figures into some of your wedding flower arrangements. The sky's the limit for creative wedding flower ideas!

Thursday, November 27, 2014

Funky Modern Wedding Boutonierres

Funky Modern Wedding Boutonierres



Let's face it: most guys are not all that into flowers. And yet, the boutonierre is one of the few colorful accents available to the groom and his attendants at a wedding. The solution: choose one of these funky modern wedding boutonierres which truly reflects the groom's personality and the style of your wedding; flowers are entirely optional.

Funky Modern Wedding Boutonierres
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The modern approach to boutonierres is long overdue. For years now, brides have been finding creative ways to make their weddings beautiful while breaking the mold, yet there have been few opportunities for the groom to try his hand at a little creative expression. Finally, there is an opportunity for the guys in the wedding to have a bit of fun with their attire (or at least for the bride to try something new), in the form of the whimsical and unique boutonierre.

Funky Modern Wedding Boutonierres
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A boutonierre can be almost anything, as long as it is small and lightweight enough to fashion into a lapel pin. It can tie in with the wedding theme or simply showcase one of the groom's passions. As it is intended to be a decorative accessory, whatever is chosen should also be attractive and visually interesting. For instance, if you were having a nautical theme wedding, tiny sailboats fashioned into boutonierres make charming accents for the gentlemen. Wrap the stems in striped grosgrain ribbon to capitalize on the preppy feeling of a nautical wedding. The same idea would work just as well for a wedding without a nautical theme, if the groom happens to be a passionate sailor.

Beach weddings are ever popular, and lend themselves to some great creative boutonierres. A tiny bunch of seashells on wires can be gathered into a beach-worthy lapel pin for the groom and groomsmen. For extra visual appeal, you can layer in a small starfish, sand dollar, or a piece of faux coral. Not only will the unique boutonierre suit the theme of the wedding, but it will not run the risk of wilting under the summer sun like a fresh flower.

Funky Modern Wedding Boutonierres
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If you are looking for something unique to craft into a lapel ornament for your groom, take some time to consider his hobbies. Does he love to while away the afternoons fishing? Great! Many fly fishing lures are really cool looking, and could very easily be transformed into boutonierres. Some couples are going even further, and turning favorite vintage toys from their childhood into lapel art. Hey, maybe your groom has a Matchbox car that he always loved as a kid which is just sitting around waiting to be given new life as a funky boutonierre. It might not be appropriate for a formal wedding, but for a more casual and offbeat affair, almost anything goes.

Funky Modern Wedding Boutonierres
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Handcrafted boutonierres are also a great look. If you are planning a wedding which features many handcrafted elements, from your wedding jewelry to your invitations to the favors, a lapel ornament with a charming homemade feel could be ideal. This is something which a creative bride could make herself, or enlist the assistance of a local artist to do the honors. Think of elements like vintage velvet leaves, buttons, rickrack, and even bits of yarn for your bohemian handcrafted boutonierres.

Finally, there are unique boutonierres which are flower-free, yet do coordinate with the bride's ensemble. Having a black tie wedding and wearing an ornate gown with plenty of sparkling wedding jewelry? Then why not create a dramatic lapel ornament of glossy black feathers, glittery twigs and a few crystals for your groom? With a boutonierre this stylish, your handsome groom will feel just as good as you do on the wedding day!


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Wednesday, November 26, 2014

Colorful Flowers for Summer Weddings

Colorful Flowers for Summer Weddings



One of the best things about summer is the abundance of beautiful flowers in season. If you are planning a summer wedding, you will have a wonderful array of bright and cheerful blossoms from which to choose. Indulge in the most colorful flowers for summer weddings.

Colorful Flowers for Summer Weddings
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What could be more cheerful than a daisy? A brightly colored gerbera daisy! These happy flowers come in virtually every color a bride could ever want for her wedding, making them a terrific choice for an informal summer celebration. Combine fuchsia and orange gerberas for a spicy summer look, pale pink and lime for a preppy ceremony, or yellow, hot pink, and orange for a casual backyard wedding. Gerbera daisies usually look best as round bouquets, but for other decorations they can be displayed in all sorts of creative ways. Hang strings of daisies behind an outdoor ceremony altar, place single stems in test tubes down the middle of a table for a modern centerpiece, or plant them in boxes of wheat grass for a whimsical design.

Colorful Flowers for Summer Weddings
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Zinnias are a wedding flower whose stock is on the rise. They are not as widely used as traditional blossoms like roses or peonies, but maybe they should be. Zinnias have a lot going for them: they are inexpensive, full, and come in tons of vivid hues. They are generally regarded as an informal flower and would be fantastic for a country wedding. Pop mixed colors of zinnias into vintage tea tins, white hobnail pitchers, or Mason jars for a great look. Feel free to mix and match unexpected shades of zinnias like bright purple and crimson. You might just like the combination so much that you have custom bridesmaid jewelry made to coordinate.

Colorful Flowers for Summer Weddings
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Another great colorful wedding flower is the dahlia. If you really want to make a splash, opt for dinner plate dahlias. True to their name, a single blossom is as large as a plate! It won't take many of those stunners to create a remarkable summer wedding centerpiece or bouquet. Dahlias can be found in a gorgeous array of vivid hues like yellow, red, pink, purple, and orange. Some of the most spectacular dahlias are variegated blossoms with more than one color per flower. Picture enormous flowers in orange and yellow, pink and white, or red and white and you get the idea. A single dinner plate dahlia tied with a satin ribbon would be a very chic bouquet for a bridesmaid. It would look marvelous with a polished cotton strapless bridesmaid dress and custom bridesmaid jewelry in a coordinating shade.

Colorful Flowers for Summer Weddings
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A very hot trend in bright summer wedding flowers lately is the use of craspedia. Also called billy balls, billy buttons, and woolyheads, these fun little spherical flowers are a member of the daisy family. Perfectly round and long stemmed, billy balls look great in mixed bouquets of wildflowers or on their own made into pomanders or round bouquets. They have a very hip and modern appeal which has sparked a sudden rise in popularity for these charming little yellow or orange balls. For a very cute centerpiece idea, arrange bright yellow billy balls in assorted vintage jars and small vases in contrasting colors like aqua or red.

Colorful flowers will add a festive and cheerful flavor to your wedding. Whether you mix in a few with more classic white and pastel blossoms or go for an all out explosion of color, the bright flowers will look fabulous. The upbeat hues are just perfect for a summer wedding.


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Monday, October 27, 2014

Carnation Wedding Bouquets: Give This Sweetheart a Chance!

Can you believe that many people are prejudiced against the sweet and humble carnation? During my many years as a florist, I can`t even recall how many times customers would say: "I would like a mixed long lasting bouquet but please no carnations." I could never understand why people had this misconception against this long lasting, beautiful flower. Secretly, I was in the back sniffing the hardy carnation blooms and delighting in their sweet enveloping scent. The white ones were my favorite.

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As a wedding flower, the carnation can be the ideal flower for many brides seeking beauty, style and cheapness. Let`s face it, there is probably no other flower as inexpensive as the carnation. And when isolated and grouped en masse in a monochromatic (one color) arrangement, the carnation transforms and shines as the elegant beauty that it truly is at its core. The most beautiful and stylish carnation bouquets are the most simple.

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Carnations come in many colors such as white, red, yellow, burgundy, purple and all shades of pink and orange. There are also many bicolor shades of carnations such as purple and white and orange and yellow. Essentially there are two types of carnations: the standard carnations and the mini carnations.
The standard carnations are the larger ones that are ideal to use for wedding bouquets for the bride and the bridesmaids. They can also be used for centerpieces and flower girls` baskets. The mini carnations are perfect to use for boutonnieres and corsages. Standard carnations can be used for boutonnieres too, however, the minis are more suited to this purpose due to their size and hardiness.

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Carnation wedding bouquets are simple to make if you decide to do it yourself. Simply group a certain amount of carnations, for example 25 for the bride and 12 for the bridesmaids. Make sure all the heads are even and wrap with floral tape, 2 or 3 at a time until you have a solid mass of flowers. Decorate with greenery and ribbon to complete your bouquets.

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Carnation boutonnieres and corsages have lots of advantages. They are very tough and will not break easily. They can tolerate more hugs than roses or daisies without breaking or shattering. They are easy to work with and do not need any wiring, so they are easier than roses to work with. Finally, they last a long time compared to any other type of flower out of water and they are much less expensive than any other type of flower.

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Friday, October 10, 2014

6 Best Flowers For Wedding Bouquets

The bouquet is one of the focal points of a wedding; therefore, you should use the right flowers in order to give your wedding an elegant look. Some of the best bouquet flowers to use are:

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Orchid
They are exotic in their appearance thus ideal to use as wedding bouquets. In addition to being exotic, they also symbolize beauty and love which makes them more ideal to be used in weddings.
In the Chinese culture, the flowers symbolize a blessing of many children; therefore, it's ideal to use them if you want to add a cultural symbolism.

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Lilies
They symbolize purity and refined beauty thus ideal for use as wedding bouquets. Although, white lilies are the most common, there are others such as Asiatic, oriental, and hybrids.
Asiatic lilies are usually unscented thus ideal for those with sensitive noses. They come in different colors such as pink, red, peach and burgundy.

Oriental lilies on the other hand are fragrant and bigger than Asiatics. They are usually of two colors: white and rosy-hued pink.

Since the lilies come in different shapes, sizes, colors, and fragrances, it's usually a challenge to choose the right flower. For ideal results, it's recommended that you choose a lily with the help of an expert.

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Baby's breath
This flower grows as an annual springtime flower and it's often grown for bouquets. In most cases, it's used as a filler plant for wedding bouquets and due to its great look, it gives the bouquets an exotic appeal.

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Tulips
They are associated with springtime and they bring a sense of growth, happiness, and joy. The units are available in a variety of colors which include: white, blue, pink, yellow, red, peach, and even purple.

They come in different prices with Dutch Tulip being the least expensive. This flower is also the most common and you can easily get it from florists and grocers.

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Daisies
These units come in shades of yellow, pink, white, and lavender. Yellow symbolizes innocence, white symbolizes purity, while lavender symbolizes new beginnings. There are different types of daisies; however, Gerbera daisies are the most common.

They are large and eye-catching and they come in different colors.

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Sunflowers
They are known to be vibrant, bright, and cheery thus give you a smile on your face regardless of the mood that you are in. To give your wedding a great look, you should ensure that the bouquet is done professionally.

Thursday, September 4, 2014

The Dream Wedding Bouquet

Chances are you will purchase more flowers for your wedding than at any other time in your life. Choosing the perfect wedding bouquet is almost as important as picking the perfect gown. There are many different styles of wedding bouquets and which style you choose usually depends on your wedding dress. When you are having your wedding is also an important factor when considering which bouquet is perfect for you. Wedding bouquets come in many different styles.

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The most traditional and formal type of wedding bouquet is the cascade. It is a beautiful water fall like spill of flowers in a hand held base. As the name implies the flowers cascade down like a waterfall. The traditional flowers used in a cascade wedding bouquet are white and are traditionally roses or lilies. The cascade wedding bouquet has the appearance of being loose and free flowing, and should match the dress. The perfect dress for a cascade wedding bouquet is the traditional wedding dress with a long flowing train.

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Another traditional wedding bouquet is the classic hand tied bouquet. It usually consists of a bunch of blooms anchored in a bouquet holder and either wired in or hand tied. This option gives the look of fresh picked spring flowers and is usually used in spring weddings. This is a very versatile wedding bouquet and looks great with any type of flowers or wedding dress.

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If your going for something a little less traditional then there is the nosegay. The nosegay is a general term for any small and round cluster of flowers cut to a uniform length. There is typically very little greenery in this type of wedding bouquet. If you are thinking of a Victorian theme for your wedding then the nosegay wedding bouquet would fit in perfect. For an even more Victorian look you can replace the typical bouquet holder with a tussy mussy. A tussy mussy is just a silver carrying cone that can replace the bouquet holder.

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Two other less traditional wedding bouquets are the arm bouquet and the composite. The arm bouquet is exactly what the name implies, an elegant crescent shaped bouquet designed to be carried in one arm. The composite wedding bouquet is a handmade creation in which several different petals or buds are wired together on to a single stem to give the impression of one giant flower.

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The type of wedding dress you wear, the time of year your wedding will be held, and the colors of your wedding will all play a part in the type of wedding bouquet you pick. Picking local and in season flowers for your wedding bouquet will help lower the cost and will guarantee freshness. Silk flowers are also becoming a popular option for wedding bouquets.




Thursday, July 10, 2014

Wedding Bouquet Arrangement

Weddings are definitely one of a kind. It dwells down to the deepest part of our heart and encourages us to explode with overwhelming and gratifying emotions. Well, people would normally say that we only get married once in our life, thus we have to give it our all to make sure that we project a successful and memorable wedding celebration. Although weddings are purely fun and joyful, we shouldn't take for granted the past months wherein we felt the extreme stress because of the consecutive and upbeat scheduling necessary for the wedding preparation.

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The wedding preparation itself is a huge and long process of patience and hard work. The bride and the groom penetrate their motivation from the concept of their wedding. Although the preparation was tiring, it is evident that their will has prevailed over the hardships and complexities. One of the things that is needed to be fixed for the wedding is the bouquet. Well, for most brides, this particular preparation isn't all about having any kind of bouquet. Instead, she wants it to be perfect and beautifully arrange.

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The desire for beautiful bouquet is not as difficult as how you may think it is. You are not required to acquire the skill of a professional floral designer in order for you to personalize your wedding bouquet. For as long as you equip yourself with fresh trimmed flowers, you'd surely make it by simply following the below guidelines:

1. Determine the purpose of your bouquet. For this case, you know that you are making it for your wedding. Plan for the set up depending on the theme used for your wedding. Therefore, your flowers must match the color or theme of the celebration. A special hint to know is that main flowers used for the bouquet arrangement are often bright in color. The main flowers are also accessorized with flowers in smaller size which consist a lighter shade.

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2. Pick the right colors. You don't have to hurry your choice. Plan it carefully. The choice of flowers that are to be used as an additional to the bouquet arrangement should be a little contrast. Thus, the distinction of colors must be remembered. Don't use flowers with a mixture of color.

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3. The size and the height of the bouquet must be clearly determined because you will be cutting flowers according to these measurements. You must also decide on how much flowers you are going to use in your bouquet arrangement. If you want to have a tiny looking bouquet, then you should be cutting the flowers much shorter. If you prefer to have cascading bouquet, then cut flowers enough to retain their long stems.

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4. Be creative. The final arrangement of your wedding bouquet relies on the kind and quantity of flowers that you have. Main flowers must be put first in your chosen vase. Add the remaining sets of flowers according to size.

5. Do not forget to include flowers in smaller size over the entire wedding bouquet.

6. See result. Rearrange stems if you find it necessary.
These steps will make you do your own wedding bouquet. Try it yourself and you'll find it easy enough to comply.

Monday, June 30, 2014

5 Reasons to Have Wedding Orchids Bouquets

What would a wedding be without a stunning bridal wedding orchids bouquet for the ceremony? Many a bride will look back at that day of importance and will wish they had wedding orchids bouquets. Why you may ask? Well let's count the ways.

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1. The simple beauty of the orchid blooms. The use of wedding bouquets with orchids is outstanding because they are the most exotic of all flowers. While it may be considered a luxury, the truth of the matter is orchids are now available through most florists at a reasonable rate. If possible check on the internet for someone who will sell in bulk for a wedding event.

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2. The fragrance of the bouquet. The delicate scent of the bouquet should be just that, not overwhelming. A consideration of the bride and groom is a must when picking out the array flowers or blooms for the bouquet. While this is not common place an allergic condition should be checked out prior to the selection of any flowers. Also, the wedding party including the best man and bridesmaids should be thought of in advance. This could be a well thought-out courtesy for all involved in the ceremony. Who knows the minister, pastor or rabbi might have a problem with certain flowers.

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3. The meaning of the flowers to the ceremony. The wedding bouquet is to be the personification of romance and love. While the bouquet can be created with orchids alone, the incorporation of other flowers and blooms can complement the meaning of the bouquet. Combining lilacs or daises tells the story of innocence. Roses are the ultimate symbol of love itself. The closeness of friendship and loyalty can be symbolized with blue hydrangeas. So many things can be said with the choice of flowers.

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4. The practically of the choice of flowers. Not only are they exquisite in appearance, orchids can be hearty and last well for the event. Some orchids do better than others, so check with the flower professional how the flowers you pick will stand up over time, not only for the event but the shipping process. You will lose a percent of the flowers during shipping. The sheer abundance of choice of orchids makes the use of these flowers a must in a bouquet. The color is superior, whether the bouquet is to be made up of only orchids or with other flowers, practically any wedding colors can be matched.