The Blooming Idea Blog

July Weddings {part 2}

The most beautiful things about flowers, is that they are a product of nature and can be used to create some of the most beautiful things on earth. There are millions of possibilities and anything you can dream we can create! This beautiful reception alternated tall and short centerpieces, using blue agapanthus, alstromeria, bells of Ireland, mixed greens, antique green hydrangea, button poms and roses.
Rose petals around your centerpieces is a fun way to make your table feel more romantic and add visual impact and romance to your centerpiece.
Bouquets are the most personal pieces of any wedding. I always say, if your are going to be picky about one thing in your wedding, let it be your bouquet, especially if you have a tight budget, don't settle for something you don't want. Make sure you don't skimp out on your bouquet (it's alright if your bridesmaids don't have exactly what you imagined) it's your bouquet that will be in all the pictures and with you all day, so get what you want. Do some research and print pictures to show your consultant. Pictures speak a thousand words and help us to know what style you are looking for.
This fun centerpiece with a submerged calla lily is a sleek contemporary design illuminated by a white LED light from underneath.
Ceremonies are always sentimental and sacred and sometimes the chapels are big and towering. The best and easiest way to make you and your guest more comfortable and set the stage for your special day is by adding flowers to the pews, aisle, altar area and throughout the sanctuary. It helps to personalize such a giant space and gives the impression that it's set up just for you on your special day.
Don't forget about putting flowers in the foyer or by your guest book. It sets the tone for what's to come in the chapel!

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