The decision to get married is an incredibly important one. After deciding to get married, you start to think about the kind of wedding you want to have. You want the wedding to reflect your individuality, personality and the things that mean the most to you as a couple.
Finding a wedding planner and wedding consultants is challenging. The people you work with should understand that every couple is unique, and their wedding décor and other details must reflect that individuality. At Blossom Flower Shops, our consultants will always focus on your vision, making sure that on that all-important day, no detail is overlooked, and the entire day exceeds your wildest expectations.
We like to share floral decorating suggestions in the hope that by doing so, we inspire our couples or give them ideas that they might want to incorporate into their overall wedding design. One of the hottest trends in wedding décor for 2015 involves the use of greenery. We think there are countless ways to incorporate greenery into weddings, so we’re sharing a few examples.
Embrace Greenery for Your Ceremony
Many couples choose to have their ceremony at an outdoor venue where the sounds and sights of nature come together for a unique and often breathtaking panorama – as long as the weather cooperates. If you are thinking about getting married at a place where you’re surrounded by nature’s greenery, let that inspire you in your floral décor for the ceremony.
Create a special ceremony space under an arbor, Chuppah, or gazebo. Cover the top with green hydrangeas, eucalyptus leaves, seeded eucalyptus, and other and weave the flowers together with willow twigs. You can have green vines in different shades and textures cascade down the supports. Flank the ceremony space with pillars that are topped with huge planters filled with ferns. You’ll get an elegant, sophisticated, dramatic, and truly unique look for your ceremony venue.
Use Green for Your Cocktail Hour
Don’t overlook the cocktail hour. The floral décor you choose for that space is just as important as the flowers everywhere else. It sets the stage for what people will expect to see at the reception. When your flower arrangements at the cocktail hour are unusual and creative, your guests will expect to see the same when they enter the reception area.
Go for something that continues to use the theme of greenery. A bubble bowl filled with Roses and Limes is super appropriate because the bowl is small enough that it won’t overpower the tables. Your guests will get a kick out of your creativity, and the use of limes is very appropriate, but unexpected.