This bride choose to include her theme by adding her plaid shirt over her beautiful toulle ball gown. What a great way to include more of your own personal style to your day. The shirt was not worn the entire day, but was a little surprise.
Our customers often ask us the same question week to week, “Should we do all white or should we add color?” I say ADD COLOR!! I just adore when color is used in any arrangement. Of course, white is simple and never goes out of style. It is contemporary, classic and always appropriate.
But when you ask our opinion as a creative director, I always say go for the color!!
These beautiful blooms of magenta, burgundy, peach and bright yellow accent the neutral green base, making the color almost shoot out of this image.
~Cady, Owner and Creative Director of Floral V Designs
2016’s trend of blush and ivory wedding flowers is still strong into the 2017 wedding year. Ohio brides are splitting the trends between the classic floral designs and the loose, organic greenery look. The greenery look can be described as “lush, bushy and wild.” But this bride chose beautiful clustered blooms of blush and ivory roses, garden roses and spray roses for her bridal bouquet. The stems of the bouquet were adorned in wrapped ivory pearls.
So far in our meetings with our brides we have clearly seen a trend in choosing Ranunculus for the main boutonniere flower choice for 2017 upcoming weddings. With so many colors to choose from, ranunculus can lend themselves towards a garden and greenery themed wedding or a classic rose inspired wedding. These groomsmen flowers were white ranunculus accented by lavender Wax Flower, Italian Ruscus greenery wrapped in a champagne satin ribbon. The perfect final touch.