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
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. Boutonniere image provided by Mandy Paige Photography
There are so many different styles to choose from now a days for a man’s boutonniere. Classic rose or mixed greenery? Succulent vs flower? We always try to advise our bride to choose her favorite flower out of her bouquet and use that one for the groom’s boutonniere.
This fabulous centerpiece consists of a low gold leaf compote filled with tulips, roses, ranunculus, rose hips, spray roses, protea, hanging amaranthus and mixed textured greenery. The new compote design style for 2016 is low, loose and elongated on the sides of the compote. Thus creating a more oval shaped centerpiece instead of the traditional round.
\ A beautiful centerpiece, fit for a classy bride. This centerpiece consisted of 4 stems of beautiful white Phalenopsis orchids and 15 stems of ultra premium Bouquet Calla lilies. They were artistically arranged in a clear glass pilsner vase. The lighting in this tent was done perfectly. The flowers glowed. Tent, decor and lighting provided by Prime Time Party Rental
Using in season summer flowers is a great way to guarantee perfection in your floral product. This bridal bouquet consisted of dahlias, garden roses, stock, freesias, lisianthus, white solidago and ranuculas. All of these flowers are available from summer to fall. Of course you can get them most times of year, but the cost will be greater and the quality won’t be as good.
Babies breath has become such a popular choice for brides wanting to achieve the rustic look. With cost savings and hardiness, babies breath is a top choice for the bride on a budget. We took the bouquet a little further. This bridesmaids bouquet is full of big bloom babies breath and mixed with white wax flower. It is bound by burlap ribbon and pearl pins; a great finishing touch to any outdoor rustic wedding theme.