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Wedding Bouquet: Carissa Poppies

Ah I’m about to leave my desk just now when I saw this crazily beautiful flower bouquet!!! Obviously, I can’t wait to share this photo with you guys. This creation is a combination of peach parrot tulips, blush and coral poppies, minty green succulents and finished in crochet lace with a gold/pink cameo…so so pretty!!

Okay I gotta now. Don’t forget to consult this to your nearest florist or flower designer 😉

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Posted by on October 8, 2011 in Wedding Bouquet

 

Wedding Inspiration: Psychedelic Pink

I’ve always look for rare styles that might suit well in weddings. This inspirational idea came from Melissa Elise and thought it would be nice to share it with the brides out there. I love its details, mostly how they pull the fabric together and made it just right.

I hope to help couples pull their styles + interests together and this one is just so beautiful! The flower bouquet, the dress, the centerpieces, the cake!

Don’t we all love the tall pink candles and the bowls?

I love the display and am in love with the gorgeous cake.

Hope this will inspire you 🙂

 

Wedding Bouquet: Succulents

There are many reasons why many brides love succulents…

• If you are looking for a more green alternative to your flowers, succulents are the way to go.
• With fleshy leaves which store water, succulents can usually go many days between watering, making them easy to maintain and hard to kill! You can grow them before your wedding and save money on the florist bill.
• You can keep them after the wedding to remind you of your day.
• They are gorgeous, modern, and rustic – all elements I love.

I think they would work with lots of types of weddings….palm springs, a vineyard, a backyard, a beach wedding…I could go on. I enjoy arrangements that are unique and use unexpected textures and colors.

p.s: Many thanks to Jen from GWS mwahhh!!

 

Bouquets
What unique and unexpected bouquets! Incorporating the succulents with other blooms gives great contrast and can work with many color palettes.

Boutonnieres
These are great for guys who don’t want anything “too feminine or flowery”.

Centerpieces
These are great plants to use in tabletop centerpieces where you don’t want height. Also, there are so many diverse types, leaf forms, and colors. Combining them with other elements such as vases, stones, other flowers, moss, etc. leads to great works of arts for your guests to admire.

What do you guys think? 🙂

 
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Posted by on February 14, 2011 in Wedding Bouquet