From bouquets to centerpieces, flowers are an important part of any wedding décor and I use them all the. With the many resources we have available today, flower choices for weddings are no longer restricted to the season. You can now get any flowers you would like at any time of the year. However, if you want to work more with local flowers, then the season will be a consideration.
When it comes to choosing flowers, it’s really an individual choice. Flowers should reflect your personal style and the theme of your wedding. Are you doing a classic-themed wedding? Roses may be your flower of choice. More traditional brides may choose roses. More trendy brides may choose calla lilies. Higher-end flowers may include orchids and calla lilies. Some brides and grooms have a signature colour, or favourite colour, and the flowers will speak to who they are as individuals.
Flower trends for 2012 include bouquets with rich, bright colours. Romantic bouquet styles with soft, pastel colours are also hot for 2012. Green bouquets with different branches and foliage give a simple and elegant look. Red and white is also a popular colour combination. Monochromatic bouquets, such as all white or all black, are also popular. The opposite of the monochromatic look is a bouquet of contrasting colours, such as purple and yellow, which make stunning floral choices.
With the popularity of William and Kate, floral headwear such as fascinators are also hot. At the end of the day, your wedding flowers should speak to you and your personal style. For all your floral décor needs contact Tina from Pink Poppi.