Wedding flowers are the perfect way to showcase creativity, personality and the uniqueness of each couple. Some go for high style drama and others prefer seasonal wildflowers, with abundant choices in between. Here are a few styles and color combinations to get you thinking what would be perfect - for you.
Vintage floral is all about softness. Think yellows, grays, whites and ivory, perhaps with very soft pastel pink as accent. This style is typically looser, airy and evokes images of romance and gardens. Think romance by including a grandmothers brooch pinned to the ribbon or wrapping the stems of the flowers with a snippet of the brides mothers wedding dress.
Fun and trendy usually means bright unexpected bursts of color. Royal blue delphinium, bright orange spray roses, lime green hydrangeas, hot pink roses all provide pop and wow.
Classic design showcases roses, orchids, peonies and hydrangeas all arranged in a refined, abundant round style. Think satin ribbon, perhaps just one color of flowers speaks to classic design.
Seasonal is just that, seasonal colors and flowers. In autumn, shades of burgundy, green, yellow and orange would be appropriate, and for a casual look think sunflowers, fall colored foliages, bittersweet and other berries, and wheat for prosperity. During winter think frosty white, silver, black and pewter. These colors could be found in roses both in white and Baccara, a deep purple rose that looks nearly black, silvery lambs ears foliage, crystal drops hanging from the bouquet. Spring brings a definite lightness in color, think lime green hydrangea, pink peonies, and pale yellow roses. Summer is bright and fun, with royal blue delphinium, bright yellow roses, or a mixed flower garden bouquet.
The main thing is, choose what you like. It will reflect your taste and personality and you can't go wrong with that.