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With spring arriving tomorrow, March 20th, let's talk flowers. More specifically, wedding flowers! The floral decor that a bride chooses says so much about her. Are you simple and understated with undertones of elegance? Are you classic in every way? Are you modern and cutting edge? Here are three flowers to suit each style: the peony, the rose, and the cactus.
The floral inspiration for your spring wedding can be as simple as the understated peony. This favorite flower can be used in swanky ballrooms, as well as outdoor picnic receptions. With hints of color, the peony can be paired with pops of pink (like tulips) or bursts of blue (like hydrangea).
A second great flower to be used in your wedding is the classic rose. Roses aren't just for bouquets anymore. They can become a framed photo op when used to shower the newly married couple. With a ceremonial toss including petals in your favorite color, who wouldn't smile?
If you think succulents are just meant for garden decor, think again. A sophisticated succulent bouquet is easy to pull off when a bride is going for understated and chic. This earthy and sculpted look can be used in an ultra-modern wedding, a destination wedding, or an eco-friendly event.
Which flowers will you choose to define your wedding day?