My bridesmaids will be in Horizon Blue dresses. Flower girls will have white with yellow detail in dress. I am up in the air about what colors I want the bridesmaids to carry and how to tie it into mine. I love roses. I plan on using yellow daffodils and baby’s breath in mason jars at the reception.
Hi I am getting married in April 2014 and have my outdoor wedding/indoor party reception all planned out…as far as my imagination envision it I plan to have it very fresh and springy, yet nice and classy. My colors are aqua, champagne, pale peach (salmon/coral), and gray. I REALLY need help with flowers that would be appropriate for this season and colors Hope to hear from you soon.
I am getting married in April, 2014. My main color is orange, it’s kind of a mango color, not neon or flaming orange. The bridesmaids will be in orange, the groomsmen in black with an orange tie and/or gray vest/tie…still trying to decide. I do not know my flowers, so to speak, as far as what spring flowers are versus summer or any other season. I want something simple, bright, and elegant at the same time. I am getting married in a Botanical Center/garden…..I need some serious inspiration! Please and Thank you!
I am beginning to question if Spring is right around the corner or not. While I hold out hope just a little bit longer I have found some inspiration to get me through. Huff Post Weddings gives us an early taste of spring with guest post by Kellee Khalil, founder and CEO of Lover.ly, “10 Perfect Spring Wedding Bouquets”.
Khalil shares, “we adore bouquets filled with springtime blooms.” So what are we to look for in a Spring wedding bouquet? Khalil keeps a bride’s options open, “a floral bunch of pastel pretties, (one of the most popular trends) is equally as appropriate as a bouquet filled with brighter blooms.”
Keep in mind Springtime has a different meaning for each person, and rightfully so your style and taste for a Spring wedding will be equally as unique. Perhaps you are a bride who is in love with this year’s pastel, muted trend when planning your wedding flowers. Or on the other spectrum you are looking to pump up the volume with brightly colored floral hues.
The peach and coral wedding flower bouquet from weddingchicks.com on lover.ly, represents a softer, natural side of the Spring season. Ranunculus are a larger, full bloom that work well paried with a variety of other blooms or on it’s own. Heartloveweddings.com on lover.ly pumps up the spectrum with their ranunculus, peonies, rose bouquet in vibrant in pink, orange and yellow. Ideal for a fun, modern or outdoor wedding.
Khalil gives our Springtime brides a variety of bouquet options with her top 10 picks. Consider a high intensity bouquet like the blue hydrangea bouquet that makes a statement with color but keeps it simple with one floral choice and a simple arrangement.
Tulips are the epitome of a Springtime flower. Create a beautiful, simple arrangement with loosely tied tulip stems or combine them with blooms as seen in everylastdetail.com on lover.ly. Sunshine yellow with tulips, billy balls and calla lilies.