Wedding Flowers that can Make 2017 Wedding Days a Lot More Special

Weddings are just as trendy as any other fashionable occasion. It’s the best time for the entourage and guests to look their best, but still none as much as the glowing bride herself. But for the occasion to have more of a wow factor, consider a liberal dose of wedding flowers.

The bride’s bouquet is obviously going to be very important, but aside from that, there are plenty of other opportunities to spruce up the venue and the affair using floral themed accents. Here are some trends that you can look forward to in 2017.

Natural Blooms and Greens

Open blooms gathered nicely in bouquets, green leaves and all,  are going to be big this year as more brides prefer a more organic and natural vibe to the wedding. It doesn’t hurt too that Pantone’s 2017 color of choice is greenery.

Complete Your Big Day with the Perfect Bouquet of Wedding Flowers

Bouquets that look more like it’s made of wildflowers picked up along the way should give that relaxed atmosphere of romance. Even succulents have seen a rise in their popularity in the past couple of years, and this year should see it getting a lot more attention as centerpieces for wedding bouquets.

Flower Parties

You’ve heard of a bridal spa party, but here’s a unique idea for you and your entourage: a flower party. Flower parties are supposedly going to be big this year, especially as additional an activity that you and your girlfriends can enjoy. The idea is for you to have a private flower arranging session, preferably with your trusted florist, so you can make your bridal bouquets and other flower arrangements for the entourage as well as for the venue.

This idea should be perfect for those who want to incorporate an element of personal touch to their weddings. With a floral party, you can proudly walk down the aisle holding a bouquet of fresh blooms that you’ve picked out and designed yourself.

Statement Entrances

It’s pretty common to have elegant flower arrangements on the dining tables at the reception. This year is all about making bold, floral steps though, so why not start even before you get to the tables?

Flowers lining the frames of a door in a colorful arch can make for a really great statement piece for the reception venue. If you want your venue to look ethereal and romantic, nothing achieves that better than having flowers in full bloom at every angle, doors included.

If a flower-themed wedding sounds interesting, consult with a trusted florist. They will be more than glad to help you work out the details.


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