The decoration of your wedding is perhaps the most exciting part for you. You want your wedding to be the most stunning so that all you guests keep wowing for days and months and perhaps years! Flowers play an important part in your wedding decoration and overall in your entire wedding, from your wedding bouquet to flowers you wear in your hair. But if you are confused about this lovely topic, regarding which flowers to choose for the big day, here are a few handy tips.
1. Be Practical
Being practical means, think of the season of your wedding and the flowers available in that season. If you think of decorating your wedding with flowers that are not available in that season, it will be impractical and will dishearten you. Instead, either look for flowers available in that season or choose all-season flowers like carnations, callas, hydrangeas, orchids, roses and alstroemeria at a professional florist like Julie Nicholas at flower delivery Shrewsbury.
2. Achieve Right Color Combinations
Don’t rely on your imagination about flower colors because flowers have different shades. Even red roses may come in soft pale pink to rich blackish red varieties. Instead think of combining matching colors. For example, you can pair up red flowers with cool colored flowers like blue or purple. This should be especially remembered while watching photos in wedding magazines because they can be misleading, because while adjusting skin tone and lighting with flower colors, photographers may adjust the flower colors beyond reality.
3. Don’t Forget that Your Flowers will be Photographed
Pairing flowers in contrasting colors may look like polka dots in photographs. Instead you can choose soft shades to match each other e.g. lavender with green foliage etc.
4. Focus on Your Bridal Bouquet
5. Choose One Color if You are On Budget
Choosing only 1 color for your wedding flowers is also a good idea especially if you are on budget. This is also a great idea of choosing a color theme for your wedding. This way you can create a greater impact with fewer flowers, look more organized and stylish, and save some cash at the same time.
6. Go Offbeat
No matter whether you are a traditional bride or an offbeat one, going offbeat always creates a charm and remembrance. Trigger your creativity and find strange ideas to decorate your wedding. For example, you can also use cacti or various brightly colored fruits and veggies to pair up with flowers or instead of flower vases, you can place potted plants on your tables to make your guests feel more near nature!
Follow these tips and your flower confusion will be eliminated! A happy floral wedding!