Need an easy way to add a surprising textured element to your bouquet? Have no fear, our Flowers Editor is here to showcase her very favorites, including ginger (resembles a cactus, but pink), bird of paradise, allium (nicknamed after Dr. Seuss), cockscomb (feels like velvet), pompon dahlia, protea (from South Africa), pincushion, thistle (shaped like the sun), bells of Ireland, and anthurium (nicknamed “flamingo”). See more utterly unique photos here!
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Photo: Amanda K. Photography
With spring providing us with a plethora of flower options, it can be overwhelming to settle on the perfect bouquet. Having trouble? Head to WeddingWire’s SpringBook 2014 for some assistance!
- Rustic & Relaxed Flowers
- Offbeat & Exotic Flowers
- Contemporary & Cosmopolitan Flowers
- Timeless & Elegant Flowers
- Vibrant & Cheerful Flowers
For more inspiration, be sure to check out WeddingWire’s flower photo galleries!
Photo: Riverland Studios
It’s officially Valentine’s Day, which means you’re bound to receive a bouquet, box of chocolates, romantic dinner for two, and lots of hugs and kisses. But did you know that roses are also the quintessential wedding flower? See our favorites here.
Photos (from left to right): Candace Jeffery Photography
Have you ever heard of a polar vortex? Well, it’s been a mere 20 degrees with wind chills at WeddingWire HQ this past week. Not to mention a snow storm! Our editorial team has been dreaming about spring and all the pretty flowers that are about to bloom, especially peonies. Check out some of our favorite bouquets here.
Photos (from left to right): Abbey Lunt Photography
If you haven’t noticed by now, we’re suckers for succulents! Added bonus: they’ll be trending in 2014 along with dahlias. Use them in your bouquet, pin them on his lapel, decorate the table, and adorn the cake with these tiny green plants. See more here.