Recent Wedding Flowers Posts
Photo: LinneaLiz Photography
Before it’s full speed ahead with the latest trends of 2014, we wanted to take a few days to look back on some of our favorite photos of the year. Now, we see a lot, A LOT, of beautiful blooms each and every week in real wedding features here at WeddingWire. Brides seem to always surprise us with what they choose to carry down the aisle in their bouquets. From freshly-picked peonies to cascading orchids and greenery, here’s what we loved most!
Photos (from left to right): Julie Saad Weddings
Now that 2014 is finally here, our Editorial team is looking ahead to the upcoming wedding season and predicting the trends that may emerge. It’s going to be big, bold, and beautiful with dahlias when it comes to brides choosing their floral arrangements. Perfect for a garden wedding, these blooms are a bit romantic and rustic. See more here.
Photo: Kelly Redinger Studio
Show your groom’s lapel a little love with a statement-making boutonniere. Whether he’s rustic and wants a succulent with billy balls wrapped in twine, glamorous and wants a pop of color against his black tuxedo with a pink orchid, classic and wants an all- white calla lily, or romantic and wants a closed peony and green berries, we’ve got ideas for every groom’s style. See more of our favorites here.
Photos (from left to right): Jennifer Halen Photography
If you want to give your centerpieces that “wow” factor as your guests are being seated at the reception, consider adding texture amongst flowers in mason jars with cotton, thistle, billy balls, wheat, lotus pods, or fern curls. Complement the relaxed, natural vibe with a burlap table runner or even wooden crates. Check out these rustic centerpiece ideas for more inspiration here.
Photos (from left to right): Heather Smith Photography
If you’re planning a vintage wedding, your decor has to be sweet and subtle. Our favorite blooms to fill antique silver sets, depression glass vases, milk glass vases, and even mason jars? Garden roses, ranunculuses, baby’s breath, hydrangeas. Don’t forget to add mirrors, frames, and lace doilies too. See more centerpieces here.