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Sunflower Pineapples Flower Sculptures By Preston Bailey (So Cool!)

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Pineapples are a symbol of hospitality, so Preston Bailey invited guests into this wedding with these larger-than-life faux fruits made out of bright sunflower blooms. "[Together] two ordinary things become fun, conversational pieces that enhance a breezy and warm event," says Preston. An over-the-top installation like this makes the perfect dramatic entrance...

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9 Flower Table Runners You’ll Love!

Photo: Mike Larson Photography // Featured: The Knot Blog
Dressing your table in a stunning floral runner is one way to make a big statement with the decor at your reception. In any palette, a thick stripe of flowers cascading off the table is completely drool-worthy! From pretty blooms to succulents and leafy greens, these au naturale runners steal the show. Ivory Floral Runner... read more

6 Statement Orchid Centerpieces

Submerged OrchidsPhoto by: Thorsen Photography

Orchids are beautiful all on their own but take them up a notch by displaying them in new and interesting ways. Here, six submerged orchid centerpieces that will make your reception pop!

Floating Orchid Lamp Centerpiece

First up, take a peek at these totally creative orchid lamps. The couple's florist, Heffernan Morgan Designs in Chicago, designed... read more

Hot For Spring Centerpieces? Apple Blossoms!

Photo: Liza Lubell // Featured: The Knot BlogPhoto: Liza Lubell
Did you know that the apple blossom is actually apart of the rose family? And in the spring, apple blossoms are in full bloom all over the northeast (the perfect addition to spring wedding arrangements). I love how unexpected the branchy flower looks in an otherwise classic spring centerpiece like this one  designed by Brooklyn-based... read more

A Flower Covered Escort Card Display

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Look for built-in decor around your wedding venue, then highlight it. That's what celebrity event designer Preston Bailey did here. With dozens of lush peonies, hydrangeas, and roses literally transformed this stone garden fountain into a lush floral escort card display. Seriously breathtaking! > Follow Preston read more

A Bright Red Amaryllis Centerpiece

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I've fallen for this bright fall centerpiece with the season's brightest blooms. Liza Lubell, founder of Brooklyn-based Peartree Flowers, gave the usual red and orange fall color palette a serious update with bright reds and berries. By incorporating fresh flowers like amaryllis, jasmine vine, tulips, ranunculuses, gladiola and carnations and spreading out these large... read more

A Hanging Rose Escort Card Display

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One way to make sure that red roses look anything but traditional? Hang them from the ceiling! Celebrity wedding planner Mindy Weiss did just that for a dramatic escort card display. Dozens of red roses hung upside down and inside floating, geometric vases make for a unique and surreal look. Follow... read more

A Sunflower Wedding from Meagan Ramirez at The Collective Photographers

Jillian & Ian's Wedding
I love that Jillian and Ian decked out their entire day with bright yellow sunflowers. Sunflowers have this casual, playful almost vintage chic vibe that really works perfectly for an outdoor wedding like this one in California. The look is laid-back yet romantic -- see all the photos below from Meagan Ramirez at The... read more

A Spring Dogwood Branch Centerpiece

Spring BrightsPhoto: Liza Lubell
This is the quintessential spring centerpiece. It's not just that Brooklyn-based florist Liza Lubell used spring colors like yellows, purples and greens, it's all about the flower types she chose. Fresh dogwood branches, hellebore, ranunculus, lilac, spirea branches, and parrot tulips are all the flowers the make this floral centerpiece true to the season. read more

Hanging Ceremony Flowers

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Mindy Weiss just has a way of creating fairy-tale wedding designs and this is one of them. Mindy and team brought the outdoors in by hanging flower-laden vines from a chic all-white ceiling. Lining the ceremony aisle with even more lush white blooms created an all-around garden effect. Follow Mindy @MindyWeissread more
No matter where you wed, first impressions are essential. A personalized entryway will make your site more welcoming and help guests feel at home almost immediately. If you're having an outdoor wedding, hang leis of orchids or sun-catching glass ornaments on the surrounding trees. For a ballroom, have your florist create an escort card table arrangement with plenty of height so it's the first thing guests see. A rustic affair calls for tons of lanterns lining the pathways.  
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