wedding flowers

Juliet Roses Are Having A Major Moment in Weddings Right Now

One of our favorite roses right now has to be the Juliet rose, and we're seeing it everywhere in weddings. These large-headed blooms add volume, texture and softness to your wedding day floral arrangements. They also come in a variety of colors. Think romantic pastel hues, a variety of neutrals and even deeper jewel and... read more

Steal These "Something Blue" Bouquet Ideas!

Stumped on picking a "something blue?" Consider choosing flowers in a blue hue for a pretty bouquet that's also a nod to this tradition. Even if blue isn't one of your wedding colors you can still tie in a few blue flowers with blooms of other colors or add them to a neutral read more

12 Tiny Terrariums You Can DIY For Earthy Wedding Centerpieces

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Requiring very little work, these self-sufficient planters make a beautiful addition to any wedding tabletop or counter in your own home. Almost any glass container will get you started! Gather inspiration from these 12 unique variations on the tiny indoor garden, and get growing. By Jennifer Noonan for BobVila.com   ... read more

Can You Tell the Difference Between Fresh and Sugar Flowers?

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Whether they're fresh or sugar, flowers are a classic way to embellish your wedding cake. But sometimes it's hard to tell the difference between the two --  we look at wedding cakes and flowers all day long, but sometimes even we're stumped! Here's why it's so hard to tell the difference: Some cake... read more

11 of the Most Romantic Hydrangea Bouquets Ever

Romantic Hydrangea Bouquets | blog.theknot.comSwoon by Katie
Hydrangeas have serious staying-power, so if you're going for a timeless, romantic bouquet look, consider adding these soft, elegant flowers into the mix! Hydrangeas come in lush clusters, so they add a lot of volume to your bouquets and centerpieces. Plus, they fit in perfectly in any floral situation. They run the gamut... read more

Love the Leafy Look? See What Goes Into This Centerpiece

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Don't get us wrong, we're obsessed with flowers but lately we've been seeing leaves take center stage in wedding centerpieces and bouquets. And you can get just as much variety in a floral arrangement made entirely or mostly of leaves as you can with one with blooms. Eucalyptus is one of the most on... read more

See The Best Wedding Flowers of the Year

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We're practically swimming in photos of gorgeous flowers everyday (tough work, right?) and 2014 boasted some pretty amazing blooms. We love how couples have been getting creative with bright colors, unique floral installations and unexpected details like fruits and vegetables to put a more personal twist on their wedding decor. (Don't worry ---... read more

Why Does This Bouquet Cost So Much?

Anatomy of a Cost of a Bouquet | Blog.TheKnot.comBrian Dorsey Studios
This isn't your average grocery store bunch -- your wedding bouquet is different from ones you may have gotten before a special date or a birthday. It needs to look lush from all angles with plenty of flowers to fill it out. Pricey petals, like phalaenopsis orchids (up to $30 a stem), drive... read more

Anemones Are Amazing: Here Are 7 Pics That Prove It

Anemones are having a moment and anyone that already loves this bold bloom will understand why. Known for its standout center and vibrant fuchsia, red and purple hues, just a few stems of this unique flower can instantly add a dramatic, modern edge to an otherwise traditional bouquet. But why stop there? We've been... read more

Forget Ivory and White Bouquets -- Go Bold With Bright Color!

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Ivory and white bridal bouquets are classic, but if traditional isn't your thing, why not go for bold, beautiful color? Ask your florist to incorporate some of the colors from your color palette, opt for a bouquet of textured blooms in your favorite hue or mix multiple shades of the same color for... read more
Escort cards are extremely easy to personalize and an excellent way to bring in your wedding day colors -- from calligraphed seating cards set atop a textured linen to apples tagged with each guest's name or small personalized bundles of lavender tied off with string. Other ways to display escort cards: Pin them to a clothesline, post them on a board covered in color-coordinated ribbon, or incorporate them into your cocktail hour using personalized stirrers tagged with guests' names.
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