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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

anemone boutonniere | Studio Elle Photography | Blog.theknot.com
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!

red and pink bridal bouquet | White-Klump Photography | Blog.theknot.com
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

Put a Twist on the Classic Winter Wedding Bouquet

When it comes to romantic winter bouquets it doesn't get much more classic than red roses. The new way to add a fresh twist to roses is to add eucalyptus (leaves and seeded) and dark red parrot tulips for greenery and texture. This combination ties in the colors of the holiday season in... read more

Find Out What's Hot in the World of Wedding Flowers

Flower Tips and Trends from Florist Eric Buterbaugh | Blog.TheKnot.com
When it comes to over-the-top flowers, LA-based florist and floral designer for the Four Seasons Hotel Los Angeles, Eric Buterbaugh is a pro -- he's made his career designing flowers for celebs like Rosie Huntington Whitley, Rachel Zoe and Miranda Kerr (and even designed a five-foot skull covered in flowers!). Recently Buterbaugh partnered up with... read more

Having a Rustic Wedding? Steal This Boutonniere Idea!

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Boutonnieres may be one of the smallest floral wedding details, but they can make a huge impact when it comes to style. Because grooms and groomsmen typically wear neutrals like black, white, and navy, a boutonniere is the perfect way to add a pop of color to their lapels and tie their attire into the wedding... read more

8 Super Pretty Ways To Use Eucalyptus In Your Wedding

Besides being a dietary staple for animals like koalas and a popular scent for candles and essential oils, eucalyptus makes a great addition to your wedding décor. From bouquets to centerpieces and even accents for your cake, this hearty green is not only pretty, it’s perfect for adding texture, depth and... read more

Painted Plants Are Amazing. Here’s Proof

Every time we turn around, there's a new flower arrangement trend, whether it's using king proteas, succulents or even fresh fruit in your florals. Now, feast your eyes on the latest fad to take over the flower world: painted plants. That's right! Couples are asking their florists to paint fresh floral... read more

13 Amazing Ways to Use Lavender In Your Wedding

Lavender is said to bring good luck but it is also a symbol of love and devotion, making it a particularly meaningful flower to include in your wedding decor. Lavender also has calming properties, meaning it may take away some of the nerves if you get a sniff pre-ceremony! From incorporating a sprig into... read more

12 Ways to Incorporate Hanging Flowers in Your Decor

We called it... flowers are particularly BIG this year. And while we've seen everything from floral tablescapes to lush centerpieces, right now we can't get enough of these hanging blooms. Whether fresh or made of paper, draped from a rustic ladder or arranged in assorted vintage bottles, suspended flowers... 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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