With all of the changes for couples during Covid-19 times, I think waiting to have your dream wedding is one of the hardest. To help past the time I came up with areas of your wedding planning that can happen now even though you don’t have an exact wedding date and venue right now. Flower selection, ceremony & reception decor, and music/entertainment are areas of wedding planning that can be planned now and implemented when you can set your wedding date. Up first is wedding bouquet planning.
These how-tos will work for mini-weddings, courthouse weddings, destination weddings, and of course, a traditional wedding.
Your choice of flowers can set the tone for your whole wedding. Is it a casual gathering with loose hanging ivy, or a formal affair with fresh roses intricately placed in a circular bouquet?
No matter your style, you’re sure to find inspiration for your wedding flowers from one or more of these lovely brides.
CIRCULAR, STRUCTURED BOUQUETS
We love succulents in bouquets …
UNIQUE ARTSY BOUQUETS
Winter weddings are some of the dreamiest, but also cause some problems when it comes to picking a bouquet to fit the setting. Do you add evergreen? Can you use colors other than red or white?
We like to think yes! Check out some of these unique bouquets.
This lovely bride made her bouquet using flowers from a local flower market. A stunning bouquet in its style, simplicity, and color. Check ahead with your wedding planner for flower options, including pictures to help you plan the design of your bouquet before your wedding day.
DIY is also a stylish option with faux flowers and sometimes it’s preferred, especially for a destination wedding. The loveliness of this Boho wreath for this Bride was perfect for her wedding day while providing the ease and convenience she hoped for in packing and traveling to her Destination Wedding.
Once you have your flowers selected for your bouquet think about other details that might add glam and elegance to your bouquet – a bouquet cuff, a vintage family heirloom either a brooch or a hankie, silk chiffon ribbon streamers from FrouFrouChic, or lace from your Mom’s wedding dress. The choices for addons are endless.
Which styles are your favorites? Let us know in the comments below. Look for the next post on ceremony and reception decor coming soon. 💖
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