Arrangement of ranunculuses, garden roses, craspedia, succulents, and seeded eucalyptus.
Arrangement of hydrangeas, thistles, silver brunia, dahlias, mokara orchids, garden roses, and dusty miller.
Arrangement of mini calla lilies, roses, dahlias, hypericum berries, curly willow, fern shoots, amaranthuses, feverfew, mini sunflowers, and echinacea pods.
Garden and spray roses provide a sweetly romantic counterpoint to oak leaves
Hand-tied bouquet of orange and white garden dahlias
Make your wedding simple and elegant - do a monochromatic wedding. White is the best option to go with when trying to pull off a monochromatic wedding. Lose the stress of having to chose colors that compliment one another. Using one color and different textures throughout the event will create unforgettable ambiance.
Adding candles to your special day is an affordable method of creating a elegant affair. Be creative use different types of holders, whether using traditional vases, try different sizes, or even consider wine bottles or mason jars. The possibilities are endless. You can even glamour the candles up by using brooches or gluing rhinestone ribbon around a pillar candle.
Justin Alexander Bridal Collection 2012
Justine Alexander Bridal Collection 2012
Pnina Tornai Bridal Collection 2012
Rosa Clara 2012 Bridal Collection
Pink can sometimes be cliche, however, when pink is used correctly is can make any event charming. Pairing neutral colors with pink and/or red creates a prefect balance. This color scheme would be perfect for birthday parties, garden/tea parties and baby showers. Important to note - Try using different hues of pink and red.
Making a splash does not necessarily mean being extravagant. There are simple ways of making your wedding look simple and chic, yet luxurious. One easy step is by making your wedding monotone. Using only one color but different textures creates a sense of subtle complexity. It builds an extra dimension without over doing it. Something else to think about are alternatives, why settle for the traditional, make your wedding unique. Think of ideas that can replicate what is traditionally suppose to be there. For instance rather than having a wedding cake or a cupcake tree, use shelving or hang trays (making sure they are secure) from the ceiling to form what will look like a tiered cake. Simplicity is key.
Hanging decor is nothing new, but taking a creative and innovative twist to it makes it one of the best trends. There are different options to choose from such as mason jars, flowers, picture frames, perfume bottles (as shown above) the options are endless. Make sure to stick to a theme and also try playing with the heights. This will be sure to make your event unique and breathtaking. Affordable tip for a elegant outcome: Try using crystal garlands (can be purchased at any event supply store) at different lengths to highlight certain areas of the venue.
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