Whether you are in love with lilac as flowers or as a color, in a more general sense, it is more than just clear that you want to lilac wedding flowers to embellish your wedding apparel and reception. The palette of flowers you can play with varies from roses to calla lilies and they can be natural or silk. One thing is for sure, though, it ought to be beautiful and fragranced.
Let us first assume that your intention is to have your wedding bouquet composed of natural flowers. In this case, you have to keep in mind the fact that your wedding day must be in the season the lilacs bloom, and you should also know that lilacs whiter quite quickly, so unless you know a trick or two you should consider combining them with other, more lasting flowers.
We think that teaming them up with lavender tulips and greeneries will manage to keep the aspect of your wedding bouquet vivid throughout all the stages of the wedding ceremony.
If your wedding day is due in the fall, then it would not be a bad idea to use yellow roses among the lilacs. The final aspect of the bouquet will take everyone’s breathe and it will perfectly complete your wedding apparel.
For those of you who think the wedding flowers should be silk we have a wonderful idea that implies putting together a bouquet from lilac roses and lavender. To complement them one could also add white and lilac baby’s breath. The result will be spectacular.
Brides know very well that wedding flowers do not refer only to the wedding bouquet, and when you have a lilac theme wedding planned, all details must be carefully arranged.
Wedding flowers can also mean table centerpieces, boutonnieres, and even wedding reception decorations. When deciding upon the boutonnieres we suggest that you take into consideration silk calla lilies, as they are very much admired and appreciated.
If you want to use lilac flowers as centerpieces, our recommendation is to place them in tall vases that can be of white, green or brown color.
If you want to induce your guests the idea that the wedding features a royal theme, you can opt for Victorian lilac shades. Victorian lilac was the color of royalties back in the days, and we can understand why. It emanates enchantment and it takes one thought to romance, elegance and high-class.