Throughout the time we’ve offered you several examples of wedding flower ideas and we just hope that you got advantage of our suggestions and maybe you’ve applied for some of these. If you haven’t been impressed by some of these, maybe you’re going to feel more tempted when it comes to these ones….
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We start with our first wedding flower idea, which consists of a multicolored bouquet composed of several types of flowers and daring combinations: chrysanthemum flowers, roses and several other genres in different colors with different types of leaves and elements applied- resulting a wonderful combination of flowers and colors, all of these recollected in a nice looking bouquet with a violet ribbon.
Another interesting wedding flower idea is definitely this one: take a tea cup and make it a table card support. Place in this cup one of your favorite flowers and next to it attach the table card that indicates the place and the name of the guest. It sounds pretty great, doesn’t it?
If you’re looking for a rich bouquet that is composed of humble elements then it means that we’ve got just the right wedding flower idea for you. We’re speaking of a pink bouquet that is made of pretty blossomed peonies. Between these buds you can observe some slight leaves, which are really thin and look good in combination with the other elements. Also, here and there you can observe some pearls made of plastic that give an extra special touch to this arrangement. It’s quite a great looking bouquet, don’t you think so?
Here’s an orange wedding bouquet that is made of pretty flowers, like callas, the bride’s flowers and here and there are some other used in darker color tones. Also, another thing that you can observe concerns the fresh leaves that are noticeable here and there, to which there are added some really faded green plants that create an interesting visual effect.
The last wedding flower ideas that we have for exposing are the ones in which the main elements are calla flowers. The idea is to combine as many colors as you can: callas with roses, orchids, the bride’s flowers and any other flowers that you like the most. The basic idea is to have a glass container, vase or pot and fill it with these types of flowers. Here and there, you can observe some green elements that penetrate between the flower buds and this is quite an interesting visual effect if we come to think of it.
If you choose the right flowers you’re going to see just how great these go together and how finely all the elements cope together.