For modern brides, holding wedding bouquets would not only disguise your nervous shaking hands (it’s one of the most important day in your life!), but also make you more beautiful and prettier. Furthermore, these blooms will help to create a special wedding look with your own ideas and thoughts. And nowadays, your options for bouquets are limitless, from real flowers, fabric, succulent plants and paper to even crystal.We already have known that finding the one would be quite difficult.
A proper wedding bouquet needs to match your wedding theme, colors and decorations. So here we gather several cute wedding flower ideas for you to consider! Whether your wedding style tends to the old tradition, simple modern fashion or the most popular trend, these bouquets ideas are a feast for the eyes and there is always one for you. Enjoy!
Exciting news…Pantone has just recently revealed its top colors for Spring 2014 and we can’t wait to introduce these gorgeous lush colors for all our brides to be. Not only will we focus on the colors, but we will also bring some ideas and the main trends, which cleverly make use of these popular spring colors, perfect for any wedding venue.
Spring is such a great time to hold a wedding venue; it makes such a great metaphor for marriage and the beginning of life and ultimately new beginnings. Popular colors are usually associated with nature and color palettes will often be toned and watered down into pastel shades, however this season you will see some brights that move with the transitional period into summer, so watch out for those juicy oranges, dazzling blue and egg yolk yellows. The start of spring will see more cooler pastel blues and mints, which will scream spring wedding to all your guests.
So how do you choose your color? Well it’s easy really, make sure you choose a color that you love and that really reflects your personality and persona. If cool pastel shades don’t really agree with your fiery loud personality then it may seem strange to guests, so make sure it really says you. Also consider how to mix your colors, don’t just stick to one, and why not try using a stronger accent color to help blend in with your chosen color. Plus don’t be afraid to stick to these colors, choose a darker shade or lighter tint of some of these popular colors, you’ll still be on trend but using it to your advantage.
Your bridesmaids not just as your nearest friends but take an important role in your wedding. Bridesmaid dresses should complement your wedding color scheme and look in fashion. Check our post of top 10 bridesmaid colors for 2013~2014 to choose the suitable dresses for your gals.
Number 1. Mint
This pale green shade is so hot right now on all ready-to-wear runways, and we think it’s a gorgeous choice for a wedding. Great teamed with gold and white this color doesn’t have to stop at the dresses.
A fabulous color at beach weddings and its been seen all over red carpet venues this year making it a popular choice that translates perfectly down the aisle. A great shade for both summer and autumn wedding venues.
Pantone’s color of the year, and we couldn’t agree with them more. We love this flattering shade of green and will really stand out on your big day and most importantly on the photographs. Plus we think most maids would be rather happy having to sport this color.
Remember Kate Middleton’s engagement dress? Well dress designers were clearly inspired by the dark blue hues, since this color has been seen everywhere in the last few years. We love its preppy style, which is flattering on so many skin tones, which works well for both casual and formal weddings.
Yes, your bridesmaids can wear white! Once considered taboo, we predict that white bridesmaid dresses will remain popular throughout 2013 and into the following year. And don’t worry that your bridesmaids will be confused with the bride – as long as the bride styles her dress a little different, for example with a veil and long train, then there’s no worries about a mistaken bride.
There’s nothing chic than an LBD (Little Black Bridesmaid Dress). Not only does black look great on most skin tones, it’s also a wardrobe staple that your bridesmaids will wear again and again. To add a touch of femininity to an edgy black dress, look for dresses that incorporate another hot bridesmaid trend – lace.