Decorating a wedding is a huge undertaking—especially if you are going the DIY route. From the ceremony to the cocktail hour and reception, there are a lot of moving pieces and spaces to think about when it comes to decor. ... read more
If you’re a flower person, then you probably would love to have your wedding laden everywhere with blooms. Bouquets and basic centerpieces just aren’t enough for you! We’ve compiled a list below of 23 unique and of-the-moment ways to use ... read more
Wedding bouquets never had set rules. In fact, they were born out of necessity. In the Middle Ages, brides carried bunches of spices and herbs to keep evil spirits away from their wedding. Bouquets of fragrant plants were also carried ... read more
In the Victorian era, it was decided that different plants and flowers had special, unique meanings. At that time, people began to use flowers to send each other personal messages or secret correspondances in situations where they would otherwise be ... read more
After a long winter season, spring is finally here and better than ever. The sky is blue, the grey clouds are gone, and best of all, the flowers are bright and blooming. Typically, most people decide on having spring weddings ... read more
Floral arrangements and wedding bouquets are an absolutely key aspect of many weddings, but how can you make sure that your event has flowers that look stunning all day? Especially with the rise in outdoor weddings, it can be tricky ... read more
You’ve picked the venue and the dress and now you’ve got wedding flowers on the brain. So what type of flowers are you going with? You may feel a bit lost, especially if you’re a total flower novice. While your ... read more
The wedding bouquet is an important part of a bridal wedding look. Whether you went big with lots of different types of blooms or just had a single type of flower like hydrangeas or roses for your bouquet, it’s more ... read more
When you get invited to a wedding, you know you’re likely going to see a few things: a white dress, several bottles of champagne for toasting, and of course, flowers. Flowers are seemingly omnipresent in wedding ceremonies and receptions, and ... read more
Throughout history, many cultures have described flowers as objects of beauty and have written about them frequently in poetry. Flowers express love, romance, kindness, and affection. It’s no wonder that flowers are used so prominently in happy occasions like weddings. ... read more
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