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When planning the perfect wedding, it’s all in the details! From the cake and the music, to the decor and the food, picking the perfect statement pieces to reflect you and your love on the big day can be both fun and overwhelming. Choosing the perfect floral arrangement is no exception! We are here to help break down the latest in floral trends to help make your decision a little easier!

Statement Blooms

One way to make sure your bouquet pops, is to choose a high-impact exotic bloom like the Protea pictured below. Choosing a unique, exotic flower as your statement piece, is a good alternative for brides who are not huge fans of the succulent trend, but want a show stopping piece.

Credit: Braedon Photography

Cascading Bouquets

Cascading bouquets are the perfect alternative for brides who are not fans of the tight, round arrangements. They work wonderfully for outdoor weddings, as you can choose to incorporate as much greenery and color as your heart desires.

Credit: Nancy Ray Photography

Tight Wildflower Bouquets 

For brides looking for a pop of color in a smaller package, tight wildflower bouquets are the way to go! They can be done using a wide range of colorful flowers, or simple and mono-botanical, depending on the desired look and feel!

Credit: Delaney Dobson Photography

Garland Centerpieces

For brides looking to avoid the hassle of overly large and detailed arrangements, low tablescapes are a great alternative! There is no coordinating clustered arrangements, when you run a string of eucalyptus leaves down you table as a runner!

Credit: O’Malley Photographers

Flower Walls

For the brides that are just not satisfied with a small bouquet, flower walls are an amazing addition to any ceremony or reception space! They can be used as an altar, a photo-booth background, or both!

Credit: Elizabeth Messina/Ruche

 

 

 

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