Wednesday, February 1, 2012

Bold and the Blooming: Bridal Bouquets

Fresh, fragrant and fascinating....

San Antonio Wedding Consultants, Principles in Action, know how to add color to your wedding. With our expertise, you can turn your White Wedding to quite a vibrant affair! Here’s Ansonya Burke sharing with you the trendiest and the most vivid bridal bouquets you can carry to add that special spark in your walk down the aisle…

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I have seen brides fretting over the “right choice” flowers for their wedding bouquet. For many this is the first time being exposed to the world of “flora” and hence faces problems picking the right kind. More importantly, brides who are not aware of seasonal flowers end up picking non-seasonal ones that wilt away way before they say, “I do!”

Like flowers, the choice of bouquets is important too. Not every flower would look appealing in a set bouquet type. I have listed down a few of my favorite bouquet types and respective flowers that blend beautifully on each…

~Posy Wedding Bouquet~
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One of the greatest benefit of using a "Posy" wedding bouquet is how you have an array of flowers at your disposal to choose from. If you have a flower in mind, you can get your bouquet made entirely out of it. Roses, gerberas, peonies, tulips and rununculus. However, I prefer adding foliage to accent the bouquet and of course to add little variety.
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  ~Biedermeier Wedding Bouquet~
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For those who like to add a variety of different colors, I suggest a Biedermeier wedding bouquet. Daisies, Roses, Stephanotis, Orchids are some of the many flowers that you can choose to create your own floral design for a Biedermeier bouquet! Each layer is made from a different flower/color, so ladies, you are sure to get spoiled for choice with this one!
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  ~Arm Sheaf Wedding Bouquet~
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For the more traditional and vintage brides, the arm sheaf wedding bouquet is your companion. Calla lilies, gladiolus, orchids, long-stemmed roses, delphiniums, and larkspur make absolutely striking arm sheaf bouquet that you can carry along and look exquisite.
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 ~Teardrop Wedding Bouquet~
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Last and one of the loveliest of the designs that I like is the Teardrop bridal bouquet. Named after the much-adored Princess Diana, who carried one on her wedding day, this blooming bouquet is for all those wanting that royal look.  Phalaenopsis orchids, Purple Sweet Peas, Dendrobium Orchids, and White Spray Roses provide a beautiful combination to the teardrop design.
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8 comments:

  1. Beautiful! I love your blog very informative and well said!

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  2. Thank you Ms. Simmons. I am glad that you enjoy! Please come back anytime and provide us some feedback! : )

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  3. Great flowers! I really like it! It's classic and elegant. thanks for sharing this post to us. This is really informative.

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  4. Wow! Those wedding bouquets are really elegant and one of a kind. I so like it! Thumbs up!!

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  5. I love the combination of white and red roses. It's just really awesome and amazing. I will add this on the list of my choices for my wedding bouquet on my wedding day, maybe 10 years from now! ;) Glad that I found this post.

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  6. I am glad that you did too. We have moved and there is defintely more where that came from. http://principlesinaction.wordpress.com/ We do destination weddings too so when the time comes we would love to do the consulting! :)

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