Flowers are used in all sorts of ways to decorate for events and beautify the home. Do you know how to get the floral arrangements that you need or enjoy at a price that you can afford? Do you know how to alter arrangements to make them exactly what you want? My website contains a lot of tips that can help you save on the cost of floral arrangements around your home or during your next big event. Hopefully, you will enjoy the pictures included and the instructions will be easy for you to follow to create those beautiful displays of flowers.
Tired of uptight, formal wedding decoration options? Add some bohemian chic to your wedding to give it a fun, casual vibe that will put you and your guests at ease.
Here are a few says to bring natural, boho fun to your big day.
Open the Door
Want an entrance that's beautiful, symbolic and exciting? Try an old door. Secondhand home stores often carry a selection of used doors which can be framed to create a standalone entrance for the wedding party. Be sure to find double doors, of course. Then paint and age the door and frames to match your wedding color style.
The flowers will help set the mood of your wedding. So look for whimsical, offbeat flowers instead of traditional roses and baby's breath. Choose local flowers that your guests will recognize and love. Or go for bouquets of wildflowers and loose flower combinations that include things like sunflowers, lilies, dahlias, daisies or irises. Add in a few fillers that give texture and personality to the arrangement - 'weird things' like thistles, snap dragons or delphiniums.
Keep it Casual
Keep a similar laid-back theme for your centerpieces as you had for your wedding flowers. Creating a centerpiece can be as simple as designing wildflower arrangements that complement the bouquets and putting them in simple mason jars, milk jugs or mismatched vases. Complete the look with a lantern or a few small candles.
The veil is out; flowers are in. Create a unique headpiece that makes use of small flowers that complement your bouquets. Floral crowns can be as large and bold or as small and delicate as you want. They work well with loose, flowing hair or many popular braid styles. If a full floral crown is too much for your hair or dress style, try braiding some flowers into your hair or adding them to a chic bun or updo instead.
Sadly, the cliche about bridesmaid dresses being unwearable is often true. Why not reward your bridesmaids and relax your wedding by choosing flowing sundresses or short summer dresses for your party to wear? Instead of buying all the same color, look for a color palette or style theme instead. Or check out vintage stores that specialize in 60s or 70s fashion for fun and unique boho dresses.
There are as many ways to create a memorable and unique experience as there are brides and grooms. Look for touches that fit your personalities and always remember to have fun with your wedding.