Florals We Fawn Over
May 2, 2015
Spring florals are popping up all over our Spring Open House. Here’s a quick insider’s guide to floral decor and design from the pros at Garnish Event Design, a division of JPC Event Group:
How does a happy couple choose with so many gorgeous options? Some pro tips:
Choose what’s in season.
Let a professional floral designer guide you.
Stay true to your your style: Do you like the earthy feel of long flowering branches or classic tailored look of tight bouquets of tea roses?
Be open minded! Some brides have their heart set on peonies and realize the look they want actually calls for rununculous.
Flowers also have deep symbolism in many cultures. There is an emotional element to selecting your floral that should never be overlooked.
Here are a few of our floral features for Spring that you will see this weekend.
Spring weddings and Hydrangeas are a match made in heaven With immense billowy blossoms, hydrangeas flaunt an old-fashioned elegant charm that is hard to resist. These classic summer flowers are very versatile. They stand out on their own for spectacular center pieces, but also give a bouquet a full fresh look.
Symbolism: Sincere & Heartfelt
This tiny delicate flower, is richly colored and sweetly scented. The enchanting Sweat Pea, is adored by many brides for they’re ruffly and romantic pedals. This flower looks great mixed in with other springtime blossoms for a beautiful spring wedding bouquet.
Symbolism: Delicate & Blissful
Red Charm Peonies
Some say the Red Charm Peonies is the perfect wedding flower. They are prized for their sturdy foliage, lush blooms and sweet scent. Add in greenery and you will have a beautiful charming bouquet or pair them with other spring blooms and create elegant springtime centerpieces.
Symbolism: Promise good fortune & Long happy marriages
Also, known as Wild Flowers. The double anemone are a diverse group of flowers and resemble daisies. They can add zest and charm to your wedding day decor by adding into bouquets for a fuller look without overcrowding.
Double tulips are often referred to as peony tulips because like the peony they have layers of petals that give a lush full look. Double tulips are very popular in bridal bouquets because they offer a stunning elegant feel by themselves without any other florals added in.
Symbolism: Perfect Love
These cold weather blossoms are whimsical and sweet. When bloomed they are downturned and buttercup-like. They come in many beautiful colors and are now the latest trend, by offering a more boho-chic appeal. Pair them with many greens for bouquets and use a single hellebore for the groom and groomsmen’s boutonnieres.
This showy feathery flower is one all brides should know about. They offer a romantic and whimsical feel to all bouquets and centerpieces. The astilbe make for simple bouquets. Clutch a handful of these special flowers and alone they create such a magical feel.
Symbolism: Patience & Dedicated Love
Ranunculus are beautiful soft headed flowers with delicate petals. They are very popular in wedding bouquets because of their size and colors and also can create a visual interest by adding a pop of color next to a white wedding dress.
Symbolism: Radiant with Charm
O’Hara Garden Rose & Hot Pink Garden Rose
The Garden Rose is a lovely spiral open rose that is growing in popularity for weddings and events. The lush layers and round blooms create a soft romantic feel for any bridal bouquet. They have tall stems perfect for center pieces.
Symbolism: Sincerity & Purity