Flowers are a subtle yet significant way to add the finishing touch to any wedding. The choice of wedding flowers to be used as decorations, centrepieces, bouquets and corsages is a personal one, and with so many options available there is always something to suit your theme.
Tesselaar Flowers has a fantastic website filled with flowers to inspire brides to be. They sell flowers to create bouquets and feature images to inspire the lucky couple with ideas. Delivery is available for your convenience and their range is available in Sydney and other major cities.
Some beautiful suggestions that have caught my attention are:
This Stunning and Styled bouquet has a vintage feel and suits a rustic, vineyard or country wedding. Roses, Peonies, Ranunculi, Lavender, Andromeda and natural Foliage are suggested for this theme in softly romantic hues:
There is something bold and romantic about red roses, and this Enchanted Forest design is a whimsical alternative to the traditional veil:
The simplicity and elegance of white set against an array of greenery suits a traditional wedding. With a touch of pink, the beauty of this bouquet is that it will suit most dresses and will never look dated in photographs:
For statement flowers that have a burst of colour bringing happiness and fun to any wedding, I love this bouquet of pinks, oranges and yellows. Suited to a sunny day and knee length dresses, you can’t go wrong with bright colours set against a splash of greens:
For pastel pinks and simple white, this bouquet is my personal favourite and possibly the prettiest of them all:
As you can see, simply changing the type and colour of your wedding flowers can really enhance your overall theme and feel of the day. Going bold for a glamorous wedding, choosing vintage hues for a rustic look or a bright happy bunch to add some colour – whatever your preference, choosing your flowers is an important decision.
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