We would love to take this time to give future brides some inside scoops on how to make the most of your wedding day flowers and decor - something your photographer may thank you for, because it makes their job easier and let's them focus more on you! We are always willing to try new things and work with many different trends, but over the years we've learned a few staples that will never go out of style.
Many brides with budgets tend to overlook linen rentals, and settle with the standard white or ivory that is provided by most venues. Renting a quality linen - whether it's a bold color, patterned, or neutral -makes ALL the difference in making your centerpieces really stand out and pop. Many brides want to play it safe and think that white or ivory will match anything - but think of your color scheme and the colors of your venue and see what will flow best with the rest of the design.
2. Ombre Color Schemes
Ombre has become a very popular trend lately, and for good reason. When choosing your color scheme, it's important to think of all of the "in between" shades of your colors. For example, if you love hot pink and want pink and white to be your wedding colors, try to include different shades of pink that will make the contrast a little less harsh in your flower arrangements. This is true for any combination of colors - purple and pink, blue and yellow, orange and blue, etc. This will help you avoid the polka dot look and create a more sophisticated wedding theme.
3. Floral Jewelry
This is one of our favorites. Instead of the traditional corsages for Mothers and Grandmothers, brides have been ordering floral jewelry instead. Cuffs, necklaces, even rings can be made out of succulents and flowers. The feedback? More comfortable, convenient, and custom!
Hope some of these tips can give you some new inspiration for wedding planning! Though we know anyone booking with Tami already has great style :)