Tuesday, January 5, 2010
Purple and Green Wedding Flowers are 2010 Trend! / Sacramento Wedding Flowers Florist
A couple of months ago I met a cousin-to-be (shout out to Stacy!). She's getting married in Massachusetts at an historic inn. The inn offers use of their lanterns for centerpieces, but she wasn't sure whether she should go with those or not...I say, go for it girl! It fits in with the decor of the room (a really great room - I happened to see it decorated up for a banquet when I went to visit the place on vacation). I suggest modernizing it with some callas or tulips or lilacs in water tubes draped over it, maybe with some coordinating design wire. And you could have your florist do 3 or 5 votive holders or small glass cubes on the tables with some coordinating flowers. You've picked a popular combo of purple and green. There are lots of flowers available in April in those colors, as you can see above, and that's not all of them (think iris, stock,vanda orchids, gladiolas, hyacinth, larkspur, lavendar, lisianthus, muscari, and ranunculus - check them all out on ubloom.com). As you can see you can go expensive (orchids and lilacs, luscious lilacs, and those gorgeous bicolor antique hydrangea!) or trendy and less expensive (green spider mums or button mums, green carns, purple carns). I really love the lilacs, and anemones the most.
Most photos from ubloom.com; also bladenewyork.blogspot.com; also florigene.com.
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