Friday, October 18, 2013

{floral} FRIDAY :: the eighteenth of october, 2013.

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{100 layer cake}
 
the colors here are fresh yet moody - deep blue linens + gold stemware/chargers + a lovely purple and cream floral display works wonders here.

{100 layer cake}
 
the sprigs of greenery accent this bouquet so perfectly. this is also an example of how to incorporate a few key pops of color without overwhelming it.

{green wedding shoes}
 
looking for a unique bouquet? consider one of these spiky lovelies!

{green wedding shoes}
 
okay, so not only does this bride have adorably edgy leather jacket-clad bridesmaids, but their bouquets are fabulous too!

{green wedding shoes}
 
here's a way to get in on the ever-popular green & purple color combination without being boring ;)

{green wedding shoes}
 
if you have a naturally stunning ceremony backdrop like this bride and groom's breathtaking mountain venue, consider limiting your floral décor to simple, low groupings. you still get gorgeous flowers without detracting from the scenery that made you choose your venue in the first place.

{green wedding shoes}
 
if a floral crown isn't for you on your big day, consider wearing one {or something equally fun!} for your engagement photos!

{green wedding shoes}
 
ohhh dahlias, how i love you. this is SUCH a pretty, neutral bouquet for you blush-loving brides.

{ruffled}
 
another cool example of hanging flowers in lieu of traditional {and cluttered!} on-the-table centerpieces. pretty and practical wins my heart every time!

{ruffled}
 
prettiest ceremony backdrop ever? i really think it could be. using flowers like hydrangeas and carnations {just like they did here} is cost-effective and looks just lovely!

{ruffled}
 
i honestly think that protea makes the coolest bouquet. seriously consider it if you want something a little different!

{wedding chicks}
 
these colors just scream spring, don't they? best against a green {outdoor} backdrop, hot pinks, pale pinks & light purples are fabulously girly and fun.

{wedding chicks}
 
if you're going to use escort cards anyway, why not use tiny bud vases with oversized flowers in them? not only do they look lovely, but they also double as table décor and serve as a sweet favor for guests to take home with them at the end of the evening! bonus? less clean up for you {or your coordinator...} ;)

{wedding chicks}
 
and finally, an oversized greenery bouquet with just a few lush flowers thrown in - i adore it!
 
i hope y'all are a little inspired after all that ;)
 
have a beautiful weekend & XO,
 
jennifer

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