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Ways to use Hydrangeas for your centerpiece on your big day
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Hydrangeas are an absolute wedding flower staple.  Alone, they can create simple arrangements, full of volume and awash in color. With other hydrangea colors, they can add an abundance of texture, effectively amping up the value of the other flowers in the centerpiece.  As you can see from the centerpieces above and below, an arrangement that large full of just roses and orchids might end up being cost prohibitive, but by adding large hydrangeas, it has all the size and visual impact, without the increased price tag.  As florist Experts puts it, they are a good value flower for both centerpieces and bouquets.  While they are on the more expensive end of the spectrum, they do take up a lot of space. In other words, although they might be more costly per stem than a daisy or carnation, you shouldn’t overlook the size of the bloom in your decision.
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Using fresh cut flowers, foliage, branches to decorate reception chairs and aisle ends is a brilliant idea which is simple, economical and makes for a splendid statement for a little investment. Read these ideas and tips to learn how to create a perfect look for weddings and special events.

The first question that comes to mind is which flowers to use. Usually, tall stemmed flowers, foliage and branches are fitting for arrangements. For example tall, fresh cut calla lilies are very popular choice and go well with wedding bouquets made of hand tied calla lilies. These can be made more beautiful with hypericum berries and greenery tied with a silk sash to make a lovely arrangement. The best thing about using calla lilies is they come in many colors so picking your favorite shade isn’t complicated at all.

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