In this blog, we are continuing our series, “The Power of burgundy Flowers for Fall Centerpieces.” So far we have covered many excellent varieties of Wholesale Flowers that are perfect for Fall Wedding Flowers and all of your Centerpiece Ideas. At Whole Blossoms, we have an incredible selection of Burgundy Flowers that you will “fall” in love with. The problem is that with so much inspiration, it can be difficult to decide which blooms you want to use. We are going through each variety and giving you some exciting ideas on how to use them in your Fall Wedding or other seasonal event.Continue reading “The Power of Burgundy Flowers for Fall Centerpieces ( Part 3 )”
This week we are back for part 2 of our continuing series on the power of Burgundy Flower for Fall Centerpieces. Last article we covered Burgundy Anemone Flower, Burgundy Dahlia Flower, and Ranunculus Burgundy Flower.
Burgundy is a very important color and can be a color viewed as a tone that indicates power. Burgundy Flowers are well known to be arranged with during the fall and can fully demonstrate the power of the changing season. The richness of this color gives the wedding a powerful energy that commands your attention.Continue reading “The Power of Burgundy Flowers for Fall Centerpieces ( Part 2 )”
Well, mid August is finally upon us and the approaching fall season will soon be here. Every bride, wedding and event planner certainly has their own style, and especially in the area you live in, transitioning colors are everything. Some states, like Alabama, Louisiana, and South Carolina seem to love the lighter tones and colors to match their white, pink, and light blue dresses with the contrast of the spacious Montebello homes, grassy landscapes, and bright, sunny skies. However, many states like Wisconsin, Minnesota, Ohio, Maine, and Vermont, have the woodland and coastal landscapes with the usual overcast skies which are the perfect welcome for Burgundy Flowers.Continue reading “The Power of Burgundy Flowers for Fall Centerpieces ( Part 1 )”
When it comes to planning your wedding or special event, many mistakenly think Roses and Garden Roses are the same thing.
There are some striking differences between the two, although they are cousins. The standard rose is excellent for centerpieces and many other floral arrangements, such as boutonnieres, corsages, vases, and much more. The heads on a Garden Rose makes them a spectacular show for Wedding Bouquets and other floral arrangements for Wedding Flowers and other special events.Continue reading “Why Garden Roses are the Perfect Wedding and Event Bloom”
When it comes to the Sunflower, it is an incredible bloom to have in your Wedding Bouquets and Wedding Flowers. For one, they are the perfect flower for summer. They have large heads that have the shape and resemblance of the sun and its golden rays radiating light all around. With this kind of inspiration, there is no wonder many brides have a desire for Sunflowers Arrangements.
Another great aspect of Sunflowers is that they are available year around and are even a great choice in the winter months to add some sunny warmth and tone to many kinds of arrangements. Some might wonder if their color and size is a bit too bold, however, for Wedding Floral Arrangements, but surprisingly, it blends in naturally with all other blooms.Continue reading “How To Make Sunflowers Part of Your Wedding”
At Whole Blossoms, we have successfully served over 47,000 brides and event planners over the years. One particular variety that is used extensively is the Anemone flower. It has a wonderful shape of petals that fan around a dark center. The vibrant colors and shapes of the heads are often times the most prominent fixture in Wedding Bouquets.
Many want to know the Anemone Flower Meaning and for many, it simply means, “anticipation.” Anticipation is the perfect word to describe what a bride and wedding couple feel on their wedding day. It’s amazing to see the joy and happiness a bride feels on her wedding day as she sports her Bridal Bouquet and brandishes her million dollar smile with her arrangement full of Anemones.Continue reading “Why the Anemone Flower is a Great Choice for Wedding Flowers”
Summer is upon us now and Covid 19 has been keeping us hampered for the winter and spring wedding seasons. It has been a difficult and trying time for everyone. The Wedding industry has greatly suffered, but the good news is, you cannot stop love. Love is going to blossom under any circumstance and now that we have some good guidelines in place now and believe it is now safe to have your summer wedding.
Summer weddings are warm and magical; they are the times when you can have your woodland wedding, beach wedding, countryside wedding, courtyard wedding, and more. Wedding Flowers are very important and Wedding Bouquets are what most people visualize when they think of Flowers For Wedding.Continue reading “Some Cool Wedding Bouquet Ideas For Summer”
Let’s face it, when it comes to Wedding Flowers, it all comes down to the Wedding Bouquet. There are so many different styles and preferences of floral decorations, however, every bride wants her Wedding Bouquet to really stand out and make her feel special. If you can nail down the bouquet, then everything else with coordinate around it.Continue reading “It’s all about the Bouquet”
When it comes to Wedding Flowers, or simply flowers for special events, Hydrangeas are an exceptional variety of blooms that can do some wonderful things. When searching for Wholesale Flowers, Whole Blossoms has over 3,000 varieties to choose from, however, our Hydrangeas For Sale can exceed your expectations in many wonderful and exciting ways.
They serve as a focal flower and/or tremendous filler, much the same way can use Babys Breath Flowers, and however, you can get a tremendous advantage point from working with a Hydrangea.Continue reading “Importance of Hydrangeas for Weddings or Special Events”
We are now in our final blog of our three point series. It’s helpful to understand which Wedding Flowers are popular for 2020. Each year wedding style change, they come and go. Trying to keep up with all the latest trends can become both tedious and time consuming. Our results are based on the amount of orders we receive for wedding flowers and sometime s changes year by year. We have already discussed the following varieties: Ranunculus, Peonies, Rose, Hydrangeas, Gardenias, Calla Lilies, Babys Breath Flowers, Succulents, Carnations, and orchids.
In future articles we will do series on wedding styles and how they impact others and convey the emotions and personalities of the wedding party. These days you can pretty much tailor anything to shape your interests and personalities.Continue reading “Popular Wedding Flowers for 2020 Part #3”