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Wedding Flower Color Trends For 2013

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The New Year comes full with new and renovated trends for your wedding flowers. Make sure you consider all your floral options before making up your mind. Even if you are a classic bride who loves monochromatic themed decor, you will fall in love with the captivating color palettes for 2013. You can go with a classy flower selection and choose vibrant shades, or you can select tropical and joyful flowers and play with a wide range of colors. No matter on which side you stand, vibrant contrasts of bright colors are all in for the upcoming year. They are simply a must!

Do not feel shy if you consider yourself a classy bride. You can still add a vibrant and gorgeous touch of color using classic flowers for weddings such as roses, hydrangeas, garden roses or mini callas. These wedding flowers have always been the top selection for classic and vintage weddings due to their beautiful off-white and creamy shades. However, new varieties are now popular for their bright hot pink, green, orange, and other stunning shades. Almost every color is possible for your wedding flowers thanks to dyes and floral paint that any bride can use to give to her classic flowers a contemporary touch.

For our bold brides, exotic and multi-flower arrangements are a MUST in 2013. Do not be shy of arranging several kinds of flowers as they will add texture and joy to your wedding decor. Bright colored anemones, ranunculus, orchids, and many other flowers are a must if you want to stay out of the traditional monochromatic wedding flowers. Additionally, large bloom-sized flowers will contrast beautifully with smaller sized bud flowers. Try to keep a distance from choosing single color shades and instead opt for elegant and exotic contrasts.

Hot pinks, bright greens, yellows, oranges and purples are an excellent option for 2013. You can pick one of this vibrant colors and combine different classic wedding flowers. You can also choose only one type of flower and benefit from a wide range of contrasting colors. If your flower wholesaler does not have the color you had in mind available, simply order white flowers and tint them as you desire! Don’t be nervous; wedding flowers will not wilt faster when floral paint is applied if they receive proper care and handling.

Whatever you choose to do for your wedding flowers, keep two factors in mind:

  1. Try to order samplers and create small arrangements so you can see how the flowers actually look together. You do not really want to order bulk flowers and try your ideas out two days before your event. Better ideas might jump in as you arrange your sample flowers!
  2. There is no manual or standard protocol for your wedding flowers. You are the bride; you choose what stays and what goes away. Don’t be afraid of celebrating this full-of-joy day with vibrant and unique colors that will definitely leave an ever-lasting impression on your guests’ hearts.

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