Dried florals can be a unique and sustainable alternative to fresh flowers at weddings. Not only do they offer a timeless and rustic charm, but they’re also highly durable, ensuring the arrangements look their best throughout the entire event. Moreover, dried flowers can be sourced and arranged well in advance, reducing last-minute wedding stress. They’re also more eco-friendly, as they don’t require the extensive water and care that fresh flowers do. Thus, choosing dried florals for a wedding can be a creative and environmentally conscious decision.Continue reading “Dried Fall Wedding Flowers: A Beautiful, Budget-Friendly Trend”
In the vibrant season of fall 2023, wedding trends are leaning towards the fresh and unconventional. One striking trend is the use of deep, rich colors paired with muted earth tones, creating a bold yet warm palette perfect for autumn. In terms of decor, rustic elements are making a comeback, with barn venues and vintage furniture gaining popularity. Moreover, sustainability is at the forefront, with couples opting for eco-friendly choices such as locally sourced food, minimal waste policies, and recyclable materials. Additionally, intimate, micro-weddings are becoming a favored option, allowing for a more personalized and meaningful celebration.Continue reading “Stunning Fall Wedding Trends: Colors and Flowers in Season”
We are way into the Fall Wedding Season and this has been a popular time to get married this year. We have a very good wedding season, but this fall is certainly the best one we have had in a long time. The good news is that there is plenty of time to get your Flowers. Fall is always a popular time because of the cooler temperatures and autumn colors that looks great for backgrounds of your wedding photos and wedding inspiration. According to All Women’s Talk, they say, “One of the reasons getting married in the fall is the best is because it gives you something to look forward to all year long. Usually the fall brings gloomy attitudes because it’s colder, school starts, and the days are shorter. With a wedding (and anniversaries down the road) to look forward to, you’ll be anxiously awaiting the fall.”Continue reading “Still Time To Plan Your Fall Wedding Flowers”
The Wedding Season is now upon us and if you still want to be a June Bride, there is still plenty of time. Summer is here and many couples have been in their hibernation mode long enough and are ready to tie the knot. People are beginning to feel more comfortable in public settings and are getting really excited! At Whole Blossoms, we are noticing some new trends and thought it would be a good time to share our own thoughts and observations as well.Continue reading “What Are Some Wedding Trends in Wedding Flowers in 2021?”
The Wedding Season is now upon us and many wedding planners, event planners, florists, and floral designers are preparing for their beautiful Wedding Flowers. We travel around and see many weddings and two recent weddings we observed was a simple wedding with few guests, but they had amazing Centerpieces of White Hydrangea. They looked absolutely amazing and the atmosphere was completely surreal! We were in St Augustine when we saw this beautiful evening wedding as they have tall centerpieces with three or four Hydrangea each.Continue reading “A Recent Experience With Roses and Other Flowers”
Thanksgiving will quickly be upon us and no matter how you wish to celebrate; nothing looks better and more inspiring than Thanksgiving Centerpieces. At Whole Blossoms, we have a special selection of Wholesale Flowers for your consideration under the category of Thanksgiving Flowers.
November is also a great month for Fall Wedding Flowers and Fall Wedding Bouquets. Due to Covid, many couples postponed their spring and summer wedding and many have chosen this time for their Fall Flower Arrangements. Brides, event planners, and even florists have been ordering Burgundy Flowers for their weddings or events.Continue reading “Thanksgiving Flowers and Fall Wedding Flowers”
Well, we finally reached the fall season officially and it is time to get ready for your Fall Flower Arrangements. We are living in some crazy times, but the bottom line is that people are still getting married and have some of the most incredible Wedding Themes coming into the fall season.
This is our final part of our 4 part series on Burgundy Flowers for weddings, or even a special events with a fall theme in mind. Flowers are part of our lives in so many ways, and Burgundy is the perfect color to invite the rich tones of the changing colors and is the perfect complement for so many colors, such as Coral Flowers, White Flowers, Pink Flowers, Cream Flowers, Purple Flowers, and even Red Flowers. We will now finish up with our most popular Burgundy Flowers for weddings.
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 )”
The Fall Wedding Season is officially here and besides weddings, we also have many events such as harvest parties, Halloween parties, and Thanksgiving. The fall season will be leaving us quickly so it’s important to think about what you want and how meaningful fall colors, décor, and floral arrangements are for your special get together. You may also want to consider our Wholesale Greenery as another exciting option to make the ordinary look extraordinary.
Before you consider ideas that seem to be trendy these days, it’s necessary to get your color pallet ready and think about fall colors. Whether you are trying to create a flower arrangement or set up furnishing to make your presentation grand, you might want to consider the emotions involved with each fall color. Considering the color of each fall color will allow you to create your environment with the theme you are trying to convey.Continue reading “Finding the Right Color for Fall Weddings and Special Events”