The Summer Wedding Season is in full swing and it is exciting to see all of the popular Wedding Colors and varieties right now. Many couples are purchasing Pink Wedding Flowers and White Wedding Flowers. Having the colors that inspire you the most is one of the most important aspects of Wedding Bouquets, and Wedding Centerpiece Ideas.Continue reading “The Beauty of White Wedding Flowers With Greenery”
This week we are going to continue last week’s blog and talk about the wedding trends for Wedding Flowers in 2021. We pretty much had the entire wedding season of 2020 put on hold, but this year, many eager couples are ready to tie the knot.
What are you looking for when it comes to Flower Arrangements and Centerpiece Ideas? It really helps to keep up on the popular trends in the wedding industry so you can make your planning stages full of ideas to make your wedding most spectacular.Continue reading “What Are Some Wedding Trends in Wedding Flowers in 2021? Part #2”
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?”
My friends, we live in some challenging times and it’s quite easy to forget some of the things in life that makes us, as humans, beautiful. It was once said, “Flowers are like friends: they bring color to your world.”
Today we need color more than ever; it’s what brings our finest senses to engage in the art of humanity. I would like to share some color in this blog and describe some different occasions for sharing Flowers and sending some color and art to people you love, respect, and admire.Continue reading “Why Flower Arrangements Are Important in Wedding & Events”
Let’s face it, we are all ready to leave 2020 behind us and forget that it ever happened. Hopefully we have learned more about ourselves than we ever have before. One thing that is probably more important now than ever is Flower Arrangements and also Flower Delivery.
There is something magical about Floral Art that transpires the images we see of a Natural Plant into the deepest chambers of our souls. Everything from our Wedding Day to the Flower Delivery that can restore confidence and renewed hope in humanity is much needed in 2021.Continue reading “Buy Flowers & Wedding bouquets Online in 2021”
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 )”
At Whole Blossoms, we have been following the wedding industry pretty closely. During the Corona virus outbreak, things have slowed down, but this is expected to pass soon and weddings and special events will continue as usual. Planning ahead has its great advantages as it allows you room for slight changes and understanding your basic needs for your event.
Wholesale Flowers for weddings is by far, the best advantage when it comes to your floral arrangements. You can save a ton of money as well as having the availability to access over 3,000 varieties. You will also being guaranteed freshness that far exceeds what is available locally to your area.Continue reading “Wedding Themes For 2020”
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”
The wedding season for 2020 is now upon us and it’s time to start planning. If you are about to get married this year and still not really sure what kind of flowers to choose, let us give some of the top flowers that are really in and are going to be popular this year. You want to stand out and you want everything to be perfect, the examples we share with you will make the most excitement possible. Besides understanding the right variety for you, at Whole Blossoms, we allow you to prepare your Wedding Flowers on a very good budget.Continue reading “Popular Wedding Flowers for 2020”
Typically, when you think of an outdoor wedding, you might be thinking in the middle of summer, late spring, and even early fall, but have you considered an outdoor winter wedding? You might be surprised, but a winter wedding outdoors might be something you can consider. Statistics show that 40% of weddings occur between May and August, 34% between September and December, yet 25% are still having weddings between January and April.
You can have a very “cool” experience if you plan it right and have the right Wedding Flowers. First of all, you will want to warn everyone. You can’t imagine the frustration of your family and friends as they show up to your wedding, only to find that it is outside in the cold. You also want to make sure you dress up warm, even with earmuffs and scarves on your bridesmaid, your wedding photos are going to look pretty cool.Continue reading “Considering an Outdoor Winter Wedding?”