Traditional floral arrangements for weddings usually include bunches of colourful flowers bound together in vases, baskets or pots, but new flower styling trends are breaking the old rules and trying to introduce something new and authentic. Whether you prefer elaborate king proteas, dainty peonies, vibrant tulips, delicate carnations or ethereal hydrangeas, single blooms can transform your wedding venue! And the best part… it doesn’t take too much effort to create breath-taking decorations.
Just imagine a cloud of flowers suspended above your dining tables! You have to admire the dramatic effect and effortless elegance of this visually stunning floral design. It looks equally intriguing if you select hundreds of the same flower or choose different shades to create an ombre effect. You can cover the entire ceiling with them or make a spectacular cascading waterfall of fragrant blooms to accentuate one of the walls of your reception venue.
This floral design could work for your outdoor ceremony too! With such a magical backdrop at the end of the aisle, your guests will be instantly dazzled by your open-air venue. Whether you have a favourite flower and a specific idea in mind, or you just need someone to create a stunning and unique design for your venue that has never been seen before, find a professional florist with artistic talent who will help you turn this floral dream into reality.
Individual blooms can be used to make awe-inspiring table centrepieces as well. This styling technique underpins the natural beauty of every flower. Singled out and presented in a beautiful vessel, it will look even more sophisticated and elegant than in a large bouquet or elaborate arrangement. You won't need as many flowers, but the presentation is absolutely crucial. You will need to find a fabulous assortment of vessels or bottles to showcase your individual blooms. They can be in different sizes if you want to use various types of blooms and create a modern mismatched effect.
We think Weddingstar’s decorating glass bottle sets are ideal for this purpose and they come in a range of shades to match virtually any wedding colour scheme. Larger blooms can be presented in big vases while tiny ones will look amazing in miniature vessels.
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