Magically, flowers transform an occasion. Orchids, lilies, roses, tulips visually distinguish any wedding they attend. Venetian Floral offers a spectacular variety of fresh seasonal flowers only comparable to the beauty of the blushing bride.
Venetian Floral Designers can assist you with creating the perfect bouquet.
Flowers for the Bridal Party
From large bouquets complimenting the bridal arrangement in color and style to a single flower keeping it simple and elegant, many variations for bridal party bouquets have been demonstrated over time. It is thought that carrying flowers or a bouquet add to the overall beauty of the event’s presentation. However, even less known is that bouquets are used as a creative tactic to quell nervous bridesmaids by giving them something to do with their hands.
The Bridesmaids’ and Maid of Honor flowers are generally smaller than the bride’s and coordinate with the bride’s bouquet. Traditionally, the bouquet for the Maid of Honor is slightly larger than the Bridesmaids and usually exhibits a slightly unique theme or color combination to set her apart from the others.
Bridal Party Hairpieces
Floral garlands consisting of sturdy, flexible and heat tolerant flora are recommended as hairpieces and may be accentuated by a small veil cascading along the back.
The focal point of any wedding is the bride and the flowers she chooses to adorn herself with. Every detail of the bouquet says something about her, from her choice of flowers and colors to the style of the bouquet itself. It’s a statement of her personal style and compliments her appearance.
Traditionally, the flower girl wears a delicate wreath of flowers as a hairpiece and carries a basket of rose petals that she scatters along the path of the bride. When ceremony location prohibits this activity, a single rose is handed to guests along the aisle as she walks towards the altar.
In order to preserve a bridal bouquet, the bride should also consider a tossing bouquet. Generally smaller, but very similar, this bouquet will act as a messenger to your single girlfriends informing them that they will be next to wed. A delicate touch of sprigs of fresh ivy included in the tossing bouquet symbolizes friendship and fidelity.
Current Trends in Bridal Bouquets
- Bouquets created of entirely one kind of flower showcasing the flower’s uniqueness.
- Monochromatic color schemes
- Long Stems rather than completely disguised in cloth or hidden from sight
- Unique elements added to a bouquet to represent the bride and groom such as crystals on a wire, silver or gold leaves or berries
- Wildflowers representing nature are suitable for an outdoor ceremony
Mothers and Grandmothers
All mothers and grandmothers should display a corsage pinned to their gowns. It is important to address the preferred style, wrist or pin corsage, prior to the wedding as well as color so the corsage may match their dresses.
Worn on the groom’s left lapel, nearest his heart, boutonnieres are typically a single bloom such as a rosebud. Should the groom choose to wear a rosebud, add a touch of greens or filler being used in the Bride’s bouquet or, simply add an additional rosebud to distinguish him from the groomsmen and attendants.
Ushers and Family Members’ Boutonnieres
Each groomsman displays a boutonniere on his left lapel in similar fashion to the groom. In most cases, ushers and family members who play an important role in the ceremony or in the lives of the bride and groom will also display a boutonniere.
Generally, the boutonniere worn by attendants or family members is a single rosebud.
Flowers may be seasonal, and are subject to availability.
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