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Top Bridal Bouquet Picks for Your Wedding

Bridal bouquets come in many colours, shapes and sizes.Way back in ancient times, a bride carrying a bouquet of fragrant flowers and spices was a way of ensuring her sweet smell on her wedding day.  In some cultures, carrying a bouquet was a way of warding off evil spirits.  The tradition has carried on to present day where brides continue to carry flowers to varying degrees; not to cover up any unwanted odours like in the past, but to further adorn her look with her favourite flowers as she walks down the aisle to the love of her life. Bridal bouquets come in a very wide assortment of colours, sizes and shapes.  Choosing flowers whether a single stem or a full display is one of the joys a bride-to-be has in preparing for her wedding.

I have a number of weddings to attend this year and I am excited to see the current bridal choices for flowers and bouquets. I guess it’s the gardener and event planner in me that finds it fascinating and inspiring to see what their personal likes are and maybe get inspired for future blogs, events (centrepieces/decor) and even what to plant in my own gardens. While completely a personal choice and preference for each bride, there are certainly bouquet styles that seem to be trending with brides everywhere.

Classic-white-roses-gardenia-bridal-bouquet

White peonies with hint of pink + delicate ferns - CJ Williams Photography

Ryan Ray Photography / Wedding Chicks

Mini mums in mint, roses, gardenia, babies breath and pearls

Soft blush by fionnafloral1

Georgianne Vinicombe at Monday Morning Flower

Tropical Bridal Bouquet

I am loving every one of the bouquets that seem to be catching the eyes of brides today. Whether soft romantic neutrals, tropical stunner or another favourite, the bouquet of your choice will be remembered for years to come as your personal touch harmonizing with your gown as you walked down the aisle.

Have a great day from Eventastic Weddings!

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A Valentine’s Wedding

A V-Day Proposal

Believe it or not, there are an average of 220,000 wedding proposals on Valentine’s Day each year and many couples love the idea of getting married on or close to Valentine’s Day!

It is classically known as the Day of Love. February 14th is the day where people show their feelings of love, affection and friendship so it’s not surprising that couples want their wedding to happen during this time with this aura surrounding their big day.

Red has long been known as the true colour for Valentine’s Day. Venus, the Roman Goddess of Love adored the red rose. The red rose represents strong romantic feelings and red is symbolic of the heart. Often couples getting married in February choose red as their main or accent colour.  Take a look at some of the red items we have found to inspire you if planning a Valentine’s Day wedding.

Bridal designers such as Vera Wang have been aware of this trend and are selling bridal gowns in various hues of red to brides wanting to wow their guests with something other than traditional white.

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Here are some other great ideas of how to add the colour red to your wedding even if only an accent colour.

Red inspiration

1. “Forever Young” nail polish by Essie, 2. “Diorific” lipstick by Dior, 3. Mother of the Bride dress by Wd.co, 4. Red Roses Bouquet, 5. “Catrina” Red satin rose clutch by Franchi, 6. “Delahanty” Pump at ‘Call it Spring’.

Wedding Planner David Tutera decorated a Valentine’s Day Wedding  in silver, red and black ending with a stunning effect for the couple and guests.

davidtuteraRed is a striking colour for a wedding and can be added to various degrees depending on the effect you are after.

To see more great Valentine’s Day Wedding ideas check out our Pinterest board.

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