How to Pull Off a Garden Wedding

August 24, 2015

Garden weddings are truly beautiful and unforgettable. However, like all other types of weddings, they require a lot of attention to detail throughout the planning process. How to pull off a garden wedding? We have gathered some of the most important tips of advice – so read on if you want to find out more.

 

 

  • Flowers are really important. Make sure you have lots of flowers and make sure you think beyond the usual centrepieces. Draped flowers, flower curtains, beautiful garlands made with flowers – have as many of them as possible. Also, remember that these arrangements should be varied, sweet and feminine because this will add that “magic” touch to the entire garden wedding.

  • Bring blooming touches into everything else too – including the invitations and the wedding stationery. Match your flowery garden décor to an equally flowery design for your wedding stationery and everything will look beautifully pulled together and graceful.

  • Invest in a stunning cake. Make your wedding cake the absolute “centrepiece” of your wedding décor by choosing a design that’s truly unique and beautiful. There’s a huge variety of options available out there, but if you want your cake to match your garden wedding theme, make sure it’s decorated with delicate flowers. And here’s an extra-tip: if you want your cake to be really unique, go for a naked one and decorate it with real flowers – it will look stunning!

  • Complement your entire garden wedding décor with metallic touches of gold and bronze. This will bring a bit of balance and classy elegance to the way your wedding looks and it will make it truly stylish.

Bella Rose Estate is a wedding venue that’s more than suitable for unforgettable garden weddings. So, if you want your wedding to take place in sunny Arizona, come visit us and book us for the Big Day! It will be absolutely enchanting! 

 

Photo source: flickr.com/ PrincessAshley

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