Flowers will always play a hugely important role in every wedding, regardless of how large or small it may be. Thus, if you are planning your own Big Day and if you want everything to look picture-perfect, you will be more than interested in choosing the most beautiful flowers for your décor and bouquet.
How do you do that? What are the hottest wedding flower trends for 2015? We have gathered 5 suggestions to inspire you – so read on if you want to find out more.
Luxury and opulence. Big flower arrangements made with rich flowers are very popular this year – and they will most likely continue to be so next year as well. If you want your wedding to be truly glamorous, go for full flowers that complement your décor’s elegance. Hydrangeas, hyacinths and orchids are a fabulous choice!
Wild flowers. Another trend that grew very popular in 2015, wild flowers are beautiful, natural and more than ideal for a wedding inspired by the countryside. Garden roses, tulips, sweet peas and other “wild” flowers can look truly elegant when they are brought together in a beautiful way.
White and green. This is a truly classy choice – the kind of combination that will never go out of fashion when it comes to weddings. Your favorite white flowers and a bit of greenery as accents will look stunning, so you should definitely consider the option.
Berries and fruits. Popular with winter weddings, berries and fruits are really unique choice and they can definitely make your wedding more special too. What’s more, you can even have a bouquet made entirely with non-floral elements – and it will look really wonderful for sure!
Flower crowns. Boho-chic and hippy looks are absolutely gorgeous, especially when they are brought together with elegant elements. So if you want to look very fairy tale-like, this is a great choice!
Bella Rose Estate is one of the most elegant wedding venues in Arizona – so if you want to have your wedding here, and if you want it to be unforgettable, make sure to contact us. Come visit our venue and see for yourself how stunning it is!
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