Trying to decide what flowers to use in your bouquets and centerpieces? Why not let the seasons guide you?
In spring, with the long cold darkness of winter fading, spring brings with it the desire for a variety of colors. Use bright splashes of eye-popping color in your bouquets and other floral arrangements.
If bright colors aren’t your thing, and you really love pastels, go for it. Pastels are quite lovely and still very popular. A new twist on using pastels is to add touches of a contrasting color instead of colors that are complimentary. Introducing a contrasting color is interesting and visually appealing.
Flowers available in the spring: tulips, grape hyacinths, peonies, sweet peas, daffodils.
Flowers available year round: baby’s breath, carnations, orchids, roses, stephanotis, gardenias.
Hearts, Joy, Love!
Looking for fun ideas to make your wedding plans unique? contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 937-235-2586.