Wednesday, August 05, 2009
During the Wedding Inspirations 2009 event in Philadelphia I got a chance to see Beautiful Blooms' new store. The shop was filled with gorgeous flowers, gift items and a wall of colored vessels to hold Donna's beautiful arrangements.
I asked Donna to email me a few pictures of arrangments she has created using her colored vessels to show my readers that they don't have to use clear glass vessels or silver reverie bowls for their centerpieces.
After you've selected your wedding's color palette you have to decide where in your details these colors will be used. Bridesmaid dresses, invitations, the cake, bouquets and centerpiece flowers are the most common ways to incorporate your palette but here are a few more ideas: linens, cocktail napkins, signature drinks, favors and their packaging, table decor other than flowers, matchbooks, programs, table numbers, seating and place cards and linens. And I'm sure you can think of a few more on your own. The list really could go on and on.
The point of creating a color palette is to help you use color in your details so talk to your florist about some innovative ideas to really make the room pop.
Below are two more floral examples using coloed vessels and one shot of a wall of blue vessels so you can see that they come in a range of sizes and shapes. To get more fabulous flower ideas for your wedding visit the Beautiful Blooms blog and if you're getting hithced in or around Philly, make an appointment to stop by Donna's shop in Liberties Walk.
Photo Credit: Marie Labbancz
Tags: Flowers and Decor