Special to OneWed by Amy C. for FiftyFlowers.com, photos by Melissa Jill
Create your own Blue Heaven with all-white wedding flowers
floating like clouds beneath a midnight blue sky. White is the traditional color of the bride’s wedding dress
, but why stop there when there are a myriad of white flowers
to choose from. Created by tic-tock Couture Florals
, this breath-taking scene is visually stunning, modernly chic and undeniably blue. Let’s take a closer look.
Idea #1: White is not just for the Bride!
Seasonal white flowers of different shapes and sizes displayed in various vessels will create an eclectic table setting. A fresh and whimsical white flower, the Anemone
brings nature indoors with it’s bright bloom and bold black center, putting your wedding guests
in a heavenly mood at your celebration.
Idea #2: Crystal White Mini Calla Lillies
A trumpet-shaped bloom atop a long, smooth stem, these White Mini Calla Lillies
symbolize 'magnificent beauty' and make quite an impact when accented by blue glass votive candles.
Idea #3: Modern Elegance Redefined
Floral Wreaths will draw folks to this secluded area to relax & socialize. Take the 'something new, something blue' theme even further with daybed and pillow accents. Guests are sure to feel like as if they were in heaven!
Idea #4: A Rose is not a Rose is not a Rose...
To the layperson, a rose is definable by its color, but don’t settle for any ‘ole rose. A simple white rose becomes an extraordinary one when you choose a couture variety such as the Polar Star White Rose
with an above average petal count for that special touch.
Idea #5: Something Borrowed... (and Blue!)
Why not take tradition and give it a modern wedding
twist? Does your mother, aunt, grandma or best friend’s sister collect antique vases? Use your imagination and your network of family and friends to create a new and sentimental tradition. Use a well known flower with a twist such as the Giant Pure White Hydrangea
. Your guests will recognize it but feel intrigued because this variety is just so beyond heavenly.