Tips for Dreaming Up Unique Bouts for your Groom

by Oh Lovely Day

You know one wedding detail I put like zero thought into?  My groom's boutonniere!  I totally dropped the ball on it, and although my florist did a great job coming up with something, I really regret not thinking up a unique bout idea.  Here are some tips for dreaming up one for your groom... Incorporate your Wedding Season: DIY a Personalized Bout for your Groom: Use or Create a Family Heirloom: Use a Non-Floral Element (like vintage brooches!) from your Wedding...

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Parisian Chic Meets Modern Sophistication: White French Anemones For Your Wedding Flowers

by Azure

Ahh, anemone flowers… I can’t help but swoon. Anemones, also known as wind flowers, are simply stunning for your bridal bouquet, floral centerpiece, or groom’s boutonniere. There are over 100 different Anemone types, but my absolute favorite by far is... The White French Anemone! How aptly named? Don’t these flowers just ooze Parisian Chic fabulousness? Deliciously sophisticated, featuring white petals and a black-button center, this bloom is enough to make any girl...

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Wedding Flower Friday: Mad Men Inspired Retro Wedding Flowers

by Azure

For the past few years Mad Men's cool retro style has inspired not only fashion, but home accessories and weddings. If you're going for a retro-feel wedding, you won't want to forget the flowers! In honor of the show's season premiere, we present these ideas for your retro-inspired wedding flowers. For a truly authentic feel, you'll want a cascade bouquet like the ones pictured below. This is the sort of bouquet that most brides of the era carried. White is more authentic, but red...

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Wedding Flower Friday: Luxurious and Bold Cockscomb Celosias

by Azure

After featuring the rad tattooed/Superhero wedding yesterday, I was left with one big question mark over my head... What type of flowers made up the bride's stunning bridal bouquet?? Well, I did some digging, tweeting, and surfing, and it turns out that the deep fuchsia flowers that resembled a piece of coral are called Cockscomb (or Bombay) Celosias. Celosias are in season from summer until November, and I just love these for bridal bouquets, groom or groomsmen boutonnieres, and...

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