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Guest Post-Making Your Wedding Beautiful With Classic Wedding Flowers

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Here’s our latest Guest Blog Post from Jacqueline who is the proprietor of Flowers Next. She offers some great tips for the ladies (and guys) for their next event. On to the content!

Weddings are an event of joy and happiness for all. Not only does it bring the couple closer but it also makes a bond between two families that are meant to stay connected for years to come. Wedding planners take great advantage of such events. They are the ones who bring in classic designs for a perfect theme and add classic flowers to the whole ambiance. There are many new trends being followed these days but as far as flowers are concerned, classic is just the best. Allow me to introduce you to few of the classic wedding trends today. I’m sure these will help you make a perfect Wedding for yourself and your friends.

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Image courtesy of Glamorous Event Planners.

Tip 1: One classic locale for Weddings is to get married on the beach. Yes, wearing the simplest white dress, no shoes on… holding hands and just saying, “I Do”. Adding white flowers to this type of wedding makes it great. A white bouquet in the Bride’s hand and white petals all over the path makes it dreamy.

Tip 2: Red roses all the way. Red roses are the best choice when it comes to Weddings. Using red as your theme color makes the whole ambiance romantic and full of passion. One of my cousins recently got married and she also used red roses for her wedding. Wearing a crown made of red roses simply transformed her whole look into something royal. Wearing a red chic dress, holding the groom’s hand is picture perfect.

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Image courtesy of Lux Wedding Florist.

Tip 3: Choosing a single color theme, matching your dresses with it and then adding various colored ribbons to it can help make your big day look very elegant and memorable.

Remember, even if the flowers aren’t in their perfect place, you still are on your Wedding day!

Jacqueline Gilchrist is currently running her own flower-based venture with the name of Flowers Next. She can be found on the web at Flowers Next.

 

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