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Floral compositions for marriage
The floral compositions for the wedding are a very important ornamental element, because they create a perfect frame for the most beautiful day of the spouses, with style and color.
Before choosing floral arrangements for the church, several factors must be considered. If for the reception one can in a sense indulge oneself, in the church one must still follow the rules. You need to ask the pastor where the flowers can be placed and what colors can be used. It is usually preferred to follow a single compositional style between church and reception, but if this is not possible it is better to adapt to the church and choose flowers in harmony with the architecture of the church. This will create harmony and the final result will be pleasing to the eye. In an ancient church one should always maintain a simple and sober style, focusing on a few elements that attract attention. For example, if there is a long nave, white roses or soft shades can be placed, woven with ribbons and veils along the banks, creating a single corridor of flowers. To break up the monotony of color, you can insert green elements, such as fern leaves or cascading ivy. If you cannot use the nave of the church, you can use individual compositions on the sides of the doors and near the altar. In a modern church, for example, it is possible to insert sphere compositions made with calla lilies, hydrangeas, lilies or even simple daisies. If space allows it, they can be placed on the ground or on small pedestals covered with satin or veil, otherwise let down from the ceiling. Where possible, flowers can also be placed on the altar, but it is better to choose small-sized compositions that create harmony without being excessive.
Ideas for the reception
The floral arrangements of the reception usually have different shapes depending on the place where they are to be placed, with the common denominator of the colors and style chosen. Compared to the church there are no particular restrictions, but we must try to follow a single style and rely on one or at most two colors, which are well matched to each other. On the tables must be placed not very large centerpieces, chosen according to the size of the table, avoiding that the guests cannot look at each other. You can choose compositions made only of flowers or enriched with other elements such as twisted wooden twigs, light spots and pearls. At the entrance there are enough large compositions to focus attention on the entrance, better if on the ground or on pedestals of equal size. If space allows it and you can also use a terrace or a room where you can dance, you can put medium-sized compositions, perhaps leaning against the walls or above the railing. When the spaces are very large the ideal is to have quite long compositions, which fall in cascade. Based on the colors of the flowers, the elements that complete the table and the salon should also be chosen. A lighter shade of the color of the chosen flower, for example, creates a very pleasant optical effect. You can also create small placeholder compositions, so as to give the guest a small floral tribute at the end of the ceremony.
Of all the wedding compositions, the bride's bouquet is certainly the most important decorative element, which usually tends to be underestimated to make room for others. The composition must be made following the style and tastes of the bride and match perfectly with the dress. Make sure that the flowers are treated in such a way that they do not dirty the dress and last as long as possible, so they should be delivered a few hours before the ceremony begins. Those who love the sophisticated style can opt for a composition of colored orchids, enriched with points of light and veils, while roses, tulips and buttercups are perfect for romantic brides. The choice of shape can range a lot, in addition to the classic round bouquet you can choose an asymmetrical composition or a bundle, the important thing is that it is light and easy to hold.
Floral arrangements for marriage: Suggestions
Floral arrangements are a very expensive item in the wedding budget. To amortize costs, where possible, you should use seasonal flowers or use DIY. If you have a good manual, you can create pretty centerpieces for the reception alone or decorate the entrance to the church. If all this is not possible, you could decide to use flowers to be moved from the church to the reception, so as not to waste them, leaving only the altar ones as a rule. For the choice of the compositions one could opt for different flowers of the usual roses, such as daisies, lilies of the valley and peonies, paying attention to check whether it is season flowers or they must be found elsewhere and kept in cold storage. Taking into account the seasonality of the flowers, the costs can be greatly reduced. We must also pay attention to the other elements of the decorations, the parts in green leaf are usually less expensive than those made with beads or braided branches. Everything also depends on the processing times and quantities, it is better to focus on a few well-made elements and not on many, but poor on flowers.