Sunday, 23 October 2011

Wedding Flower Arrangements

When preparing to decorate your wedding ceremony and reception, flowers become an important part of the process, as various blooms can create just the right atmosphere. Usually, flowers are chosen to follow a specific color scheme that the bride and groom have agreed upon, while some choose to match the dress of the bride. Wedding flowers are also chosen regarding the meaning associated with the blooms, including everlasting love, purity, or good luck.
Ceremony flowers are used to personalize the site of matrimony; decorate the hair of brides; create the bouquets for the bride and her bridesmaids; and establish a setting at the reception. Selected flowers are usually used to embellish the altar and/or podium and often follow newly married couples to the site of the reception after the ceremony. Below you will find some of the ways wedding flowers are utilized:
Flower arrangements are often placed on both sides of the altar, where bride and groom exchange their vows. The chosen blooms are usually larger or presented as an attractive spread, as these arrangements need to appear large enough to become visible from afar.
Many couples decorate the pews of a church with colorful ribbons and flowers. Sometimes, this becomes a clever and inviting way to mark reserved seats for immediate family and special guests.

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