2015 has been a big year for the growing rustic-chic trend. This laid back style is perfectly suited for wildflower wedding florals. This includes bouquets, table runners, as well as the ceremony and reception pieces. It is fairly easy to create a number of different looks with wildflowers that will fit any venue- whether your big day will take place in a barn or a banquet hall.
One of the benefits of using wildflowers is the quantity of choices you have. Colors, shapes, and sizes – the combinations are extremely versatile and able to reflect appropriate seasonality. This beautiful bouquet highlights the less-structured feel an arrangement of wildflowers can evoke while still highlighting beautiful color and texture
Wild daisies also make an excellent addition to a wildflower design. This may include the natural white color of the daisy- as it is easy to pair with other colored florals, or you can have the flowers dyed to the color scheme you prefer. This is an altar we designed for a beach ceremony. The simplicity of the branches as the main support with the smattering of bright pops of colored daisies and other flowers brought the congregation’s attention front and center.
For those readers who are planning on being wed in the winter, or need a natural inspiration for a winter arrangement, let’s discuss using pinecones. Pinecones are extremely versatile, and can be altered or used as is with leaves, baby’s breath, and other flowers in a design. They can also be paired with cranberries, apples, or other fruits to bring a different feel to the arrangement.
There are countless ways to utilize wildflowers as the central floral component in your floral decor. From season to theme – allowing a little out-of-the-box thinking with the catalog of nature’s wilder florals will have your guests talking long after the thank-you cards have been sent.