When people think of flowers at a wedding, they often think of white or red roses and traditional settings. The possibilities with flowers and arrangements are endless though, you can do whatever you like, from a minimalist approach to a more elaborate and colorful style. The flowers at your wedding can match your personal style, rather than vice versa. So whether you’re a girl who likes to have all of the colors of the rainbow in her life, or if you prefer delicate forget-me- nots, we have some great ideas for you.
1. The Minimalist bride
If you like to keep flowers small and spread out, and colors simple and pure, then this might be the right flower arrangement for you. This is a very cost-effective solution and very light and breezy, perfect for a hot summer day. The simple transparent jars and white flowers are a refreshing sight and would look lovely on some bare wooden tables.
2. The Quirky Bride
If you like upcycling and recycling, and you would rather have flowers that you can reuse, you could opt for cacti and plants in these upcycled cans! You could even give them away to your guests at the end or keep them as a nice reminder of your special day at home. You can paint the cans funky colors and have lots of different kinds of plants. Who said you have to choose just one type of flower? You could even turn painting the cans into a game for your guests!
3. The Nature-Friendly Bride
Perhaps instead of having flowers specially chosen for your wedding you would rather have flowers as a natural part of the setting. This is a nice idea for weddings set in forests or natural parks where nature provides the décor itself. This is the perfect option for the super environmentally-conscious bride who doesn’t want to disrupt nature at all but be a part of it on her special day.
4. The Rainbow Bride
If you normally like to dress in bright colors and can’t imagine having a white wedding with just 2 or 3 colors, you don’t have to. Sometimes you just want to have all the colors. You don’t have to choose just a few for a color palette, you can have a rainbow-themed wedding! We really love this sunset bouquet.
5. The Sunny Bride
Sometimes all you need is a big, sunny flower. You could opt for a single sunflower to walk down the aisle with or a whole bouquet. Each bridesmaid, if you decide to have them, can carry a single sunflower too! This versatile and sunny flower will add sunshine even on the rainiest of days.
6. The Girly Bride
Do you like pearls and the color pink? A wedding is a perfect occasion to let your girly girl out! This simple but pretty flower arrangement is feminine and elegant, perfect for the classic bride with a twist.