Tip #54 – How to be a BRIDECHILLA™ by Off The Beaten Path Weddings – Start thinking about YOUR bouquet recipe and get inspired with some of our personal floral designs!
Last week we introduced some really chill cocktails, and before that we were helping you choose that perfect craft beer to serve at your wedding, and the previous week we were talking about including rosemary in your tablescape… SOOOO I guess you can say we are getting excited for the upcoming season and want to help prepare our readers.
So this week, we are at it again! In the spirit of SPRING, we can’t help but talk blooms. Yes, those pretty little things popping out of the ground lately. We’re loving all the colors growing around us and want to share some with you!
Ready to be inspired? Straight from some real Off The Beaten Path Weddings, here are some of our bouquets from the 2013 season… Save your favorites so you can have your floral designer see what you want!
Or stick with us until the end and see how you can DIY your own Bridal Bouquet… it just might be easier than you think.
Is your favorite bloom something as simple as a coral Tulip? Simplicity is elegance, if you ask us. Take your favorite flower to use strictly in your bouquet… use what inspires you! Fall in love with simplicity…
Remember choosing a bouquet ingredients and colors for your bridesmaids includes using florals that will go with the overall look. That means contrasting the colors in their bouquets with the color of their bridesmaid dresses… make those florals POP!
Or go softer with a classic white bouquet if you’re doing a neutral color palette. You can’t go wrong with this these soft tones…
The choice is yours! Colorful bouquet or classic white bouquet? Choose your bloom.And now for the DIY Bridechilla™… this is for you! It’s time to put those hands to work and create your own wedding bouquet (or simply something pretty to have around the house). Below you will find a bouquet recipe you just might love as much as us!
Recipe for the PERFECT SPRING BOUQUET:
- Seeded eucalyptus
- Garden roses
This vintage peach bouquet is soft, perfect for spring, and also has a statement succulent that has us absolutely in love with it.
Hopefully this floral inspiration has gotten the ideas in your head BLOOMING!
Photo Credits: onelove photography, LILI DURKIN PHOTOGRAPHY, Michelle Kim Photography, Matt Edge Photography, ISA PHOTOGRAPHY // RECIPE BY J.F. FLORAL COUTURE