Are pressed flower tattoos the new wedding floral trend? Marion Matrimony Events talks about how she came up with this gorgeous idea and how it’s a great alternative to cultural appropriation.
Wait, why aren’t wedding bouquets for grooms a thing?! THEY SHOULD BE. Here’s more advice for masc folks who love wedding flowers.
We are swooning over every inch of this purple wedding theme, from the subtle wedding dress to that purple wedding bouquet to the Amazon wedding suit. We don’t see a lot of floral shoulder corsages but after this shoot, we demand more!
We decided to have a very intimate wedding with under 15 guests. We came across endless inspiration for unity ceremonies, but none of them were quite right for us…. until we found the idea of a rose ceremony.
Floral ties are all the rage right now and you and/or your partner might be looking for a way to offbeat-ize the look. Flowers are fun in all kinds of formats, ties included. Plus, ties work on anyone getting married (groom, bride, or otherwise), so don’t let the trend limit what you think you can wear.
Here are a few alternative and offbeat floral ties to try out to get the look you’re going for including mosaic flowers, dark and chic flowers, hand-painted prints, lace florals, skulls, and even banana leaves…
When it comes to floral trends, not a lot changes over time: bouquets are usually lush florals that are timeless and classic for the most part. But there’s no reason you can’t rock something personalized, timeless, and totally YOU at the same time. From dried flowers to ornaments to felted balls to brooches and even doorknobs(!), bouquets can be as diverse as anyone.
Here are a few new trends I ran into that I couldn’t help sharing…