Flower Arrangements for a Beach Wedding
By Lora Davis
Beach weddings are romantic and the flowers you choose need to match your wedding venue. You will need flowers for the bridal bouquet, the boutonnieres, bridesmaid bouquets, wedding and reception decorations, etc. They play an important part of any wedding. For a beach wedding, you need flowers that reflect that theme. You should choose flowers that are resilient and can withstand the heat. Some of these flowers can include tropical flowers such as:
• Cymbidium orchids
These are all colorful flowers that will not wilt in the heat and will add color to the beach wedding.
Beach wedding bouquets
For the bride’s bouquet, you should choose something sophisticated with a combination of three or four flowers. You will need for the bridesmaid a floral arrangement that is not as fancy. An eye catching wedding bouquet could consist of a cascading bouquet that is created out of chartreuse flowers, hosta leaves, cymbidium orchids, leucadendron, and gloriosia lilies. To give this cascading bouquet touches of softness add some satin ribbons. For the bridesmaid the ideal bouquet using one flower would look great. For example, the bouquet could be a solid bouquet made of tiny orchids or calla lilies. It should be in the bridal theme colors and tied with a coordinating ribbon. By keeping the bridesmaid bouquet’s simply there is more focus on the bride’s bouquet.
Beach wedding centerpieces
For these, mix flowers with traditional beach items like pebbles, seashell, starfish, or paper boats. You could use a rattan planter and fill it with long stemmed calla lilies and white orchids. You could also use small flowers in a small vase surrounded with pebbles and shells. You could also use candles with scents that remind people of the beach and surround them with shells and pebbles. If you use small centerpieces, you could use one or two small ones or one large one per table.
What many brides do not do is consider the climate where the wedding is being held. Yes, a beach wedding’s weather is going to be hot but depending on the time of the wedding the temperature can vary. If you are having an early morning wedding make sure that the flowers you choose will stay fresh throughout the wedding ceremony and reception. Talk to the florist and ask if they have experience with choosing flowers for beach weddings. If they do not then you should find a florist that does.
Some brides choose a resort package to have the wedding, reception, and honeymoon and in many of the packages, floral arrangements are included. If you do not like the floral arrangement, ask if it can be changed to what you like.
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