Wedding Flowers in Corwall
Look forward to lust-have florals with Wed’s pick of the top floral trends...THE BRIGHT STUFF
Be bold and beautiful with a joyous riot of orange, green, pink and yellow punctuated by shimmering silver – a super bright and totally tropical statement for a modern wedding. Wheal Sara Flowers
01736 797788 www.whealsaraflowers.co.uk GOING FOR GOLD
Embrace the luxe look of gold. As Olympics mania hits British shores, gold is a fitting, not to mention, glorious aesthetic for your wedding blooms. Think lots of cream and white flowers adorned with gold accents and spilling from containers laced with glinting detail.Wedding Flowers in Cornwall
01872 553080 www.weddingflowersincornwall.co.uk OH YOU PRETTY THINGS!
Treat your guests to a delicious palette of blush pink, peach and cream. Arrange your flowers in vintage bottles, lace-edged jam jars, antique glassware and delicate milk jugs for a sweet and chic flourish to your tabletops.Wedding Flowers in Cornwall
01872 553080 www.weddingflowersincornwall.co.uk HELLO SUNSHINE
Fall for the sunny vibe of dazzling yellow. A hot hue for 2012, arrangements bursting with eye-popping yellow blooms are just the ticket for channelling a happy, loved-up vibe for a summer wedding.Phillip Taylor-Corps
07892 488053 www.taylorcorps.com PURPLE REIGNS
Fall for the opulent charms of deepest purple. These statement blooms ooze luxe colour, while a fish bowl filled with shells creates a wonderful spring vibe bursting with the colour, texture and beauty of the natural world.Rafflesia Wedding Flowers
01637 830341 www.rafflesiaweddingflowerscornwall.co.uk BESPOKE BLOOMSLend a pretty and personalised twist to your wedding flowers with these top florist’s tips...
For a chic and oh-so vintage sense of continuity, work lace from your mother or grandmother’s wedding dress into the design of your bouquet.
Incorporate jewels into your flowers, such as vintage bracelets or brooches that have been passed down through generations of your family. Maybe even pin a brooch to the handle of the bouquet as a novel and meaningful twist on your ‘something borrowed’.
Use flowers that mean something to you: for example, a flower your grandmother used to grow. The scent will bring back memories as well as look beautiful on the day.
Have your initials, and those of your groom, threaded into your bouquet. Choose diamanté initials for a glinting and gorgeous look.
For a playful, modern statement, weave buttons and trinkets that reflect your wedding theme or personality into your arrangements
Make like Kate Middleton and choose flowers according to their symbolic meanings, e.g. roses for love, baby’s breath for innocence, sweet pea for pleasure and lily of the valley for happiness.
words Rebecca Matthews
photography Ben Photography
Copyright WED Magazine 2012