Posted January 14, 2017 06:00am
Most people prefer their chosen colour scheme to transcend through every detail - their bouquet, bridal train, groomsmen outfits, wedding invitations and event décor.
Posted January 11, 2017 07:01am
When it comes to the décor of your big day, few things affect the overall look more than your floral choices, whether your entire bridal party is donning flower crowns, or you're giving petals out for guests to toss. And though you can wing a lot of things (your father-daughter dance,etc), your wedding flowers shouldn't be one of them. That's where floral samples come in — they can help you pinpoint what you want to tweak and what you're gaga over. Keep reading for the rundown on how to manage this crucial step.
Types of Samples
Posted August 2, 2016 02:39pm
Finding their ‘something blue’ can be a tricky decision for brides when they start to plan the details of their dream day. Popular choices include blue jewellery, hair accessories and shoes.
Posted July 24, 2016 06:00am
A wedding theme showcases what you really like in your invitations, decor, attire, cake and dress code. It makes everything cohesive.
Posted June 23, 2016 06:00am
We have a floral feast for you today. Like everything else on your wedding day, your bouquet has to reflect your tastes and complement your look.
Posted June 3, 2016 06:00am
Step out of the norm and do something different! Step aside, red and mint green and make way for a Classic blue and tangerine wedding theme.
Posted April 24, 2016 06:30am
Blush and Ivory just screams romantic elegance, and we love it! Anything other than a white or ivory wedding dress used to be considered nontraditional, but not these days.
Posted December 2, 2015 10:00am
Bright, beautiful, and all kinds of festive. Say hello to peachy echo, it's fun, so fabulous and absolutely eye catching. This colour works effortlessly for Spring and Summer weddings.
Posted November 18, 2015 10:00am
Green Flash exudes good energy, it's also vibrant, fun and very fresh. It can be paired with very soft blush or other earthy neutrals.
Posted November 13, 2015 11:45am
Midnight blue is a classic colour, it is perfect for any wedding, formal or casual but it works better for formal events.