This Arizona wedding is DIY friendly with bright colors and floral elements. There are so many things about this wedding that are deliciously southern. My favorites include the groom’s blue seersucker suit and the bridesmaids Lily Pulitzer-esque dresses! Some of the many Do-It-Yourself elements in this wedding are the heart-shaped programs, the boutinerres and the oversized poms hanging from the chairs. Even the reception can be recreated with mirrored trays and simple flowers. This lovely wedding at the Stillwell House and Garden in Tucson, Arizona was photographed by Elyse Hall Photography and found on our favorite, Style Me Pretty.
As we all know, the cost of flowers at a wedding can prove outrageous. From the ceremony flowers to the reception flowers to the bouquets… it can easily get way out of hand! I have to admit; I am a huge flower gal and love nothing more than whimsical floral arrangements full of peonies, hydrangeas, and roses! But recently, I was a guest at a wedding that had NO flowers at all! Let me tell you…. It was GORGEOUS! And that got me thinking…. What are some flower bouquet alternatives? With the DIY wedding style in full swing, I want to give y’all a few ideas on how to cut the costs of flowers at your wedding. It doesn’t matter if you are planning a winter, spring, summer, or fall wedding…these ideas work for all season weddings! Just look how fab!
From mint juleps, to mint nail polish, to a mint cake- you can cast everything in the sweetest minty-green light at your wedding! It is fresh, sweet and subtle. Using this color in everything will be calming and classic. The underwhelming vibe is an excellent way to tie together your jewelry, and your cake stands. Go crazy with mint this spring!
One of the incredibly beautiful gardens of the world, Butchart Gardens in Victoria, Canada is a wondrous place to see. A premier floral garden, it was established in 1904 and has flourished ever since its opening. Built on over 55 acres of beautiful Canadian landscape, the gardens transcend perfection. Even open for weddings from January 15 – March 31! Imagine walking down an aisle of thriving flowers during your spring wedding! How much more luxurious could it get? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information!
In May 2010, Amelia and Paul tied the knot at the Hickory Street Annex in Dallas! With a color palette of green and orange, the couple’s spring wedding was bright and merry. Amelia added a colorful touch to her wedding outfit with a pair of bright blue Manolo Blahnik pumps with crystals on the toe. They chose Rebecca Lorrine Photography to document their special day and look how beautiful it turned out!