A sunny palette is right at home during springtime in San Francisco. This bride chose a sweet bouquet of green Jasmine and fresh lemon rosemary. Photo by: Meg Smith amp Associates Kristen L on Snippet and Ink via Lover.
I love these for your aisle. Will incorporate some phaelanopsis orchids to match your bouquet. We could add a little color (flowers or ribbons) if you wish. Clusters of white dendrobium orchids tied with satin ribbons adorn the pews of a church.
Tulips ~ they don't need flower food. They've already received all the nourishment they need from their bulbs, but change the water daily and re-cut the stem ends to make them last longer. Also avoid direct sun, heat, and drafts.
seasonal is not only economical but also very chic. With this years spring weddings just around the corner, weve assembled some of the seasons favourites. Although nowadays all types of flowers can usually be found all year round, keeping your arrange.