Weddings are expensive, especially when you have many guest tables. Centerpieces will add on an enormous sum in your flower bill. Here are 10 simple, beautiful and inexpensive options for your centerpieces. 3 simple white mini calla lilies in a…
Succulents are very popular these days, and grooms definitely prefer these over regular flowers. This makes succulent boutonniere perfect for the grooms!
This is a semi cascading bouquet with a natural organic look. The cascading effect was achieved with the different greenery. The marsala cymbidiums, roses and carnations are greatly enhanced with the greyish succulents and eucalyptus.
This is a tropical bouquet with a unique rustic organic look. There is this king protea with air plant and succulents. They are also accompanied by baby roses, scabiosa and other fillers, attached together with a twine.
The pink proteas and succulents give this centerpiece a nice tropical look. The wooden box and the greenery also gives this an organic feel.
This soft yellow bouquet has this dreamy look. It is made of soft yellow roses, yellow craspedia balls, white dahlias and greyish succulents and dusty millers.
Blue flowers are so rare, but this bouquet is composed of all these natural blue flowers, scabiosas, delphiniums, hydrangeas, tuberose and tweedia. They are complemented with some white roses, pieris, succulents and eucalyptus.
Rustic is so trendy now. This purple rustic bouquet is so well balanced, it has scabiosas, sweet peas, fritillaria, ferns, dusty millers and Solomon’s seals.
I love this rustic and romantic peach and grey bouquet. It is made of peach ranunculus and anemones with different greyish greenery and feather.
You get to admit this wedding bouquet is FULL OF COLORS! However, they match so well together. This is definitely for a bride full of colors too.