Part 3 – Wedding Flowers

Unique touches can often create “something to talk about” –  wine lovers are using wine bottles and decanters as centerpieces. With so many people considering the environment, going green is very popular.  It’s fairly easy to bring the outdoors inside.  There are lots of natural items you can use:  branches, twigs, leaves, pinecones, & even…

Part 2 on Wedding Flowers

Part 2 – Wedding Flowers Many brides are changing from the light pastels and traditional shades and starting to use jewelry, beads and crystals.  The hot gemstone colors seem to be amethyst, turquoise and amber. An alternative to the traditional corsage seems to be nosegays & tussy mussys.   I often take on the responsibility of…

Wedding Flowers

Wow, there are so many great aspects when planning a wedding.  In the next few posts, I’ll spend time talking about the flowers.  Wedding flowers are a great way to add originality to your wedding day; so many brides are daring to design unique creations. If you’ve been reading about the latest trends you’ll find…

Why a wedding band & bridal bouquet?

This is the 2nd part of my Wedding Traditions Blog.   It’s really neat to find out where all these ideas originated from. Wedding Tradition – Wedding Ring  The round/circular shape of a ring symbolizes eternal love and commitment – because it has no beginning or end, and the metal represents strength.    The wedding ring dates back to…