Get fruity. Lively fruit (either fresh seasonal fruit or faux) is an excellent addition to a wedding centerpiece! It is unexpected, and if done well, such a statement. And a bunch of grapes cost less than a bouquet of roses, orchids or calla lilies, is not it? The infusion of green grapes and oranges in this bright red wedding color palette base was creative, surprising, and just great!
To succ. Eco-friendly succulents are durable, inexpensive, organic and beautiful. When included in bridal bouquets and floral centerpieces, succulents add an interesting texture twist. They come in a variety of colors, shapes and sizes, and long, which some DIY juicy appointment to make your wedding a breeze!
Shades for Enchanted Elegance:
A blush-based wedding color palette (file, creams, soft pink and peaches) is romantic and is a dreamy, whimsical atmosphere to breathe at your wedding. Throw in some bright orange and coral accents (fire red calla lilies and orange / coral peonies are beautiful choices) to make your wedding decorations pop. And enter the enchanted, romantic look with lots and lots of candlelight!
Chic chandeliers were sporadically in the interior of the wedding party tent hung, and miniature orange trees were placed in the corners of the tent.
Hammered silver bowls were filled with water and orange slices and some white orchids floating on top. This simple DIY heart was surrounded with clear hurricane vases with water and floating white candles. How easy it would be to pull all of this on your own. And on the cheap tour.
to lounge seating for the cocktail hour has a modern touch and let wedding guests mix and mix until the reception.