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Create beauty within your wedding flowers

No love story is the same, and therefore no wedding should be either! As you plan your wedding, you should create it to stand out from the rest, with a unique menu, creative decor and stunning flowers. However, it can be easy to fall into the traditional wedding mold, and revert back to the classics, but know that as long as you put your mind into your planning, you can create an uncommonly beautiful appeal.

One of the most important aspects of your wedding’s décor will be your flowers. Of course you can opt for some beautiful roses, but know that you can create your flowers to stand out from the rest as well. Your wedding flowers should reflect not only your wedding style and aesthetics, but they should also coordinate with your personality and your unique romanticism as a couple too.

Here at I Thee Wed, we strive to help you plan each aspect of your wedding to perfection, which is why we have gathered the top tips to creating wedding flowers that appear gorgeous and truly complement who you are as a couple, so be sure to continue reading for some inspiring ideas:
·        Unusual colors. Thankfully, you do not have to stick to the traditional wedding color combinations, as you could certainly settle on colors that are a little more uncommon and personal to your big day. Look around you and search for color inspiration everywhere, as the world is painted in splendid color schemes to gain inspiration from. Overall, remember that you can create any colors to complement each other beautifully, for a stunning outcome.
·         Be wild. Wild arrangements that reflect nature’s gorgeous power are all the rage in the wedding world right now, as a wild appeal has become very trendy! Forget about all of those perfectly-cut, symmetrical arrangements and settle for centerpieces and bouquets that step out of boundaries in the name of Mother Nature herself. They look so gorgeous, especially for unconventional weddings.
·         Variety. It is important that you do not limit yourself when it comes to your flowers. Why? Because these days, you have more floral options than ever, and you should utilize all of the beauty that they offer. With roses and peonies for those of you who want the classic fairytale wedding and with a myriad of other types of flowers for virtually every type of Bride out there, you can rest assured that you will find something to fit your taste and style. Elegant tulips, lush ranunculi or unique succulents all have a well-deserved place in wedding florals nowadays!

Every aspect of your wedding should be beautiful, from your dress to your flowers, you will certainly want to “wow” your guests! Here at I Thee Wed, weddings are our passion, and planning them to perfection is our goal, so be sure to contact us today to schedule you greater Cincinnati area consultation.

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