How to select the best wedding floral centerpieces? How to make sure they are in line with your wedding season? We have gathered some tips for you – so read on and find out more.
- Winter. This is a season of opulence and glamor, so feel free to go completely over-the-top with you wedding centerpieces. Rich clusters of flowers, tall candelabra and vases, dripping crystals and candles – you can actually bring them all together in arrangements that are luxuriously gorgeous and unique.
- Spring. With nature coming back to life, spring is a season of joy and high-energy – and your centerpieces should be the same as well. Be playful and creative with your floral arrangements to create a very fresh and optimistic ambiance at your wedding. We suggest garden roses, wild flowers and vibrant colors, so that you complement this season of re-birth and beauty.
- Summer. Also high-energy and full of positivity, summer is a more elegant and toned-down version of spring. The wide range of options gives you a lot of freedom when it comes to the floral centerpieces, but if you want something really unique and trendy, we suggest you settle for mismatched arrangements. Instead of having one larger bouquet on each table, have three smaller arrangements that look great together (e.g. three orchid bouquets, each in a different color).
- Fall. Sultry, mysterious and elegant, fall is a season of stunning warm colors and nostalgic vibes. We suggest you choose centerpieces created with seasonal flowers (such as dahlias, sunflower, gerbera, garden roses or gardenias). Also, add a dash of uniqueness by complementing your centerpieces with seasonal non-floral element (such as berries, fruit or pine cones for a late fall wedding).