It’s Magazine Monday! And we’re sharing one of our favorite floral trends from our glossy pages.
Here’s a floral trend to befriend: Cascading Bouquets
Cascading bouquets photograph beautifully because they look gorgeous from all angles. What’s more, they can have several different aesthetics depending on how they’re held.
Heidi Vassel, co-founder of Over the Top Events, created this cascading bouquet with peonies, ranunculus, garden roses, astilbe, eucalyptus and jasmine vine.
“I love using jasmine vine because it falls the way it would grow in nature,” Heidi says. “It looks as if it were plucked fresh from an English garden.”
Reach For Ribbon “I always encourage my brides to add ribbon to their flowers,” Heidi says. “It elevates the bouquet to give it a custom look and a soft and romantic vibe. It can tie the whole wedding party together to enhance the colors of the bridesmaid dresses or the ties of the groom and groomsmen.”
Get a Bang For Your Buds “If you have room to spare in your floral budget, the best place to use it is in your centerpieces. Your guests will spend quite a bit of time at the tables looking at them. Try mixing up the sizes and shapes. Another idea is to do something that can be used for two purposes, like embellished garlands down the aisle that can later be used as a runner at the head table.”
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Floral Over the Top Events (a #UVBvendor!)
Photography McKenzie Deakins (a #UVBvendor!)
Hair Kylee Pickering (a #UVBvendor!)
Makeup Kelly Woodward (a #UVBvendor!)
Gown Harlow Brides (a #UVBvendor!)
Model Josilyn Vassau