Did you ever think about incorporating your bridesmaid gifts into centerpiece flower bouquets? Did you ever think about incorporating jewelry into your wedding flowers? Have you ever thought about adding jewelry in vases and candle holders adding richness and sparkle to tables-capes? Have you ever thought about picking roses and other flowers for your centerpiecs right from your landscapes?
Many brides select beautiful jewelry pieces as gifts for bridesmaids. Present these beautiful gifts in a unique manner at the wedding rehearsal dinners. Select vases reflecting your wedding and pick roses and flowers from your own landscape.
If your wedding will occur in the month of May, many flower choices are available for you. Roses are in abundance and flower color is unlimited. Sabika jewelry is utilized because of the crytals and will twinkle by candlelight on tables.
Additional crystal jewelry is place directly into vases for additional sparkle.
The flowers and jewelry would compliment bridesmaid dresses of ice blue, royal blue or springtime green. Flower included in this bouquet are: white rose campion, snow in summer, lavender, dusty miller and daisy.
For a more natural or bohemian wedding, try neutrals and cremes.
Creme colored seashells and oakleaf hydrangea flowers were placed into the vase. A Sabika necklace cascades along the glass.
These neutral color crystals and beads would harmonize beautifully with bridesmaid dresses of creme, brown, taupe or amber.
Another affordable idea to add sparkle within the vase would be to add glass beads, broken glass or marbles.
Crystal necklaces and bracelets can be used to accompany flowers or even candle holders. A floating candle illuminates the jewelry inside and outside or the vase.
Wedding flowers and centerpieces for your wedding or rehearsal dinner do not have to break the bank. Use your landscape flowers and bridesmaid gifts to adorn your tables, while creating something completely unique for your special day. Click if you are interested.
Congradulations on your engagement and happy planting!
Diana Gardner-Williams www.dianadigsdirt.com
Divine Weddings and Beyond™
Landscape Design and Installation