Wedding venue flowers are the perfect way to decorate your space.
When choosing your venue, not only are you looking for all of the wonderful elements it has to offer, but also the beauty that it will provide for your big day. However, just about any venue can be enhanced with the use of properly placed and planned blooms.
Hosting an outdoor wedding is such a lovely option, especially as the weather gets warmer, but outdoor wedding flowers will accentuate it! Imagine your guests waiting in their seats for your ceremony to start. A cool breeze sweeps through your ceremony, and with it, a fresh, natural, floral smell accompanies it. Not only does your ceremony hold a beautiful aroma, but your guests are treated to a lovely appearance.
Planning your big day is a fun opportunity to make your dream wedding come true, and if you can save money on wedding flowers, it will certainly allow this to happen. Since weddings today are almost always planned according to a budget, you will want to save as much money as possible within aspects of your big day. Keeping record of your financial situation will allow you to begin your marriage without any hassles.
Each flower has its own beautiful elements that make it creative and stunning, but of course you will want to have unique wedding flowers for your special day. From choosing a one-of-a-kind bloom to developing a display that will “wow” your guests, you can take your flowers to the next level!
As a bride or groom to-be, you may be looking for the newest and hottest trends to incorporate into your own big day, such as the Pantone color of the year. After all, the newest trends offer unique elements that weddings in the past years just didn’t have, from colors to styles. Your wedding colors are crucial to planning a cohesive wedding, and surely, you will want to pick just the right scheme.
Falling in love is such a natural thing. First date, first kiss, and the first moment you realize you are truly in love with your partner, these are the moments that make you want to spend the rest of your life together. What better way to celebrate your love than surrounding yourselves with the most natural and beautiful elements, the mountains! Looking for floral ideas for Rocky Mountain weddings?
Planning your wedding is truly is big ordeal, as you will want it to represent everything that you love. Falling in love, becoming engaged and planning your wedding are wonderful experiences that you get to share with your other half. When your wedding day arrives, you can guarantee that you will be making memories that will last a lifetime. Here at Amore Fiori Flowers & Gifts, we recently had the honor of creating the floral décor for a stunning farm house wedding that took place at Crooked Willow Farm in Larkspur, Colorado.
Spring Wedding flowers by Amore Fiori Flowers
As we wrap up wedding season for 2014, I started to look back at how it started! We had several early spring weddings this year and how refreshing. Couples were choosing soft pastel color palettes and delicate flower varieties. Andrea and John’s beautiful wedding at the Grant Humphreys Mansion in April was among one of our favorites.
The classic look and style of this couples’ wedding flowers created a cohesive look with all the rest of their details and plans. The mansion itself is totally classic with a nostalgic feel. What a wonderful location for a wedding in central Denver. Andrea chose soft peaches, blush, coral, butter yellow and ivory for her florals- using tulips, roses, hydrangea, dahlias and a touch of babies breath.
Andrea and her lovely bridesmaids in soft Tiffany blue
Her bridal gown was ivory where as the bridesmaids wore a soft tiffany blue. This picture looks like the mansion was built just for them.
Beautiful mercury glass compote dish with lush florals
Pretty mercury glass compote dishes were the perfect vessel to design these classic style centerpieces. Along with the hydrangea and roses, the seeded eucalyptus, hanging amaranthus and dusty miller added a bit of texture and interest to each piece.
Gorgeous bridal bouquet in ivory, peach, coral and butter yellow
If you are planning a spring wedding, you have wonderful options for florals that are in season. Reach out to your local florist, like Amore Fiori Flowers to see which beauties are available to create your own unique wedding look!
Thank you for the professional photos – http://www.johnpaynestudios.com/
Summer is approaching and love is in the air. This season is one of the most popular times of year to have a wedding. Each year, weddings change. There are certain wedding trends that come up every year that are unique from the years before it. In 2013, the summer wedding trends are just as exceptional. To help you come up with the wedding of your dreams, here are the latest wedding trends of this year.
It’s not all about soft colors for this summer. Brides want bright, hot colors. They are choosing hot pinks, greens, and blues. The bridesmaid dresses are shocking in color, and the bouquets that will go with them will be just as provocative.
Soft, Relaxing Music
While many people think of the traditional wedding music during the ceremony and reception, brides are starting to look towards other types. This summer you’ll hear wedding music that is much more laid back. Think of the music you’d hear during a cocktail hour at a party.
Brides are choosing new, interesting themes for their weddings this summer. They may choose a garden, carnival, or mountain theme. While some brides will only use a few decorations, others will use as many as they can to bring out the theme they have chosen as much as possible. The new themes are also making a landfall in Denver. Since many people love to ski in the state, they are choosing the mountain theme. Some love camping, so they are bringing some camping aspects into their wedding. It’s your wedding, so you can do whatever you want to do with it.
Flowers have always been the popular choice for centerpieces, but brides are adding something more to them with fruit. Some are throwing in some oranges, while others are bringing in the tropical theme by adding in pineapples.
What Will You Do?
Now that you know what brides are doing this summer for their wedding, what will you do? You have so many options when it comes to a wedding in the summer that you can create anything you can think of. If you need help, just think about what you and your fiancé love about life. Take aspects of the things you both love and bring them together into your wedding.
Now that we have pretty much wrapped up wedding season for 2012, I want to take a moment to introduce Katie. Although all of the staff at Amore Fiori play a part in the weddings we create, Katie was the leader this season and designed beautiful weddings from rustic vintage to crystal elegance.
Here is Katie in her own words:
“Growing up in Denver I always knew I would never have a typical office job. I can’t remember exactly how old I was when I began my love of flowers. I do remember the first time I saw the lovely Audrey Hepburn in her classic role as Eliza Dolittle in the film “My Fair Lady”, I wanted to emulate her and become a lady in a flower shop…..so I did. I pursued my dream.
I have shared my experience and passion for floral design with the people of Denver for more than ten years. The three things in life that bring me the most joy are flowers, music and dogs! If they are in the same place at the same time you can bet this girl will be beaming from ear to ear.
I really don’t predict my life changing directions away from the floral industry. I work very hard to always stay current on new trends and techniques as to create unique and spectacular designs for our clients.”
Here are a few of Katie’s designs from last season!
Texture and attention to the details set her designs apart!
And in our client’s words:
“I wanted to make my bouquets a surprise and I was breath taken when they arrived! It was exactly what I wanted and it made the decor and wedding party whole. Thank you so much Amore Fiori and Katie C for the wonderful flowers and mostly for making the decor choices easy and perfect for my wedding day.” Bride 7/21/12