Welcome to Wedding Wednesday at Winc Buzz! Today we are featuring a beautiful bridal bouquet. I love the mix of white flowers with a touch of color.
06 . 22 . 2011
06 . 10 . 2011
I would like to congratulate Randi Nonni of Silver Toad Floral Design for the incredible job she has done in creating a program to give back. It takes a lot of hard work and perseverance to organize an event like this and Randi has done it with grace.
The Vermont Deserving Couple Wedding Giveaway!
Creator and founder of the event Randi Nonni of Silver Toad Floral Design and the fantastic team of Vermont wedding professionals she has brought together will be celebrating the wedding of Kelly and David on June 12, 2011.
Congratulations to the amazing team of wedding vendors who have come together to provide a beautiful wedding for this deserving couple, Kelly and David.
We wish the bride and groom a lifetime of happiness!
06 . 07 . 2011
Five Tips on Floral Design
Embrace the seasons: Allow the seasons and material to dictate your color palette and decor. If you want a beautiful, vibrant color palette, definitely consider summer. You can fill your centerpieces with a mix of flowers, decadent fruits and vegetables.
Make the most of your color: A monochromatic palette doesn’t have to be boring, add dimension to your wedding bouquet by using several varieties of flowers in the same color palette. To give your floral arrangements more depth, try using the full range of a specific color palette. You can push the tones from very soft to rich to bring a little more drama to your bouquet and centerpieces.
Pretty ribbons: All bridal bouquets and bridesmaids’ flowers benefit from a little extra thought put into the ribbon treatment. Add a personal touch by including a locket, heirloom brooch or handkerchief.
Beautiful containers: Inexpensive blooms massed in gorgeous vessels are always chic. Expensive flowers in a common vase are not. Remember that vases and objects are just as important as the flowers and can really dictate the look and feel of your wedding décor.
The Flowers: Flowers are critical. They make everyone feel good, bring a lovely quality in such a simple and perfect way to a wedding. What is important is that you pinpoint what you want to say, and how to infuse your personality and style into your wedding by your choice of flowers. Vintage or modern, classic or off-beat, you can design the same message with so many different varieties of flowers. Have fun creating your own signature style!
06 . 01 . 2011
The Language of Flowers
The Language of Flowers was developed during the highly conservative period of the Victorian era. The Victorians were strongly restricted by the rules of etiquette when it was considered totally inappropriate to express feelings of love or affection. The Language of Flowers therefore evolved when a message was assigned to specific flower such as the Rose. A lover could then send flowers which conveyed a hidden romantic meaning.
The hidden message of the Birth Flower, the Rose, so favored during the Victorian era varied according to color:
Red – I Love You
White - I am worthy of you
Orange - You are my secret love
White - You are Heavenly
Yellow – I am not worthy of your love
White and Red – We are inseparable
Pink – Please Believe Me