Real vs. Faux Wedding Flowers

You may have noticed textured elements of pampas grass and dried floral elements starting to be more relevant than ever in the wedding space. There is actually a reason this style is gaining more traction as of late, however, and that is because of the worldwide flower shortage. We spoke with our friends at Something Borrowed…

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Inspiration for a Pantone 2022 Wedding

Each year, Pantone comes out with the color of the year, and this year it’s “Very Peri,” a relaxing shade of purple. This couldn’t be a better choice for the year 2022 because of the psychology of the color, meaning: wisdom, bravery, and spirituality. I think we can all agree that these virtues are most…

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French Provincial Meets South Florida

Along Florida’s Gold Coast sits Eau Palm Beach Resort & Spa, an award-winning Palm Beach resort that exudes a French Provincial meets sunny South Florida style. This stunning shoot was inspired by the destination’s natural beauty and the modern-day desire for a wedding that is close to home but feels worlds away. With its French-inspired…

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Destination Wedding Flower Tips

Special Simplicity

Weddings are special because they’re unique. Some prefer to say their vows in their local courthouse, while others travel across the globe. It all depends on the happy couple, but what most couples can agree on is that flowers are a central part of the whole event. They’re used in the bouquet, strewn across the…

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Bridal Bouquet Flower Trends

Finding the right vendors can be one of the more stressful aspects of planning a destination wedding. When it comes to finding your dream florist, we have a new resource you should keep in mind! Slowflowers.com is an online directory which helps you find florists, studio designers and flower farmers who are committed to using American-grown flowers. To…

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Bridal Bouquet Flower Trends

Return of the Cascade

Finding the right vendors can be one of the more stressful aspects of planning a destination wedding. When it comes to finding your dream florist, we have a new resource you should keep in mind! Slowflowers.com is an online directory which helps you find florists, studio designers and flower farmers who are committed to using…

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