It’s that time of year! It’s time to plan engagement parties, choose how and where to use wedding flowers, brainstorm about wedding decor, and select which stationery items to include in your wedding suite.
There’s so much inspiration on Pinterest, so I thought I’d round up wedding-related posts that pique my interest and might be of help to you. In today’s post we will focus on wedding flowers. In this roundup, we’ll look at bouquets, crowns, hair pieces, boutonnieres, flower girl baskets, and centerpieces.
All of the images below link back to their original Pinterest post. For more information, you can click on each image, and then scroll down to “Read It” or “Try It” on Pinterest. This will lead you directly to the original blog post or tutorial. These six sources offer more than 50 wedding flowers ideas, so let’s get going!
Have fun with your wedding planning!
Wedding Flowers: Bouquets, Hair Pieces, Crowns
The first tutorial below can be found on AfLoral.com and was written by KateSaidYesWeddings. I read through the post, and it was a quick tutorial if you’re short on time. And if you like all of the supplies used, you can also purchase them on the same page as the tutorial.
Please note that I am *not* affiliated with any of these companies or blogs, I’m simply sharing information that might be of help to you.
Next, we have boho chic wedding flower ideas from the36thavenue.com. They create a visual story giving you lots of ideas about designing a bohemian style wedding. You’ll see images of dresses, hairstyles, decorations, wedding cake designs, and wedding flowers – all related to the boho chic theme.
If you plan to wear a flower crown in place of a veil, follow the step-by-step visual tutorial in the last image.
Wedding Flowers: Boutonnieres, Flower Girl Baskets, Centerpieces
If you’re planning a spring wedding, this Bridalore post (first image below) is probably the only one you will want to read about wedding centerpieces. There are enough images on this page to at least help you narrow down which style evokes the wedding experience you want to create for yourself and your guests.
Sometimes the groom and groomsmen get pushed to the bottom of the priority list, but their roles are equally important. In the second image, you’ll find another straight-to-the-point Afloral.com tutorial.
Lastly, we can’t forget about flower girls, either. Stumped on which direction to go? How about 25 flower girl basket ideas to get you started?
I think this is a good start, how about you?
What are your thoughts about all the floral options related to wedding planning? Wedding flowers are beautiful, but how do you determine which ones to use and for what purpose? Share your floral hacks with us in the comments section below.