Floral arrangements at a wedding depend very much on the level of formality taken into consideration for that wedding. In case of a formal wedding, for example, the happy couple along with their wedding planner can choose to place on their guest tables some Victorian bouquets, made of antique roses, which can call to mind time-honored traditions, or impressive wedding centerpieces made of roses, linens and antique-inspired bone china.
In case of a less formal wedding, some wedding garlands formed by Easter lilies can be considered. These flowers can be strung on fishing line and hung from dowels, providing the wedding venue with an amazing touch of wildness. Here is how a lovely backdrop can transform a restaurant into an unforgettable location for a wedding.
But Easter lilies can be also set on guest tables and even on chairs. The second option, which is placing them on chairs, is very good to be considered for the wedding ceremony, that usually takes place in a church. Easter lilies can be tucked one inside the other, to make a surprising tiered silhouette. For an increased effect, they can be combined with white roses, clematis, and campanulas. These flowers will create an amazing floral drapery, a cascade of memorable flavors and shades, rivaling only with the train of the bride's gown.
And how about some bundled wedding bouquets, containing sedum, jasmine, zinnias and ranunculus? Although when we think of ‘bouquet’, we tend to believe that only the bride has the right to use such floral arrangement, the truth is that guests can benefit of bouquets as well, that could be placed on their tables, in some lovely vases.
Also, floral arrangements can be considered by the most important people at a wedding, and they can come in a form of a classic boutonniere. The people that are suitable to wear such boutonniere are: the best man, made of honor, bridesmaids and groomsmen.