Most people picking up flowers in their local supermarket don’t consider the risks or rewards of sustaining a local floral agricultural environment.
Flowers are special all year round but they take on a bit more meaning during the holidays when they’re used to convey emotions that can fall to wayside in the day-to-day of our busy lives. A small gesture that speaks volumes.
There’s an easy and fun way to bring the spirit of the Halloween season without boring house or party guests with less than stellar bouquets of mums and typical carved pumpkins. Rather than searching Pinterest at the eleventh hour, focus on sophisticated arrangements with a touch of sprightly wonder. An easy stroll between glitter covered pumpkins and scarecrows spewing straw, an arrangement doesn’t have be devilish to delight guests.
When you have your heart set on bringing the spirit of the harvest to your hearth, there are traditional pots of mums, pumpkins, and silky sheaths of dried corn. But for those who want their sense of interior design to pop, consider these atypical arrangements in your fall bouquets. No less beautiful, but much more unexpected.
As wedding trends lean closer to more romantic, simplistic, earthy weddings instead of the elaborate, buttoned up affairs of the last decade, certain flowers are still heavily popular with brides, wedding planners, and venues. Typical bouquets highlight lush roses, playful peonies, elegant hydrangea, and bushels of classic, catch call baby’s breath leaving wedding guests with thoughts that the affair was pretty, but hardly memorable.
Weddings are known for their uncapped budgets and the pressure to have a naked cake or an all vegan, all organic menu that is petite, beautiful, and leaves guests hungry. Current “on” trends of vintage floral and breezy décor prove that less is more, even if it took over three years to make your effortless, chic theme come to fruition.