The days are getting longer, the weather is getting warmer and gardens across the country are finally coming back to life after the long cold Winter. It’s official, Spring is arriving here at Glitzy Secrets and we couldn’t be happier about it.
We’re huge fans of floral décor here at Glitzy Secrets and we truly believe that it can take your day from simple to show-stopping. One of the best things about Spring is the flowers so it makes sense to use beautiful blooms in abundance throughout your celebrations. Elegant, timeless and utterly beautiful, we’re talking about all white flowers for a Spring wedding and how you can include them in your special day.
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A bridal bouquet bursting with white posies is a beautiful choice for the classic bride. Add a modern touch to your bouquet by tying a long flowing white silk ribbon around the stems. You could even tie a gold or silver brooch to the bouquet with a photo of a loved one in for an extra special touch. Opt for a bouquet brimming with white tulips, pillow-soft roses or Lily of the Valley. You’ll be absolutely spoilt for choice! For a boho vibe, why not wear dainty white flowers in your hair? They’ll look gorgeous with braids, loose waves or a romantic up-do.
Be sure to ask your groom and his groomsmen to wear matching buttonholes so that your aisle style is completely coordinated. Your bridesmaids can carry smaller versions of your bridal bouquets or even wear white wrist corsages.
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There are lots of lovely ways to use white flowers throughout your wedding venue too. Tie white posies to your aisle pews using white ribbon or use them as alternative chair covers during your reception. White wedding flowers make the most divine table centrepieces that you’ll ever see and they work with a variety of themes. Add the wow factor to your wedding tables by filling tall clear vases with a variety of white flowers and greenery. Alternatively, hanging floral chandeliers are a modern way of adding florals to your wedding venue and they can make great use of space, as well as being totally on-trend.. If you want simple wedding table centrepieces, place a single stem in a small clear glass. You could also use these smaller centrepieces to decorate the entrance of your venue, card table or even your cake table!
White wedding cakes are an undeniably elegance choice, particularly if they’re adorned with white blooms. Opt for white roses, gypsophila or even white sugar flowers.
All white flowers are an utterly elegant choice for a Spring wedding, don’t you think?
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