4 Tips to Picking the Perfect Floral Palette

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From cascading bouquets to simplistic stems and all the in-betweens, there are seemingly infinite ways to gather florals for a wedding day! Here are a few tips for a wedding flower how-to:

 
1. Style First, choose a florist that can create something representative of your venue. If you’re getting married in a farm house or field, whimsical and foraged finds are fitting. And if you’re getting married at a historic site or manor house, something tightly bound and traditional may better suit your wedding.
 
2. Season Before you get your heart set on a specific flower, be sure to check what’s in season. It’s a challenge to find peonies in October, knowing what’s blooming close to your wedding date will save you floral heartache!
 
3. Color If you’ve created a wedding palette, incorporate those hues into your arrangements. Color in flowers allow us to bring that feel into any photograph, regardless the backdrop! Going for an organic look? Choose lots of greens and garden-inspired color! More of an air of romance? Opt for creamy tones!
 
4. Location Incorporate florals and storytelling textures throughout your venue! Like adding adding fresh peaches to your centerpiece to symbolize the farm you grew up on, or heirloom glassware from great grandma to your table settings.
 
 
Kelley Farm Wedding by Bonney Lake Photographer Something Minted

 
Kelley Farm Wedding Photography by Something Minted
 
Kiana Lodge Wedding Photography, Bridal Bouquet Photographed by Something Minted
 
Leavenworth Fall Wedding by Something Minted Photography
 
Leavenworth Fall Wedding by Something Minted Photography
 
Romantic Fall Farm Wedding Photography by Something Minted
 
Romantic Fall Wedding Photography by Something Minted Photography

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