5 Wedding floral inspirations for 2015- Marsala
Whether your wedding style tends toward the tradition or the trendy, these bridal bouquet options are a feast for the eyes. Scroll through and get inspired!
Move aside blush pink because this dreamy merlot hue is about to spice up your wedding palette. I absolutely love the idea of pairing Pantone’s color of the year, Marsala with neutrals or for a richer palette, try including jewel tones.
I am crazy in love with Marsala and so glad it is the trend for 2015! Romantic with a hint of vintage! I recently used this centerpiece as an inspiration and cant wait to see how this one ends!!!
Natural design shapes: Brides are moving away from the perfectly rounded balls packed with commercial flowers and instead are seeking designs the have a freshly-gathered-from-the-garden-feel for both handheld bouquets and site decor. Large in size, these non-traditional forms may take ‘L’ or ‘V’ shapes and reflect brides’ unique style. To achieve this look, we’ll see more subtly arching branches, graceful gestural elements and free-form cascades of vines and foliage…….bouquets are dreamy!!!
Free flowing and unstructured gives so much more depth and dimension…. adding that sense of rustic and vintage feel.
The use of different flowers create a gorgeous diverse bouquet that can be TOTALLY customized based on flowers YOU love!!! BUT, don’t be afraid to add some drama color for spring and summer weddings.