Beach Wedding Floral Arrangements

Posted in: Wedding Flowers by admin | May 4th 2011 | one comment

For the couples who are happy to be planning a beautiful wedding outside the doors perhaps these beach wedding floral arrangements can make wonderful selections or sources of inspiration. The beach venues are by far the most common ones when it comes to outdoor wedding receptions, although there are many other wilder and more eccentric locations that are trendy today especially among modern brides and grooms, such as deserts, mountain tops, woods, rainforests and jungles. But the beach, island or coast locations are also unique, exuberant and exotic places that can fit the expectations of the more adventurous brides and grooms who are planning a more romantic and eccentric type of wedding escapade.

We have many articles written on beach wedding centerpieces and bouquets that you should check out on our website in order to examine different designs and arrangements that you can make your pick or get inspired from. When it comes to beach weddings, the colors are usually the elements that have the greatest power and influence on the way the décor arrangements are going to look. Although the bold and dynamic color palettes are the most adequate ones, the pastel soft nuances are also becoming popular for these types of receptions today.

Beach Wedding Floral Arrangements

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However, we recommend the vibrant colors or themes for the casual and cheerful beach weddings, and the neutral nuances for the formal receptions planned in a more elegant way. Contrary to what many of you might say, the beach locations can make great venues for dramatic and high class weddings. It all depends on the colors, flower, recipients and accessories you’re choosing for the table and décor arrangements. You are free to plan the beach wedding in your own personal way, according to your own vision of the perfect wedding.

Beach Wedding Floral Arrangements

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Anyway, the rigid and strict elegant formalities are rarer cases among beach weddings. But now that the pastel color palettes have become so popular for outdoors receptions, we should easily accept that a beach wedding can also be planned in a more refined, classy and dainty way. Among the most popular types of flowers and herbals that are nowadays incorporated in beach wedding floral arrangements we mention the lovely orchids, the sweet peas, the lotuses and orchids. If you’re planning a more simplistic and natural décor you can go with Billy Balls, narcissuses, lilacs, cherry blossoms and anemones.

Beach Wedding Floral Arrangements

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White gardenias, ranunculuses, peonies, tulips, magnolias and hibiscuses are other great examples of fresh flowers that can work for your in beach wedding floral arrangements. The accessories and decorative items that you’re using are also essential for making the arrangements look even more beach inspired or exotic. Floating candles, seashells, pearls and beads, corals, umbrellas and brooches are only a few examples of decorations that can make the tables look more glamorous and thematic. You can also incorporate a few palm leaves, branches and other tropical herbals that can make the beach wedding floral arrangements look more vivid, realistic and green. It all depends on the theme you’ve chosen for the reception.1

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