Lavender Wedding Flowers

Posted in: Wedding Flowers by Postolache Ana-Maria | December 8th 2011 | one comment

One of the most special types of flowers a bride can select for her big day is lavender. Divinely perfumed, unique in texture and simple in appearance, this flower is ideal for classier events and delicate brides. Lavender flowers are very trendy nowadays in weddings especially due to their fabulous perfume and rich coloring. All flowers are trendy for weddings but some of them are considered more voguish in a certain year or season.

Lavenders can be found all year round. You can choose them fresh or dried, depending on the type of wedding or bridal look you’re planning. We are big fans of this flower because it is very unique in its whimsical aspect. It is not like other flowers that feature regular lavish blooms and rich leaves. The contrary, this flower is simple and stiffed. The dried aspect and exotic color can fit perfectly well a destination wedding or an old-fashion affair. There is something vintage about lavenders that can fit a bride inspired by the old style, yes.

Mock Wedding Skit (Source: 1.bp.blogspot.com)

Lavender Wedding Flowers (Source: 1.bp.blogspot.com)

These lovely flowers are popular particularly in wedding bouquets. Many brides of today consider them for their ceremony, but they are still unique distinctive flower choices for weddings. Their fascinating and seductive smell makes them even more attractive selections of weddings. We think that those who decide to use them in their bouquet or décor arrangement will make a fantastic decision. Their powerful fragrance can be dangerous for those who develop allergies in their presence. We suggest you check out with your guests and see whether there are cases of this kind.

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Lavender Wedding Flowers (Source: bestweddingsites.com)

We also recommend you to use lavenders in small doses so that you won’t create a dense atmosphere where you can’t even breathe properly. A perfumed wedding is always more romantic and it always feels more sensual and flattering. But it’s essential to use the right dose of fragrance so you won’t get your guests fainting! Lavenders are great for outdoors celebrations because their strong smell can chase away all flies and insects that want to disturb your wedding.

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Lavender Wedding Flowers (Source: us.123rf.com)

Specialists in field recommend lavender flowers for nature-inspired affairs because they are fitted for any type of season and can also work in keeping away uninvited fly intruders. These divine flowers are associated with many values that are suitable for weddings or the idea of marriage. In a dictionary of flowers, lavenders are viewed as the symbol of purity, romance, fidelity and spirituality.

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Lavender Wedding Flowers (Source: ioffer.com)

The wedding bouquets composed solely of lavender stems – fresh or dried are the most beautiful and eye-catchy. You can use this flower as a filler or accent to another bouquet but it won’t have the same effect. When you add a little bit of sparkling or dazzling accessory to a lavender bouquet the arrangement looks even more seductive, glamorous and fanciful. Tie the bouquet with a silk satin or grosgrain ribbon to give it a more elegant appearance. Use a rope to make it look rustic or more whimsical.

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