Outdoor Wedding Flower Centerpieces

Posted in: On the spot, Wedding Flowers by Brideorama | October 27th 2010 | one comment

Brides who are planning a delightful outdoor wedding outside might be interested in these pictures with outdoor wedding flower centerpieces that we have searched for and found for you. The vast majority of couples decide to spend their wedding day in a more comfortable casual location where nature is the only master and the only force that can positively or negatively influence the wedding atmosphere.

Once you have decided to let nature take the wheel everything will be simply magical, vivacious and inspiring. There is no better location for a wedding than a natural environment representing a natural artistic landscape. It doesn’t really matter where you might plan on spending your wedding day – in open field, on a beach, in a botanical garden, in a national exotic park, on an island or on a mountain!

You can even plan the wedding in your backyard and still be able to enjoy a more casual warm atmosphere. When it comes to outdoor weddings everything is about the flowers and the colors that you might decide to use. These two elements will have a deep influence on how elegant, refreshing, cozy, sensual, eye-catchy, comfortable and delightful the wedding is going to be. Your wedding guests will be the ones to experience the ambiance that has been created for the wedding. So you’d better plan it all as vibrant, dynamical, cheerful and creative as possible for the attendants to feel more flattered than they have ever felt when attending a wedding!

The possibilities of obtaining a magical natural wedding are infinite and the chances are high. You just have to find the right path towards the exact type of outdoor wedding flower centerpieces and decor you’ve envisioned for your wedding and start planning the way in which you will make use of colors, flowers and of the rest of the accessories that are meant to beautify the wedding atmosphere and decor. If you are interested in finding out what types of flowers are now in fashion or in trend for modern nature inspired weddings, here are few suggestions that you can take into account: lilies of the valley, lavenders, pansies, hyacinths, sweet peas, mini calla lilies, carnations, lilacs, irises, dahlias, anemones, magnolias, garden roses, delphiniums, eucalyptus leaves, orchids, ranunculus, Billy Balls, peonies, amaryllises, narcissuses or daffodils, gerbera daises, asters, chrysanthemums or spider mums, agaphantuses, geraniums, tuberoses, gardenias, plumerias, amaryllises, hibiscuses, cherry blossoms, zinnias, stephanotises, yarrows or amaranthuses.

As you can see, these types of flowers are rather simple, refined, soft and fragile than dramatic, bold and sophisticated. And these are the main characteristics that the flowers that you might use for your outdoor wedding flower centerpieces should present: simplicity, naturalness, freshness, lightweight textures, vivaciousness and refinement. As for the best colors that are said to be appropriate for outdoor weddings, here are few examples that you could consider: lime green, meadow green or sage green, forest green and lemon yellow or buttercup, bright orange or coral and peach, blush pink, fuchsia, magenta and hot pink, navy blue, aqua blue, deep purple, violet, mauve or lavender, chocolate brown, cream, beige and ivory.1

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