A wedding is such a romantic, life changing event, and including the Pantone Color of the Year, Greenery, can create a unique wedding experience.
As you begin planning your big day, you are likely to head off in search of inspiration for your decor. As you embrace the world of Instagram, Pinterest, among many more wonderful social media sites, you are likely going to encounter many different wedding themes.
However, if you want to create your wedding day to be fresh and creative, you can incorporate the Pantone color of the year, Greenery, into your big day! After all, a wedding with your true love is a one-time occurrence. Why not make it memorable?
Here at Texas Blooms & Gifts, we believe that every couple deserves their own, unique wedding. That’s why we have put together a few ways you can incorporate the Pantone color of the year into your own wedding flowers. Do you need exclusive inspiration for your wedding day? The be sure to keep reading to discover more:
- Host a garden ceremony. When you imagine greenery, what do you see? Do you see a charming garden? Perhaps lush ivy, crawling its way up the side of a stone building? These are whimsical elements that will help you create a magical wedding ceremony. Hosting a garden ceremony, not only creates a magical setting, but it also takes care of most of your décor. After all, you won’t need to add much more décor to an already visually striking garden. A garden ceremony provides you with a completely natural setting, perfect for your greenery wedding.
- Go green with your bouquet. Greenery doesn’t need to stop at your wedding décor. Your bridal bouquet is going to catch everyone’s eyes, why not incorporate your greenery theme into it as well? For example, creating a darling posy bouquet, featuring fresh bay leaves and white astrantia, will give you a clean and simple bouquet that also smells good. Forgo the vibrant blooms and make a bold statement with a bouquet comprised of greenery.
- Get the groom to join in on the green. The fun doesn’t stop with the bridal bouquet. You can bring your groom into the greenery trend as well. You will need a boutonniere for your groom. This is the perfect opportunity to incorporate greenery into your partner’s wedding attire. Bring the greenery from your big day to your groom’s chest with a greenery boutonniere, as it will certainly pop against his tux.
Your wedding can be a lush display of nature when you incorporate the Pantone color of the year into your big day. These are just a few ways you can make greenery your own within your wedding. Here at Texas Blooms & Gifts, we want to help you create the perfect wedding day with all the right flora. If you are interested in planning your wedding flowers, feel free to contact us today.
Photo credit for photos 1, 2 & 3: Lew Chan Photography