All About Blooming Wedding Flowers

Gorgeous blooms in a rainbow of colors make a beautiful trail towards the marriage aisle. Wedding flowers are the background which makes a wedding day special. Each color captures the mood and theme of the wedding and sets off the wedded couple in floral majesty.

Customized wedding flower preservation take days to make and set up according to the happy couple's wishes. There are some wedding flowers that are as they say, a cut above the rest, and give that special style and flair to the happy day. Some are classics, timeless and true, and others are great inspiration that gives a more modern twist to the festivities.

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Say you love each other with the classic roses. Roses have been a mainstay of wedding flowers for hundreds of years. These beautiful blooms have a timeless elegance that set off any wedded occasion. They come in a myriad of colors to a light blush of peach, to bright sunshine yellows; there are even blooms that are a true blue!

This of course is the result of placing the originally white flowers in water with a few drops of food coloring which dyes the petals into a hue reflecting the sky or the bright ocean, or even the blue of the bride's eyes. There are however the rare flowers, genetically altered, to give the rose an actual blue cast. These are extremely expensive but would make a surprising bouquet or boutonniere for the groom.

Modern plants and flowers have recently made the spotlight in bright beach weddings and other non traditional sites. Wedding flowers aren't limited to a select palette of the old mainstays anymore. Palm fronds, tiny pumpkins, oak leaves, and even citrus fruits have made unique statements in beds of wedding flowers.