Wedding Florals + Pantone’s Color of the Year 2017
It’s official. “Greenery” is the Pantone Color of the Year for 2017.
No surprise here! Greenery (and greenery ;)) have been trending amongst our brides for the past couple of years. As a wedding florist, I love incorporating greens into arrangements. It brings a natural, authentic, lush feel to a wedding.
Garlands as table runners during the reception has been popular the past few years. However, there are many other ways to incorporate greenery. Below are some examples of greenery taking center stage and adding beautiful color and texture to some of our past weddings.
If you are a getting married in Portland or the surrounding areas (travel welcomed), contact us about being your wedding florist! Let’s see how we can incorporate “Greenery” into your wedding florals.
Hops! During late summer and early fall, hops are a beautiful, simple way to achieve a lush look.
Fireplace mantels are begging to be adorned. We love creating an asymmetrical cascade down one side and then incorporating lots of candlelight!Greenery backdrops…Greenery backdrops are perfect for your ceremony and during the reception can be used behind the head table, the dessert/cake table or even as a photo booth backdrop.You don’t need lots of blooms to get a beautiful bouquet! Greenery comes in many shades and textures too!At this Leach Botanical Garden wedding, we used candles and vines to create a romantic, whimsical look in this cozy fireside room.Greenery on your cake can be uber romantic and so beautiful!Ok, so technically this aisle installation was made up of lots and lots of flowers. But, I love the contrast of green and white! It’s like walking through of meadow of wild flowers!Let’s not forget the details! I love these wreaths adding a little something special to the bride and groom’s chairs during dinner.Speaking of details, how gorgeous are these place cards? The calligrapher wrote each guests name on a magnolia leaf.Looking for a little something extra for your bridal portraits? This delicate garland is a great alternative to a flower crown. I couldn’t write this post without including at least one image of some garland. I love this lush look for the head table.