Wild flowers wedding bouquet

In the sum­mer, you are plan­ning the most solemn event in your life — your wed­ding — and you have not yet decid­ed on the choice of a bou­quet? Then per­haps it will be use­ful for you to know that the trend of wed­ding bou­quets for the bride in the sum­mer of 2014 was com­po­si­tions of wild­flow­ers. And although many under­es­ti­mate wild­flow­ers, such a bou­quet has sev­er­al advan­tages at once:

  1. It will be appro­pri­ate only in the sum­mer. Agree, it’s a lit­tle strange to see a bride in the mid­dle of snow­drifts with a wed­ding bou­quet of wild flow­ers? More­over, this, most like­ly, will not suc­ceed — after all, such flow­ers bloom only in the warm sea­son!
  2. He is very orig­i­nal. If ros­es, peonies and ger­beras are a lit­tle fed up, a wild flow­ers wed­ding bou­quet is so rare that it will cer­tain­ly be remem­bered by every­one invit­ed to your cel­e­bra­tion.
  3. It is per­fect for an eth­nic dress. Now it is very fash­ion­able to return to the roots, and there­fore many girls choose the Russ­ian or Ukrain­ian nation­al dress of the bride as their wed­ding dress. Of course, orchids are not able to com­ple­ment it, but sum­mer wed­ding bou­quets of wild flow­ers are “what the doc­tor ordered”.
  4. Such a bou­quet is suit­able, in addi­tion to an eth­no-wed­ding, for a cel­e­bra­tion in a rus­tic and coun­try style.
  5. In such a bou­quet, it is not at all nec­es­sary to strict­ly main­tain the col­or scheme and the num­ber of flow­ers, so mak­ing it is not dif­fi­cult at all.
  6. If you make such a bou­quet your­self, it will be com­plete­ly low-cost and is an addi­tion­al advan­tage for a bud­get wed­ding.
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Wedding bouquets summer 2014

In the sum­mer of 2014, florists rely on the nat­u­ral­ness, ten­der­ness, mod­esty and romance of the bride. It is these cri­te­ria that a bou­quet of wild flow­ers quite cor­re­sponds to. What flow­ers should you pay spe­cial atten­tion to? It:

  • but­ter­cups;
  • pop­pies;
  • chamomile;
  • corn­flow­ers;
  • lilies of the val­ley;
  • iris;
  • sol­ida­go;
  • bells.

Such bou­quets are dec­o­rat­ed with spikelets or grass, as well as pearls, rhine­stones, beads and rib­bons.