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Have you thought much about the flowers for your wedding? Well, if you have not, it may be time to start checking out the latest trends that are chic at the moment. Flowers can add so much to the look and feel of your wedding. So, if you are not necessarily into the traditional but instead are looking for something a bit more cutting edge, then you have come to the right place. There are a very diverse number of trends in the wedding floral world and we want to share them with you as you head out into the Jacksonville area looking for your florist. Who knows, you might find that trendy thing that might be the perfect fit for your personality and if you do find it, you will want to seek out a florist that will be able to provide you with it. But first, here is what is happening in the world of wedding florists.

You probably won't think we are serious, but adding some fur and feathers to your bouquet and floral arrangements can be both striking and beautiful. Is it what people will expect, of course not. But that is part of the point. It give you a special exotic kind of touch that is different and very unique. And the beauty of it is you can have it arranged so that it matches your dress and flowers. Or what about making sure that you will be the focus of attention all day long. This can be accomplished by have a larger, vibrant looking bouquet made for you. Yes, be bold, take a chance by picking a color that stands out and that is not used anywhere else in your color scheme.

What about a trip back to nature. Some brides that are looking for that different feel are opting for flowers like daisies, poppies, sunflowers, lilies, and baby's breath. Wildflowers are amazing to work with in that no matter how you arrange them, they look amazing together. We have seen brides that really took a chance by choosing to hold one large flower like a sunflower. They opted for this over the traditional bouquet. Have you ever thought about attaching jewelry to you flowers. Well, someone has started to because another growing trend is to attach pearl-tipped pins into an arrangement of red flowers. What about breaking a trend by not going overboard with your flowers and taking the minimalist approach. This approach calls for no worrying about ornamentation or exotic designs, just gorgeous flowers. How about using some fruit in your arrangements. Again, this is not something any bride would be caught dead doing years ago, but now it is considered something that catches people's interest. Picture some really colorful produce coordinated with your centerpieces. The pigments will naturally complement the flowers. Sacramento Florists has some other options.

You may not have heard of it, but there is a movement afoot called the Asian fusion design. It merges Japanese and Chinese designs. For example, it calls for the use of Cherry blossoms, orchids, and bamboo stalks. Have you thought about votives? In recent years there has been some experimentation with hanging votives from trees and plants. This can provide a really romantic look when done well. Just make sure of the placement of the votives, you would hate for there to be an accident. And what about adding a sentimental touch and at the same time, honoring your heritage. Placing items from your family within the floral design has become hugely popular. For instance, placing your mother's watering can on a table with flowers inside. And the last big trend that we want to mention is the growing use of trees at weddings. As you can see, the sky is the limit. You can be as cutting edge as you want to be.

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ISLAND FLOWER & GARDEN
5381 S. Fletcher Ave.
Amelia Island, FL. 32034
phone: (904) 491-5056
fax: (904) 491-5131


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