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The sunflower, for a sunny weddingLong live yellow! For a marriage under the sign of gaiety and simplicity, sunflowers are perfect. These large solar flowers bring a rural and dynamic touch that will leave a lasting impression. Very inexpensive, they are self-sufficient: five sunflowers and a few branches in a large jar, and it is the effect "wow" assured! A bridal bouquet yellow and white, a small buttonhole sunflower, large bouquets, a few yellow accessories, and here is your successful wedding decor with three times nothing!
A yellow, yellow, yellow marriage…
Lavender, for a fragrant wedding
In the lavender fields, an unforgettable photo session
English roses, for a romantic wedding
The eternal charm of old roses
The olive tree, for an eternal marriageSince Antiquity, olive branches have symbolized peace, fidelity, longevity and hope. What more beautiful symbol to imagine to celebrate a wedding? In a bridal bouquet, the olive leaves sublimely enhance the white or pastel flowers. In table decoration, a few branches in gray-green hues alone provide an elegant decoration with strong symbolic power. And they are not likely to suffer from the heat! So if you are getting married in the South, don't hesitate!
In a bouquet of roses or as a table decoration…
Hydrangeas, for a garden wedding
For a blue or pink theme, long live hydrangeas!
White arums, for a sophisticated marriageGreat classic of summer weddings, arum is highly prized by lovers of refined decoration. Its cornet flowers make it possible to compose cascading bridal bouquets and numerous floral decorations which combine the purity of white and the sophistication of a flower with almost exotic looks.
Arum, a great classic for summer weddings
Chamomile flowers for a country wedding
Chamomile, a flower full of charm!
Dahlias, for a colorful weddingFrom July to September, dahlias are among the most beautiful garden flowers. There are hundreds of varieties, of all colors and almost all shapes. Red, pink, white, yellow, orange, mauve or pastel, dahlias can be recognized by their vibrant colors and their opulent flowers. If pastel shades aren't your cup of tea, dahlias should make you happy. Namely, in the language of flowers, the pink dahlia means "I will do my best to make you happy" and the red dahlia "I will always love you"!
The dahlia, the flower of August weddings!
Wheat ears for a lucky weddingSummer is also the harvest season. Harvesting has always been associated with prosperity and fertility, which has given rise to many traditions and superstitions. During Antiquity, the grains of wheat were also thrown on the bride and groom to assure them a beautiful descendants. For a country wedding rich in symbols, wheat makes it possible to make very beautiful decorations in advance, with a minimum budget. And don't forget to offer lucky ears to your guests!
Lucky ears of wheat, a gift rich in symbols
Carnations, for a poetic weddingMore original, the carnation deserves to be rediscovered for summer weddings. Forget its bad reputation, this flower of great beauty, which comes in all shades ranging from white to red, brings grace and lightness to a bridal bouquet and table decoration. These pompom flowers also slip into the buttonhole and into the bride's bun. Associated with a few gypsophila branches or a few garden roses, carnations also deserve to be the kings of the party!
Pink carnations, flowers to rediscover…