Your bridal bouquet is a once in a lifetime accessory. Choosing your flowers is one of the most exciting parts of wedding planning. But it’s not as simple as picking your favorite flowers and requesting them in your wedding colors.If you don’t know where to begin, the task of choosing your wedding flowers might feel more daunting than sweet. Get started with these tips.

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Think about the types of flowers that are normally seen around the time of year when you’re getting married, for example, tulips and peonies in the spring, or dahlias and mums in the fall. There’s no rule that says you can only use flowers if they’re in season, but out-of-season blooms might be difficult for your florist to find and will generally mean a higher price tag for you in the end.



Your wedding flowers allow you to get creative with your favorite colors and textures. Ensuring you have a rough starting idea of what you want is so important. Pinterest and Instagram will be your best friend during this decision making process. Save yourself the research and check out our choice of wedding flowers that we absolutely love! You might find exactly what you have been dreaming of! Ensure you bring what you find to your florist to clearly portray your vision.



Start your planning journey with your bouquet or the bridesmaid’s bouquets and work from there. Deciding on the less overwhelming blooms early and how big of a role you want flowers to play in your wedding is really helpful. You may be planning a minimalistic day, in which case your bouquet and the bridesmaid’s flowers will be all that you want. In comparison, for some brides, statement floral arrangements are the main feature of the styling. Knowing the bouquet that you’re after will then inspire the color and textures that you want, which will then seamlessly play out into the rest of the styling.



A great way to gather inspiration for your wedding flowers is pairing them with the theme of your wedding. A beach wedding may inspire traditional white blooms paired with loose and relaxed palm leaves. A bohemian wedding is your chance to be creative and modern, think wildflowers, peonies and proteas surrounded with foliage, rosemary and olive branches and earthy colors for a rustic and messy feel. If a traditional celebration is more your taste, you can’t get wrong with classic roses.



Autumn Wedding Ideas


Autumn is definitely one of the most beautiful seasons to have Your Wedding Vows in. If you are going to get married outdoors, be sure to decorate every detail and prepare the scenery for a lot of breathtaking photos. Not only that but there are so many details that come with fall that will help to make your wedding event romantic and grateful. Especially when it’s about flowers! Here are some trends that technically are a part of 2019.

A Ructic Theme

If you love the idea of a laid back wedding in the country then a rustic wedding style could be perfect for you. Just incorporate a lot of wood (and sometimes country-like items) into the decor. If you’re keen on having real flowers, try using baby’s breath. If this describes your style perfectly then you are going to love these rustic wedding ideas.

The Green

There are many wedding ideas that incorporate the shades of color green and add a special touch to the special day. Green is the color of new life, and isn’t that what you and your future husband or wife are setting out to build together? Green comes in many gorgeous shades and there are fun ways to make it a part of your special day.



Blankets are perfect for an outdoor wedding ceremony! Trying keep your guests cozy as the sun goes down is totally great idea! Weather can get pretty unpredictable in this period of year. The temperature is changing from one day to another quickly, so it can be very challenging to organize the whole ceremony. If you are planning on getting married towards the end of October or early November and you want to do it outdoors, be well prepared and make sure you have some blankets! It’s another 2019 wedding trend that we absolutely adore!


Fairy lights and candles

There’s nothing like fairy lights to turn a wedding into a fairy tale!!! Lighting is the single most important decor element at your wedding. The bulbs and candles you select are what will ultimately light your perfect venue, make your photos just right, and keep the party going—even after the sun sets.


Food and Drink carts

As far as your reception goes, how can you not fall in love with food and drink cart? Simply put, they are movable carts that caterers can move throughout your reception venue. The cute and rustic elements of this fun food truck are sure to leave a smile on your face.


Deconstructed Cakes

Deconstructed cakes are back! It’s a cool way to have different flavors too. If you want a white cake but your groom prefers chocolate, here’s an easy-and-convenient way to have both.

deconstructed cakes

Sweet welcome for your guests! Whether you’re trying to welcome older or the younger guests at your wedding, you can’t go wrong with welcome/thank you boxes. You can put everything from miniature toiletries and bottles of alcohol to snacks.If you have any out of town/hotel guests, you can even put an info tour inside! It’s totally up to you! Whatever you decide, it’s a nice idea to bring a little bit of future trends into 2018 by incorporating some of these ideas into your big day!


Here are some suggestions that will ensure that your guests feel comfortable and enjoy the open environment.



Give your guests as much information about where the ceremony will be held, so they can tailor outfit.


While some guests like to stand, older people might feel most comfortable during the ceremony while seated. And it should also be kept in mind that the type of seat depends on the season of the celebration.


Certainly one of the most important things. Join the outdoor bar or be creative with cocktails, champagne and other refreshing drinks that guests will be able to use themselves.


If you expect a guest to spend some time outside, especially during the day, choose one of the creative ways to provide some spots in shades, or even umbrellas and gazebos.


When choosing food, remember that guests will not sit at the table and eat so finger food fits best.



Sun and bugs are often unavoidable during outdoor weddings so be sure to provide a protection station with sunscreen and bug spray to protect your guests.


If you plan outdoor wedding venue at fresh time season it will be both nice and necessary to have some warm blankets. Although if low temperatures are predicted, renting out external heaters is a must so your guests can comfortably enjoy the event.



If you plan an outdoor Wedding, we’re always here to help!

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Organic Backdrops

       A ceremony backdrop is an area you can really experiment with as it will be the frame to your wedding vowels and no doubt there will be plenty of photos of this space. It gives definition to the space, incorporates your theme, and livens up the event!




        If you want the original background for your pictures and complement your ceremony style we suggest organic backdrops. Such backdrops are popular for any season, they look beautiful with any greenery your prefer. With rich greenery taking center stage for this design, minimal flowers can still make an impact.If you decided for vintage style, it will be suitable to go with a background in the form of roses and peonies, for the marine style, choose decorations in the form of a boat with oars; the tropical wedding will be fitted with a green wall! A natural backdrop makes a beautiful accent piece in the reception space and becomes a hallmark of guest selfies.




Organic backdrops reflect our love for the natural world!




2018 Summer wedding trends that left the biggest impression

Flower Walls

We just can’t get enough! Flower wall will make your wedding unforgettable and it will provide an amazing backdrop for your wedding photos.


Neon Signs

Have you thought about having a custom neon signs at your wedding? Whether these signs say your names, a special slogan, or even your unique wedding hashtag, putting these signs around your venue gives your party an electric vibe.


DIY Drink Bar

It’s summer, so the best way to keep the dance floor occupied is to make sure that your guests are hydrated with a booze of their choice (and water, of course). Having a signature cocktail was a trend of the past—now, go for a DIY cocktal bar where your guests can create their favourite drinks using fresh fruit as a summertime twist. How cool is that?


Colourful Candles

Summer is truly all about color and one way to add it to your tables is with candles. Whether in a centrepiece or floating in water in the middle of the table, add a vibrant splash of color by using coloured candles.


Summer Wedding Flower Trend

Reception floral designs aren’t just about centrepieces anymore. Ceiling arrangements  are trending and we can see them everywhere. For bouquets, wild and undone arrangements are still trending, but they’re inspired by seasonal summer flowers. Peonies kick off the early summer months, leading into dahlia season mid-July.


Summer wedding food trends

Ice cream and ice pops in the summer aren’t exactly something new, but the cold dessert game has gotten even more serious. Edible flowers, herbs and creative presentation take these childhood favourites to a whole new level. Traditional plates like baked mac and cheese are replaced with lightly dressed pasta salad, and desserts like cupcakes are swapped out for mini fruit tarts.



The colors you pick for your wedding could be anywhere, but the best option is to pick the ones that reflect your style. Maybe you have one color in mind or you’re trying to find the perfect combination of colors so your wedding would be memorable.
Every year we have color trends for weddings, so in the year of 2017 say hi to blush, navy and gold wedding colors. Blush, navy and gold are a great combination of colors


because they give contrast and elegance. Blush and gold are beautiful and classic, but paired with navy you will find the perfect balance and elegance. Such a color scheme is amazing for a nautical, seaside, garden or rustic wedding, and it’s perfect for spring and summer.
Navy and gold combine to create a rich and luxurious look your guests are sure to

remember long after the wedding.
The color gold is good for every wedding, always stylish and modern, especially if you combine it with bush and navy. The choice of gold is a great idea and you can pick a bouquet, jewelry or boutonniere in that color. When it comes to decorations: golden cake, glasses and cutlery give a memorable detail for that big day.


Navy is a color that looks good with any skin tone so it’s perfect for bridesmaids’ dresses. A team of sea chic navy dresses with soft cream flowers and spots of dusky, hot and blush pink make for an impact. Accessories are a great opportunity to give a little fun and personality to your look.

The blush is a traditional feminine color for weddings, and the navy blue is just such a classic color. Blush pink and navy blue are also a great choice for weddings because you have a nice balance between the masculine and the feminine. These are perfect colors for a romantic wedding in spring and summer.

Wedding in France

5 Reasons to Spend Your Honeymoon in France

If you are looking for a romantic honeymoon, France might be a perfect destination for you. This magical country has far more to offer beyond photo session in front of the Eiffel Tower. Think about sunset among lavender fields, vibrant cities, unique cuisine and welcoming people. France offers one-of-a-kind experience and unforgettable essence of love.

#1 Take the Champagne Tour

What is a honeymoon without a glass of the bubbly beverage? This country of wine and cheese offers the incredible ‘Route du Champagne’ where you get to visits some of the most famous Champagne houses of France. If you ever wonder how is the ultimate glamour in bottled made, this is your chance to discover it. Although some of the well-known international wine houses might have high entering fees, consider visiting smaller family owned  vignerons who do not charge for tasting.

#2 Discover Paris

It might look like a cliche but one weekend in Paris can be a great get-away. Treat yourself with a luxury hotel and enjoy in glamorous boutiques. If you are staying more than a one day, make a trip to Versailles and spend some time in the magnificent gardens and parks.

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#3 Sun, Sea & Mountains

France can offer something for everyone. While some couples love spending their honeymoon relaxing on sandy beaches, others prefer being more active and exploring countryside and culture.

#4 Food & Wine

France is well-known for its gastronomical traditions and often considered as the world’s food capital. No meal can be completed without a glass of good home-produced wine. Each year, around 24 million foreign tourists visit Bordeaux, Burgundy and France’s other wine regions.

#5 Art & History

Historical sites are attracting attention of tourists from different parts of the world. France is extremely proud of its history and art culture. From revolution to Napoleon and famous battle sites, France can be considered as one of the countries with richest cultural heritage in Europe. We have to mention gorgeous chateaux, churches and cathedrals. One of them is Château du Grand Val that dates back to the 15th century.

Chateau de Grand Val

This charming chateau will surprise you with its  outstanding views of the valley and wooden furniture dating back all the way to 18th century. If you would love to have your wedding in France, Château du Grand Val can be a good choice for you. This romantic castle is perfect for smaller wedding with up to 35 people. You can have your own chateau, green meadows and fantastic food & drinks.

If you would like to have a destination wedding, let us know! We can help you with the event coordination, decor and take care of all practical details so that you can enjoy your special day.

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