Has your decorator shown you these 12 unique floral arrangements ?
BY The WMG Bride | 06 Dec, 2015 | 7654 views | 4 min read
Bridal Canopy / Jhoola
At weddings, there is that one space that really is owned by the "bride". Really! A space where she sits and chats and has her little friend's circle meet-up. Why not dress up that sofa like a canopy and make it a floral room. It's an idea that most decorators ignore but don't forget - it's these little things that make a difference!
Flowers in Brass Vases
Brass is slowly but surely turning out to be the amazing metal everyone loves these days. Stuff these Indian vases with flowers and you have a mix of tradition and modernity tied up in a neat package.
Gajra chairs are a new revelation for us - who would have thunk that a flower that's so small and sparse can actually look so beautiful. And so Indian in every way. Just look how gorg these chairs look against the light - so chic but yet so Indian!
Probably the easiest thing to do - throw a few fun florals around and make them form a canopy on the table. Phew! It's not only a cop-out but a good idea to try as well because, nothing like a few good flowers strewn about that gives you the idea that this wedding is just so much fun! Only, try as much possible to not let them overburden the tables - that's all.
Flowers in Glass Globules
This year saw an increase in glass hangings at weddings - the fact that they are so versatile says a lot about them as decor inspiration. You can do these glass things three ways: stuff flowers in them, cover them outside with ferns or throw in a few petals into the glass. Done!
Floral Jhoolas from the ceiling
Use our park jhulas ( wooden ones) and go wild with flowers on them. That's a thought! :) But seriously, it's about using inspiration from day-to-day objects so go all Devdas: Aishwarya Rai-swinging illusion and take it up a notch!
Indian flower wall
Lamps and flowers make such a great combo - so use your carpenter to make a nice wooden window so you can decorate it with flowers and make it croon.
Floral rain for a photo-op
Flower rain, pray what does that mean? It requires nothing except a wild imagination. The bride needs a fun photo space and wait, maybe your guests also do. So take your favourite flowers and hang them to create an illusion of rain. Bingo, pretty pictures OMG!
Forget flower vases and centrepieces, opt for a floral tree. Now it only works if you have a sturdy centre and a truly weightless flower so you can have your guests eating out of your hand - AMAZE!
Nothing says cute better than flower monograms - they make for great props - are super versatile and prep up your wedding in more ways than you know.
Roses & Ribbons
Ribbons and roses are so so cute so opt for the very underwhelming sparse floral garlands hanging down. The ribbon pulls them together but those flowers stay neutral and minimalistic.