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Tying the knot in spring? Take advantage of this fresh, flourishing season and get creative with your blooms. There are lots of great ways to put a spin on your spring wedding florals, from adding unique accents to playing with different arrangement styles. Here are five of our favorite trends to try!
Freshen up your florals with an unexpected touch. Incorporate wheat grass into your centerpieces, accent your reception flowers with shoots of lily grass, or mix in some grass-like "green trick" dianthus as featured in the bouquets above.
2. Single Bud Vase Displays
Arrange spring flowers individually in little glass bud vases for a fresh-from-the-garden look.
3. Presentation Style Bouquets
Opt for this eye-catching bouquet style to show off long-stemmed flowers like calla lilies or delphiniums. Wrap the bottom with a pretty ribbon or add an accent such as a charm or a brooch.
4. Closed Blooms
Many popular spring flowers, including tulips, peonies, and garden roses, look just as lovely before they've reached full bloom. Incorporate slightly closed-up blossoms into your arrangements for a unique shape and texture.
5. Blossoming Branches
Flowering plants and trees like cherry blossoms, forsythia, and dogwood begin to bloom in early spring and are a classic sign of the season. Use the colorful branches in your floral arrangements for a unique look you can't get any other time of year.