Not a fan of roses? Hoping to stay away from traditional flowers or colors for your wedding flower arrangements? No problem!
Whether you're hoping to achieve that off-beat bride look, or you simply don't want traditional wedding flowers, there are a few key ways to have non-traditional wedding florals for your big day. Take a look at the following tips to help you create an outside-of-the-box bouquet or centerpieces unlike any other!
Choose a Non-Traditional Color Palette
One of the first few steps you can take to have unique flower arrangements is by starting with your wedding color scheme. If a traditional look isn't for you, go for bolder or deeper colors on the color wheel. You might also consider changing out the soft pinks and solid reds with similar colors that might be a little lighter or darker than what you might be used to!
Add Lots of Texture
There's nothing quite like a bouquet that challenges the norm with plants that have fun textures to them! Some options include greenery, branches and foliage, berries, or even seeds. Ask your florist to see what plants might best achieve the look you're going for!
Mix it Up
While it is becoming far more popular than it used to, mixing up the florals you include instead of choosing all one flower is a great way to stand out from the crowd of other brides. It can be really stunning to have a unique combination of florals in your bouquet, especially if you have one big flower to be the focal piece!
When in Doubt, Ask Your Wedding Florist
Are you wanting to have a bouquet that’s unlike any you’ve seen before? Make a statement with a non-traditional floral design that speaks to your personality and style!
The Potted Pansy, owned and operated by Mandy Ogaz, is a premier floral designer in Utah. Every arrangement, bouquet and centerpiece is custom designed to reflect your personality and love for one another. If you’re looking for a floral designer who cares about all the intricate details and is passionate about texture, color, and style, talk to Mandy about your wedding today!