Today’s #wedding-inspiration are drawn from everywhere, online, nature, personal interests and tastes along with #wedding vendors, venues and wedding suppliers. Our #wedding-inspiration secret would be to capture what speaks to you. Your personal style and attitudes have a lot to do with who you are. It’s these very styles and preferences that will most represent your wedding style with ease. Sometimes we see brides try to portray a look that they aren’t comfortable with which makes the process difficult. If you enjoy soft natural tones and colors and you select bright bold colors out of your comfort zone you will generally fight this or frankly feel unsure of this choice. Sometimes trends and fads cloud our judgement in determining what we like or are drawn to. It’s appealing to have the latest and greatest. However keep in mind that your all important day is timeless. What we mean to say is your wedding will be treasured forever and the current trends and fads will be long in the past following your special day. Ironically many trends from the past have run full circle as wedding flower styles and colors are gaining popularity again. For example, bridal cascading bouquets are becoming popular along with the softer color tones and variety in bridal party dresses. We’ve seen brides choosing 2-4 colors of gowns for their bridal party as was popular years ago.
#wedding-inspiration solutions that are win-win for every #bride. Keep your color pallet in tones your comfortable with and utilize a few of your #decor #flowers or #wedding-reception #flowers to bring in a punch of color. Your overall look and colors for the weeding will represent you to a tee and the punch of color at the #wedding-reception will add some fun and excitement to the party following your #wedding ceremony. There are so many tools today to help you with this process that are super easy to explore. Looking online to find your dream wedding look and feel is super easy to do and fun. Search terms such as #wedding-inspirations to research tips and pix online, like this blog.
#wedding color pallets are trending to the softer hues for #bridal party flowers. These soft romantic hues include, cream, porcelain, peach, champagne, blush, baby blue, lavenders and sarchuse or minty greens. Check out our Memorial Day #wedding to see how these soft tones are captured in beauty & grace. This particular #wedding-flower style was accented with minimal sunny yellow to highlight the #garden look. http://pinterest.com/pin/427138345886014158/.
What wedding-inspiration inspires you? If you’re more of a bold #bride who tends to be drawn to bold colors, go ahead and let those hues carry you down the aisle. The smile of confidence you’ll have will speak volumes as bold bright colors are definitely you. A must see is the wedding flowers we did recently for a bride locally that was bold and beautiful featuring blue roses and stark white flowers, a true look of distinction . http://pinterest.com/pin/427138345885982033/
Wedding-inspiration by Bel Aire Flowers. Still not sure what you really like, relax, #Bel Aire Flowers, your #Wisconsina-Florist can help find what works for you. Visit one of our locations to browse our selection of wedding planner books. We are a #localflorist that you can be comfortable to #shoplocal at. We have two convenient locations in West Allis & #Menomonee Falls, #florist. We are here for you to make your planning go as smoothly as possible. Browse our past bridal photos to take inspiration of what your drawn to. It’s ok to do things that are uniquely you. There’s nothing we love more than to creatively design your vision with some of natures finest #flowers and accenting them in unique ways. Don’t be afraid to think outside the box using artwork, nature or your interests to draw your wedding inspiration from. Check out our bride’s Star Wars themed #wedding. We got creative with the flowers with bold tropical #flowers and funky deco wire in designing this wedding’s bridal party flowers. Whether your style is traditional, romantic, soft bold or a combination, rest assured we will find the look that’s uniquely you! Our goal for designing your important Wedding day florals is Your wedding day, your way with Bel-Aire!
Congratulations Mandi & Dan! We are thankful to be apart of your very important Wedding Day!
These custom designs by Bel Aire Flowers feature mini callas with dark purple centers, muscari or aka grape hyacinth. Yellow freesia, white anenomes with dark eye centers, soft blue hydrangea, viburnum, locally grown geranium foliage, delphinium in lavender and blue tones. Brides bouquet designed in a cascading flowing style with matching groom boutonnière. Parents flowers incorporating dress colors of royal and brown. Grandparent flowers featuring a brightened sarchuse green tone ribbon. Greens featuring maidenhair ferns, ruscus and lily grass. A natural element of toned succulent plants sets the bridal bouquet apart and gives this design a distinctive garden look. All designs done by Bel Aire Flowers.
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We post lots of wedding inspiration pix of our original work along with helpful tips and wedding planning tools. Our main focus is to keep your wedding planning easy and stress free for you. We will give you what you’ve been dreaming of and then some. We guarantee you’ll be blown away with our flowers and designs. Don’t leave your important wedding florals to chance. You deserve a day to enjoy and live in the moment of your special wedding!
There are many elements that go into any wedding, but what pieces can you compromise on? For every couple the answer to this question will be different, of course, but it’s an important question for every couple to answer.
As you decide on the details for your wedding day, you’ll need to prioritize things. Creating a “must have” list can help you as you go further into your wedding planning, too.
For example, if two of your vendors have conflicting schedules, a must have list can help you decide what you need to do. It can also help you remember what is the most important element for your day, whether it’s flowers, music, or something else.
Of course, whether a specific bloom is at the top of your must have list or not, you’ll want to have fabulous flowers for your Wisconsin wedding. We’ve helped many couples create the perfect floral arrangements and bouquets for their wedding day. If you want to know how we can help with yours, get in touch today!
A bridal bouquet can be beautiful in many different ways, and that can mean including some non-floral elements. This is a wonderful way to add creative touches to your bouquets, and tie the bouquet into your theme.
One popular choice is to include sparkly elements, such as crystals. This gives a bit of extra visual interest to your bouquet. When the light hits your bouquet, crystals or glitter touches can make it seem to light up from within.
You can also include decorative elements like butterflies. These can give a natural effect as you walk down the aisle. They can also be included in centerpieces for a lovely addition to your tables.
Of course, many bouquets combine many different elements to come up with a gorgeous design. Every bride, and every wedding, is unique and the bouquets should be, too.
If you’re planning a wedding in the Milwaukee area, give us a call today to find out how we can help you design the perfect bouquet for you!
According to a recent survey, 73 percent of American women felt that their wedding day was their biggest hairstyle moment. Of course, everything about your wedding day is important, but when it comes to your hair, we think it’s a great place to add a floral touch for something really special.
Flowers are synonymous with weddings, and they work great as part of wedding hairstyles, too.
- Consider the flowers in your bouquet when choosing flowers for your hair. They should coordinate, not clash.
- Go understated so that you don’t overwhelm your dress and face.
- A single bloom can give a more formal look, while a chain or cascade of smaller flowers can be better for relaxed styles.
- Another option is to wear a floral headband or tiara, which can give a natural touch to your wedding day style.
Whatever style you’ve chosen for your wedding, dress, and hair, there’s a perfect option for working flowers into your look. With years of experience, BelAire Flowers can help any Wisconsin bride find the perfect flowers for her hair, so give us a call today!
Opting for a Wednesday wedding and a stunning red gown, Little House on the Prairie star Melissa Gilbert married Thirtysomething star Timothy Busfield this week. The couple were engaged over the holidays, and it is the third marriage for both of them.
The couple chose an intimate ceremony at the San Ysidro Ranch in Santa Barbara, California, a popular choice for celebrity events. There aren’t too many details about the wedding just yet, but from the few photos that have been made public, it looks like it was a very classy affair.
Melissa’s bold red dress was probably the stand-out of the wedding. The strapless dress’ fitted bodice was matched perfectly by its softly tiered full-length skirt. The flowing and elegant style suited Melissa perfectly, and she told People that she chose the color because of its meanings – passion, fire, and love.
While we haven’t seen photos of many of the flowers, it looks like she’s matched her dress with a bouquet of mixed red, white, and purple flowers. If you want to know what flowers will work perfectly with your wedding dress, give us a call today!
Looking for something a bit different than the usual roses and baby’s breath? Why not consider succulents for your wedding flowers?
Succulents are a great addition to wedding bouquets and centerpieces. They can also make great favors for your guests to take home and enjoy for years to come. They are also one of the most eco-friendly choices for your wedding flowers, as they can be replanted after your wedding.
You can also work succulents into bouquets with other flowers. The rich leafy look of the succulents is beautiful alongside the deep reds, purples, or whites of more traditional wedding blooms.
Succulents can make great wedding flowers because they also come in so many different varieties. They range from a wide variety of greens to whites, purples, and pinks. They are also available year round, which means you don’t have to worry about seasonal availability like you do with so many types of flowers.
If you want to use succulents in your Milwaukee wedding flowers, let us know! We’re happy to help put together your perfect wedding day flowers!
Weddings can be expensive, and according to the Real Weddings Survey, the amount spent on weddings has increased for the second year in a row. While there’s some variation by region, and many couples go above and below the averages, the numbers give some interesting insight.
In addition to the figures in the graphic above, couples also spend an average of nearly $2,000 on their decor and flowers. This might seem like a lot, but it is worth thinking about what that will generally include.
Decor costs can include everything from table cloths to lighting. It can also include other rentals, such as chargers, chair covers, and flatware.
Flowers are a big part of most couples’ wedding dreams. From the bride’s bouquet to the reception centerpieces, they’re something that makes a wedding so very special.
If you want to find out more about choosing the right flowers for your wedding, get in touch. Let us know in the comments if there’s anything you’d like to read about on this blog, too!
Having provided flowers for Milwaukee and Waukesha weddings for over 50 years, here at Bel Aire Flowers we know how important it is to have the bouquets fit your color scheme. Many brides think that their only choice is white flowers, especially if they have chosen unusual wedding colors.
Whether you have wedding colors of pinks and reds, blues and greens, or even blacks and grays, there are plenty of flowers for you to choose from. There’s also a growing trend towards metallic tones for wedding colors.
When we work with you on your wedding flowers, we can offer you a wide range of creative options. Adding in decorative touches, such as crystals or other jewel styles can also allow your flowers to catch the light and really stand out.
We also know that budgets can vary, so we offer a variety of ways to keep your wedding costs affordable. Whether you choose rental vases and card boxes, or something else, we have ways to make your wedding dollars stretch.
To get started, get in touch with us to arrange a free consultation today!