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Casual Bride Bouquets


It can be very difficult to budget a wedding or to keep every detail perfect. People often forget that there is nothing wrong with keeping a wedding casual. A simple wedding does not imply that the special day will be any less memorable. In fact, casual weddings are becoming quite a trend, so if you feel you are more down-to-earth, try to take your wedding in this direction. During the summer months this is especially easy to do!

Of course, this does not mean that there will not be important details to consider such as, food preparation, placement of tables and lines, and an alternate plan in case the weather turns foul.

The guests are sure to feel a bit more relaxed as a casual event requires casual attire. One great idea is to keep the food casual as well, grilled food and simple salads might be one idea. Bridal bouquets and table decorations should also be kept simple, the best rule to follow is to use flowers that are local and in-season (instead of exotic flowers.)

This type of wedding can really make the role of the bride worry-free. There is no need to look for an extravagant dress, as a simple knee length dress will fare best in a backyard, vineyard or park. As for the bridal bouquet, something simple like a bunch of daisies could suite the venue best.

When there is little fuss around the details, a lot more attention can be paid to the guests and the newly-weds can focus on each other.

Whether you go simple or extravagant Todich Floral Design, can help you from the beginning to the end of your planning process; from picking out a design scheme to planning out a budget for your flowers. Our experts can help you pick out the exact flowers to suit your tastes from the wedding decorations to the bridal bouquet.




This entry was posted on Thursday, July 8th, 2010 at 2:44 pm and is filed under Bridal Flowers, Design, Wedding Flowers, Weddings. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed. You can leave a response, or trackback from your own site.

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