Bringing some of the outdoors, indoors
Although planning your wedding can sometimes be stressful there are moments that can be incredibly enjoyable and the one I liked the most was thinking about the decorations for the wedding venue. Once you have selected your Gloucester Hotel Wedding Venue you can start planning the fun elements.
When looking at the floral arrangements it is worth taking into consideration any of the requirements that the venue has for what they allow and what they don’t. The professionals at Hatton Court Gloucester Hotel Wedding Venue can give you plenty of advice when it comes to creating a beautifully decorated room.
Here are some of the key trends in floral arrangements so far this year.
When you think about walking down the aisle many brides focus is on the very real fear that at some point you might trip, and the groom is often fearful of being able to maintain his composure once he lays eyes on his bride in her wedding dress. If you can put these worries to one side the aisle area can be one of the most fun areas to think about decorating with flowers and foliage and it is one of the places where you can really bring some of the beauty of the outdoors, indoors. Lining the aisle with flowers and foliage has become a popular choice in floral designs. You can create the illusion of a walk alone a tree lined drive with carefully selected trees or a romantic stroll through a meadow with a wildflower inspired arrangement. Another way to make a statement at the end of the aisle is to have a living wall created these are freestanding panels that are decorated with the flowers and greenery of your choice and create a beautiful backdrop for the two of you to meet at and they also look incredible in your wedding photographs.
When thinking of colour schemes many people combine the theme of their bridal party colours along with the decorations used in the venue. Popular colours for 2018 include:
- Soft pinks and ivory with accents of berry reds, blush pinks and champagne tones
- Violet – in all shades from light to dark
- Copper tones carefully placed throughout the floral arrangement add depth
For the first time in a long while the traditional wedding flower of choice has switched from peonies to dahlias.
Whatever you decide on to decorate your venue you will have the most incredible day. Try to find some time to enjoy it!