When you are planning an event, there is so much to think about. Finding a venue, booking the right musical entertainment and managing your guest list are just some of the things that you will have to deal with. Your decorations and floral arrangements may be a bit of an afterthought, yet they can make all the difference when it comes to providing the right atmosphere for your party.
If you are planning a party and wondering what floral arrangement will work best, start by considering the season. Then go from there to find florals that work best for the time of year. We guarantee that by using this strategy, you will find the perfect flowers, no matter what type of event you are hosting.
Spring is a time of rebirth. You can capitalize on this by bringing in branches with blooms that are just beginning to bud. Cherry blossoms have a short season but all the better to take advantage of this rare occasion to display them.
Peonies bloom in various shades of pinks and whites making them perfect for weddings and other romantic events.
Of course, there is nothing more representative of spring than a tulip. These brightly colored flowers are available in a wide range of colors and are sure to make for vibrant bouquets at your event.
During the summer, you will want to embrace the warm weather with the flowers of the season.
Hydrangeas are in so take advantage of this by looking for the biggest and brightest ones you can find.
Dahlias, Gladiolus and lush, calla lilies and hanging amaranth are all at their peak during the summer as well. Combine different flowers to make color combinations that stand out at your event.
Fall is characterized by the leaves changing color and bringing us brilliant tones of orange, yellow and rust. Bring these into your party by creating centerpieces that include fall colored leaves, strategically placed moss and wood.
A gathered from the garden arrangement will also provide the perfect complement to your décor.
Winter is the time of year when florals are not plentiful, but you can take advantage of this by giving your event an icy theme.
Get creative by using silver toned foliage like eucalyptus, dusty miller, painted magnolia leaves, glittered birch and manzanita branches.
Darker colored flowers will make a great contrast against pine greens and twinkling lights. Add a pop of color by adding red berries to transform your event into a winter wonderland.
Florals are a great addition to any event. If you are unsure of which you should choose, the seasons are the perfect indicator. We wish you luck creating the perfect event with your arrangements.
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