|Your Wedding Flowers will be a central theme to your entire wedding, both in the church and at your reception centre. Therefore, it's vital to pick the perfect flower combination, whether you go for the traditional red rose, or something more exotic such as orchids.|
|Ever thought of creating your own wedding flowers?|
We've all done it. Looked through wedding magazines at beautiful wedding bouquets, boutonnieres, corsages, flower girl baskets, floral hair pieces, posies and even flower centrepieces on reception tables. We want all the beautiful trimmings, but can't always afford to have it all.
But it is possible to make your own wedding flowers and have them look amazing ... down to the smallest detail, and it's not as difficult as you might think.
Nadine Visscher has been arranging flowers for years and has taken many floral courses. Her favorite was how to make bridal bouquets and other wedding flowers. With her expereince Nadine has put together a Beginners Guide to Wedding Flowers.
With her help, your patience and a little creative flair you could make your own wedding flowers, have fun doing it and save $100's of dollars, doing so. What an awesome achievement!
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|What will your wedding flowers contain? Consider some of the following ...|
|Ivy means fidelity|
|Red roses mean passion|
|White roses mean purity|
|Quinces are for wedded happiness|
|Orchids mean rare beauty|
|Pansy means thinking of you|
|Parsley means festivity|
|Peppermint means warmth of feeling|
|Rosemary means remembrance|
|Sage-Garden means esteem|
|Sorrel means affection|
|Spearmint means warmth of sentiment|
|Stock means lasting beauty|
|Sweet Basil means good wishes|
|Sweet Peas mean lasting pleasure|
|Tulips mean eternal love|