Flowers are one of the most noticeable details conveying your wedding style and design. Not only do they provide color, but also texture and fragrance. Your florist will help guide you through what combinations of certain flowers and greenery help to create a particular look and style; i.e. modern arrangements vs. bohemian arrangements. It's always important to trust your vendors and know that they are the professionals and that they have your best interests at heart. One way florists do that is by suggesting flowers that will be "in-season" when your wedding will take place. Using in-season flowers will not only save your budget, but also support local growers.
Samantha and Ian's intimate November wedding really emulated a season of love and togetherness. They wanted their wedding to include their closest family and friends and opted to have their ceremony and reception that would match their intimate wedding vision. Vinology in downtown Ann Arbor was the perfect setting for their 50 guest wedding ceremony and reception.
These cold Michigan winter months landscaped with white snowy lawns and grey skies have us counting down the days until spring. As we try to think of different ways to incorporate color into our daily lives to give us a smile, we have come up with some fun ways to incorporate bold colors into your wedding day. Here are 6 simple ways to add pops of color that are fun, but that are not overbearing.