Nowadays, DIY weddings are all the rage. No matter if you want to host an at home wedding or are choosing an exclusive venue, there are always opportunities to throw in your personal touches to every aspect of your special day. Keep reading to learn about how to incorporate your personality and style into your wedding florals.
It's most important to determine your wedding theme. If you're more of a minimalist or boho bride, a simple color palette with white and green florals might work best for you. We feature soft white roses along with an array of eucalyptus varieties and white snapdragon.
If the eucalyptus and white rose blend is still a little too much for you, you can opt for something even simpler. The Purity blend with white spray roses and white calla lilies is a simplistic, but beautiful, take on the bridal bouquet.
Or does your wedding have more of a Southern feel? Depending on your taste, your bouquets and floral arrangements can vary greatly. The Lilah Collection features flowers hued with soft purples and lavenders for the more non-traditional Southern bride.
Expecting to do a coastal or beach wedding? There are some lovely bouquets for you! With light hints of blue, the Seaside collection features dusty miller and white garden roses for the ultimate ocean feel. Even better, this collection can also work for a winter wedding!
Another thing that you may want to take into consideration is how DIY-capable you are. Many flowers are available in bulk and you can tailor your bouquets and arrangements to fit your specific preference and theme. If you're particularly crafty, the bulk floral route might be for you!
If you're planning to host an at home wedding due to COVID-19 or just because you want to, it's important that you find floral arrangements that reflect your wedding style. The good news is, Fork and Flowers offers both pre-arranged and bulk flowers depending on how comfortable you are with DIY.