Country-Inspired Wedding Flower Arrangements
For couples who are planning a gorgeous wedding in the rural side perhaps these stunning country-inspired wedding flower arrangements we’re showing here can really make gorgeous sources of inspiration or choices. We think that the weddings that take place in the middle of the nature are more inviting, cheerful, delightful and enjoyable than those booked for indoors locations. But this is only our opinion and it doesn’t mean that you must adopt it for your own wedding.
However, the truth is that the number of couples who decide in the end to spend their wedding day outdoors, in a more natural environment or location is constantly increasing. This means that the brides and grooms today are interested in spending a more joyful, fun and cozy wedding where they can feel more comfortable in their light-weight cloths. Locations like gardens, parks, backyards, open fields, mountain tops, beaches, islands, coasts, deserts, forests or country sides are only a few of the most popular venues or places where most of the casual couples today decide to spend their wedding.
You can choose any other wild or exotic location, according to the exact type of wedding ceremony and reception you’re planning. In terms of wedding glower arrangements, “country inspired” can mean rustic, fluffy, vibrant, vividly colored, eye-catchy, attractive, natural, organic, simplistic, radiant, casual, cozy, loose, creative, artistic, original, bold, provocative, unusual, whimsically romantic and inspiring.
We invite you to browse for more articles on various rustic and country wedding flower centerpieces and bouquets on our website in case you want to explore and examine closely more designs and arrangement styles that you can choose or get inspired from for your own wedding. We are going to give you a few examples of flower blooms that you can use for creating and composing your unique country-inspired wedding flower arrangements and centerpieces: sweet peas, gardenias, irises, garden roses, narcissuses, gladiolus, hydrangeas, pansies, tulips, asters, orchids, lilies of the valley, freesias, chrysanthemums, carnations, gerbera daises, stephanotises, anemones, amaryllises, lilacs, magnolias, dahlias, baby’s breath, hibiscuses, lavenders, sunflowers, Black eyed Susan, marigolds, chamomiles, zinnias, delphiniums, ranunculuses, peonies, gingers or yarrows.
As for the colors that you can use for these types of arrangements, perhaps the yellow, the brown and the green palettes are the most adequate ones. You can also use purples and blues in order to obtain a more romantic, sensual, feminine and delicately refined atmosphere or effect.11