If you are looking for Vintage Wedding Ideas check out this wedding I did at Crow Canyon Country Club in Danville, Ca. This was a wedding I did last year and I just was notified that it is featured in Borrowed & Blue, you can see the spread here…if Vintage Floral Design or Peach, Green and Ivory is your color scheme, you may want to check this out.
When Jessica first came to me she already knew what she wanted. She was very clear about wanting Juliette Garden Roses in her bouquet…actually, she wanted them in all the bouquets and centerpieces until she saw the price to include them. She opted for a couple other peach roses to use in the bridesmaid bouquets and centerpieces, which still looked beautiful, but at a more reasonable cost.
A very special feature of this vintage wedding was the incorporation of Juliette Garden Roses, a beautiful peach rose! If you are looking for Vintage Wedding Ideas, consider including some vintage garden roses. Garden roses are quite popular now. They come in all kinds of colors and every single one of them is BEAUTIFUL! Be prepared though, they are quite a bit more expensive than everyday roses. They are becoming more and more available as growers add them to their production fields.
If you are looking for Vintage Wedding Ideas, consider paging through books at the library where you will find much inspiration. Although pastel colors like mint green, peach and ivory are often seen in Vintage photos, you will also see bolder colors of burgundy, purple and forest green. I think that if you are looking for Vintage Wedding Ideas and already have a color scheme in mind, you will be pleasantly surprised at how easy it will be to use those colors and still have a Vintage Wedding look and feel.
Here are a few other garden roses to give you some Vintage Wedding Ideas inspiration.
Angie Zimmerman has been creating floral designs practically her entire life. It started as a hobby and became a career. Angie LOVES to share her knowledge and experience with other floral designers and lovers of flowers. Angie teaches floral design through Lovegevity/Wedding Planning Institute and her own traveling Extreme Floral Design Workshops. For the novice or flower hobby people she offers super easy floral design instruction at her other website, http://flowerarranging101.tv.