Gorgeous and Unique Floral Ideas for Your Wedding

Sure, flowers are a staple at weddings. But brides are going outside of the box these days with unique floral arrangement ideas. We still love the classic look but here are some ideas with a fresh perspective.

 Take it down a notch
It may be hard to imagine, but small and simple is in and less is more! Brides are highlighting gorgeous aspects of their venue by using flowers as an accessory. If you have an elaborate indoor space, use small arrangements as an accent to draw attention to your favorite details. Many brides are incorporating alternative décor such as signs, lighting, and candles where flowers were once a staple. Surround these elements with simple greenery to tie it all together nicely.

Going simple with flowers also works as an alternative to an elaborate bridal bouquet. Make a grand entrance with a single stem rose (or your flower of choice) that blends with your ambiance and color scheme. Let your dress and accessories make a statement instead.

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Suspend your flowers
Centerpieces are brilliant, but you can open table space by hanging your flowers overhead. Tie in the colors with pedals on the table and on or two stems scattered throughout, but letting your statement suspend overhead with draw the attention of your guests to the space around you. Blending your arrangement with overhead lighting will also create and bright and elegant space.

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Create a pedal aisle
Imagine walking down a floral line pedal aisle to meet your hubby-to-be. This is a brilliant way to add color to your venue and feel like royalty. Pedals sprinkled by an adorable flower girl is classic and sweet, but an aisle of pedals brings your grand entrance to a whole new level. (Yes, we still think you should find a role for your flower girl!)

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Amazing Spring Wedding Ideas

Spring is such a beautiful time of year, and a great time to tie the knot!   The flowers are in bloom and love is certainly in the air. If you are planning…or hoping for… a Spring wedding, here are a few ideas to get you inspired.

Bright colors
Spring is all about colors. Flowers are in bloom and bright hues are everywhere you turn. This is the perfect time of year to compliment nature and spruce up your wedding with some color pops of your own. Whether you have a color theme in mind, or just want to add flare, you can’t go wrong with mixing all things bright.

Flowers everywhere
When you think of spring , more than likely you think of new life. Take advantage of nature and incorporate floral arrangements in untraditional places.

Cool refreshments
When the sun is shining, a cool refreshment is always nice to help you enjoy your surroundings. Jazz up your reception with unique cocktails (or mocktails) that compliment your theme. Anything infused with fruit will do the trick!

Hanging Decorations
Décor that hangs from the ceiling are always a beautiful way to fill space and add elegance to a spring wedding. Lanterns, decorated chandeliers, ribbon, and florals are beautiful accents to an outdoor or indoor space.

Picking the Right Flowers for Your Winter Wedding

Winter weddings are becoming more popular these days, opening a window of bold, beautiful and colorful ideas! Flowers are a classic way to accent wintery hues along with helping to create a romantically warm atmosphere. Whether you have the support of a professional florist, or plan to create a unique DIY bouquet, here are some lovely winter floral tips to get you started.


Seasonal Colors

First, keep the season in mind and know your theme. Are you creating a winter wonderland or tying the knot in a Christmas motif? Winter hues in deep and rich colors can beautifully accent your ensemble and fill the room with vibrancy. When fashioning any floral arrangement, allow one bold color to be the focal point and tie in a few accents. Steer away from incorporating too much color, especially in the bridal bouquet – simple is better in keeping your key shade color prominent.

Popular holiday themed wedding colors include red, green, silver and gold. If you are planning a different winter melody – winter white, ivory, deep blues, and purples are also very stylish.

Types of Flowers

Similar to color selections, it is best to choose seasonal flowers to form your arrangements. They will look healthy and you won’t pay a premium. Poinsettias are perfect decorations and centerpieces, but for the bridal bouquet here are some popular winter flower options:

  • Roses
  • Carnations
  • Tulips
  • Gardenias
  • Star of Bethlehem
  • Orchids
  • LiliesTo add texture to a bouquet try: freesia, holly, rosemary, and baby’s breath.

Accents are essential for adding flare to your floral arrangements. Lit candles look beautiful in the middle of decorative flower table arrangement and decor, plus they add extra warmth. Shimmery ribbons and bows, or velvet wraps are beautiful seasonal accents.

Consider including hearts or popberries to help your arrangement burst – the more they sparkle the better! Stay away from over accessorizing; you don’t want your flowers to take away from you.


Selecting your flowers is a very exciting part of planning your wedding and choosing just the right colors and types to fit your winter wedding theme will help your special day look and feel just perfect!

Top 5 DIY Wedding Ideas

Your wedding is one of the most important days of your life, don’t let it also be one of the most expensive! Now more than ever brides are substituting pricey wedding décor for masterful DIY pieces to create an event all their own. Here at Edmund’s we’ve come up with our Top 5 DIY ideas for your special day and how to personalize your wedding while saving money.


Your bouquet is one of the most important pieces in your wedding, so why not give it that personal touch? Instead of buying an expensive bouquet, follow our steps to make a unique piece all your own! All you will need are your favorite flowers, scissors, floral tape, and some ribbon!

  1. Make sure to get your flowers 2-3 days before your wedding to give them time to bloom, also make sure that you order a few extras of each type, just in case some arrive damaged or aren’t usable.
  1. Prepare your flowers by getting rid of leaves and thorns with a durable pair of scissors or even thorn trimmers. For the greenery pieces of your bouquet, make sure to only keep the top few leaves so that it isn’t too bulky or drawing attention away from the main flowers.
  1. Begin arranging your flowers with the base, meaning 3 to 4 flowers you want in the center. Then start adding pieces around them to expand the bouquet. Make sure not to cluster too many flowers of the same color together, and add a greenery piece every now and then for balance. Feel free to play with different heights for certain pieces to give your bouquet a lush look.
  1. When you are finished with your arrangement wrap the entire bouquet with floral tape. You can also wrap the bouquet as you add the flowers to give yourself more control over the arrangement (as sometimes things can shift while you’re forming your bouquet).
  1. Finally, tie your ribbon around the bouquet so that you cannot see the floral tape. And voila! You’re all set to walk down the aisle.


Candles are some of the simplest DIY centerpieces you can make, but your guests will think you spent big bucks! All you will need are candlesticks, clear glass vases, super glue, and your decorative pieces to get started.

  1. Clean out your glass vases so they are spotless. Any dirty vases will hinder from their elegance.
  2. Take your super glue and line it around the base of your candle stick. Insert the candles inside of your vase and let them sit for a while to settle.
  3. Insert your decorative pieces! Whether they be clear stones or flower petals, fill the sides of the vase so that they surround the candle. For an even more mystical effect, skip step 2 and fill your vases with your decorations and water. Then insert tea lights to float atop. And there you go! A beautiful and easy-to-create center piece that won’t take a hit on your budget.


One of the most recent (and fun!) trends is creating a balloon wall. Simply fill your balloons with air (not helium because you don’t want them to float away) and tape them to your wall in a fun formation! Your guests will have a blast taking pictures with them in the background and also helps you easily decorate your space! For added fun, paint cute messages on some balloons for a more personalized touch.

Guest Book

You’ll want to remember every detail of your wedding, including every person who attended. Guest books can be one of the most memorable features of your wedding, of which you can create a unique one all on your own! One of our favorites is creating a quick and easy photo-guest book using polaroid pictures! All you will need is some string, clothespins, permanent markers, and a polaroid camera and film.


  1. To get started, you’ll want to create a few horizontal rows with your string and attach them to a wall
  2. Create a small sign explaining to people to take a picture of themselves and pin the photos to the string.
  3. After your wedding, simply place the photos in a photobook.


Sparklers are the picture-perfect way to end your wedding reception. To not make your wedding look too much like a 4th of July event, add a special message on each individual sparkler. You’ll need a stencil cutter, a hole puncher, some string, and your personalized messages.

  1. Print out your messages, 1 for every sparkler you plan to use. Take your stencil cutter and cut out each message. Use your hole-puncher to punch a hole on the top and bottom of your message.
  1. Slip a sparkler between the two holes at the top and bottom of your message. Then tie a small piece of string to both the top and bottom of the message to keep it from sliding off of the sparkler. And you’re done! Your guests will send you off with well wishes and a fantastic end to a magical night. For more information from Something Turquoise, click here.

These stylish DIY ideas will help your budget-wedding look top-dollar! Remember that your wedding is about you, and the more personal touches you can add, the better. So create your own unique wedding and enjoy your special day!