So a growing wedding trend is brooch bouquets, and ever since I saw one I knew I HAD to have one....
New year, new hopes that many noivinhas will be getting married this year 2012.
In 2011, one of the facts I checked through the emails that I receive here in the column, is that many brides want to know what colors to use for your decor, but have no knowledge of what flowers to use or what the flowers are related to the term "noble flowers" when designers send their budgets.
So, starting this year 2011, I decided to open it with a practical and objective summary of the flowers commonly used in wedding decorations and colors commonly found and used.
Decorating on a budget wedding (and events as well) is that the usual discriminate flowers used will be specified as the "noble flowers." Open except when the client request comes to us with a specification or a different theme such as wild flowers or flowers-tropical vegetation.
What are the flowers that are broken down as "noble flowers?" Come (discriminarei reiterating here that the most commonly used in the decorations)!