Dried Flowers are a huge trend right now, both for styling your Home and your Wedding day. Just a simple scroll through Pinterest will show you just how hot this Wedding trend is right now and there are so many reasons why you should incorporate Dried Flowers into your Wedding Day. Check out our top 5 reasons to choose Dried Flowers below.
Dried Flowers Last
For such a long time couples have had to choose between fresh or artificial flowers. Dried & Preserved flowers are such a good choice as you can keep them in your home as decoration for years after your big day. They need very little maintenance, keeping them dry and out of direct sunlight, Dried Flower Bouquets will last for around 3 years. Dried Wedding Flowers have been a trend in warmer climates for so long because they do not wilt and die. I love that you can keep dried bouquets without the need or cost of any further preservation. The table displays make beautiful gifts for people who have contributed to your day.
Dried Flowers Co-ordinate with any style
Long gone are the days of brittle colourless flowers collecting dust in your granny's kitchen. Welcome glorious luxury blooms dried and preserved to create stunning masterpieces that will have you and your guests swooning all day. Whether you’re dreaming of a boho, Industrial Chic or Country Garden Wedding, dried & preserved flowers will suit almost every style. They give you a texture that you just can't achieve with fresh florals, how dreamy and romantic are our Pampas Bouquets. The preserved rose stems that we use in our bouquets look and feel like a fresh rose so you can definitely have your cake and eat it too!
Dried Flowers are Wedding Budget Friendly
While Dried flowers usually work out to be similar in cost to fresh flowers the value in terms of how long they will bring joy to you is makes them such great value.
There is no need to spend money on preserving your flowers after your wedding day and arrangements can easily be dual purpose by moving them from ceremony decorations to be table decorations as your Wedding Breakfast.
Dried Flowers aren't just for the Girls
How amazing does our Jon look with a dried flower buttonhole. As Dried flowers tend to be more robust than Fresh, they are an excellent choice for buttonholes. The lavender in this design will give an air of calm too whilst your groom is waiting to say "i do"
A massive Thank you to The Ivory Dressing Room for loaning us the stunning wedding gowns you see in these images and to our wonderful neighbour Angela Sayers Photography for letting us use her studio to get the perfect shots for this blog.