Wedding Flowers Merrimack NH
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Greenburrow Florist(603) 424-3734
589 Daniel Webster Hwy
The Flower Cart(603) 472-2744
15 N Amherst Rd
Countryside Florist(603) 432-4110
4 Orchard View Dr # 102a
Tsubaki Flowers(603) 886-0003
203 Central St
Flower Stop(603) 732-0004
187 Elm St
Amaryllis Florist(800) 628-3613
Dixieland Florist & Gift Shop Inc(603) 669-2998
414 Donald St
Celestes Flower Barn(603) 623-5835
300 Varney St
Shirleys Flowers & Sweets(603) 595-2208
138 Concord St
Flowers On The Hill(603) 883-7080
290 Derry Rd
Finding the Right Colors for Your Wedding Flowers
Colors and flowers play a major role in wedding decor and it’s up to your florist and event planner to use these colors to make the event come alive. Here, we offer suggestions on how to use your wedding colors with floral arrangements to enhance any venue.
More ideas using your Wedding flowers to enhance your wedding can be found in our gallery.
Selecting a color scheme:
A color scheme is always a good way to link the entire event and bring harmony to the scene. The wedding color chosen for the time of year is equally important. The choice of wedding colors must be the special preference of the bride and certainly can vary from deep purples and reds to periwinkle blue and butter cream. No matter what the setting — from ballroom to living room, from private garden to public park or beach, your flowers will serve to enhance the decor of your venue.
Take time to look at other wedding colors schemes in books or magazines, and note how the weather and the light will affect the coloring that have been used. Keep in mind that light weather, natural or artificial can change the true color of a flower.
See more wedding flowers in our gallery.
Considering the color scheme of your venue:
The church colorings can have an influence on the scheme as well. If there is a very strong element, such as a deep blue carpet or bright red pew cushions, these might need to be considered. This may all seem of little importance, but the end result will fully justify the time taken to get it right.
Colors for your bridal bouquet:
With hundreds of choices comes the challenge of hundreds of possibilities. The correct choice depends of course, on the bride’s taste and preference. The goal is to convey personality through color and style.When the bride prefers to carry out a monochromatic color with the gown and flower color, wedding flowers should be bold with a range of color values, forms and textures.
Colors for your bridesmaid's bouquets: