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Wednesday, January 23, 2013

Flower Trends for 2013-Heirloom

Craspedia
Succulent

Heirloom embraces and honors the past but in a romantic, elegant manner that provides a modern feel with a nostalgic twist. The antique chic look has a soft yet approachable palette of muted hues that include sage, moss, pinks and a resurgence or peach. Accents of charcoal and gray add a modern edge that makes it a favorite with today’s bride. Flowers are mixture of old time favorites: garden roses, gypsophila and carnations combined with modern botanicals such as craspedia and succulents, blended to provide a soft textural look reflecting ageless values and aspirations. Vessels and accents should reflect the past and the present, hobnail, vintage colored glass and silver vases create the Heirloom feel.
Copy Courtesy of International Floral Distributors (IFD) 

Dusty Miller
Pink Peony

If dusting off grandma’s cameo and donning a little lace are on your to-do list, Heirloom flowers might be the perfect accent to your big day. Bloomin’ Bouquets loves to use an array of colored antique vases and jars to achieve this look. You can shop thrift stores for your vintage containers, explore family resources, or use a combination of found and inherited treasures. A charming taste of vintage will captivate all of your senses and provide the perfect romantic setting.

Rose Sahara
Peach Stock


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