ARE YOU SAYING YES TO THE LATHYRUS?
Lathyrus is a lovely little flower available in a lot of colours. Every wedding has its own distinct colour palette, but with the Lathyrus you will always find a perfect match!
Pastel colours are still on trend during the wedding season in 2017, but bolder colours are also very popular. This year a lot of trends clash, opposites attract with amazing combinations as the result. You can choose the soft pastel colours for the day-time and the ceremony and the bolder colours for the party.
PASTEL PURPLE WEDDING BOUQUET
Dream away with the soft appearance and fragrance of the Lathyrus in your wedding bouquet. Why not let her play a solo role? Add a few soft, flowy and long ribbons in complementary colours to finish this stunning yet simple wedding bouquet.
Make it complete and design a little floral ornament for the groom. The Lathyrus is perfect with its little flowers, it will be a subtle and romantic enhancement of the groom’s appearance.
Photography by Bradley James Photography
SAY YES TO THIS BOHEMIAN BEAUTY
Perhaps your client wished a more bohemian wedding. The Lathyrus will be a great addition. Her natural look will certainly appeal to your clients. Make a playful flower crown for the bride to wear. The bendable stems of the flower will be easy to use.
A little extra plus: the Lathyrus will not only make your bride look the part but also the delicious fragrance will surround the bride during the day.
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PARTY WITH THE LATHYRUS
A long summer night and a party from light to dark will follow the ceremony. It is time to turn up the colours!
- Add a little stronger colour to let the table arrangements pop, but keep the designs simple and effortless for bohemian styled wedding. The wine bottle with the table number in same colour as the flowers is a very nice little touch.
- Dutch floral designer Sarah Dikker is known for her colourful designs. In the middle picture you see an explosion of beautiful pastel colours.
- Like the combination of the pastels? But your bride and groom love a more traditional table setting? Then the picture on the right will be perfect for your customer.
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