July Newsletter: Summer Colors, Country Weddings, & Dried Flowers
Whether you’re planning your big day or looking to spice up your space, sunny shades are taking center stage this season. Embrace yellow and all its trendy glory, pair ochre tones with a dash of blue or combine it all for a saturated statement. Summer’s full of bright blooms, embrace it by choosing stems that last all season. Pair artificial flowers in muted tones with a dash of lavender and compliment your bold blooms with dried flowers and grasses. A few of our favorite stems: silk poppies, dried and artificial protea, and faux peonies.
Bold Bud Vases + Dried Flowers
As much as we’d love to be OOO all summer, desk duty calls. Cultivate new energy in your workspace this summer with bright bud vases
all dressed up with dried florals
. Pair a pop of color with a subtle dried sprig or give your eyes a rest with soothing shades of sage and eucalyptus. Don’t underestimate the power of an accent color, a little happiness goes a long way!
Trending: Country Wedding
Rustic, meet chic. Country weddings
are having a moment and we’re loving it! Wildflowers, raw edge wood accents
, and dried flowers and grasses
combined create a country vibe without overdoing it. Team tip: elevate your outdoor event with artificial flowers that won’t wilt in the sun and can be reused after the ceremony. Create small table arrangements of dried & artificial flowers, your guests or bridesmaids can take them home post-ceremony as lifelong gifts!
Submit Your Wedding Contest
Just hitched, engaged, or already planning your dream day? Congratulations! Now’s your chance to win $1000. If you used our flowers at your wedding or plan to in 2019, enter our contest
for a chance to win and be featured on our site. Our 6th Annual Submit Your Wedding Contest is now open and we can’t wait to see your beautiful designs and our artificial flowers in action!
Photographer: @lifesfrostings // Photographer: Natalie Watson Photography // Photographer: @mlleartsy // Photographer: Step On Me Photography
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