Tulips – the quintessential Springtime flower we can't get enough of here at Celebrations! So many colors, textures and sizes of these pretty buds are available, they are perfect for adding a little punch to any party! From bridal bouquets to nosegays and centerpieces for any soiree, tulips are versatile and so soft and feminine. They also look great on their own or in a cluster of other beautiful buds! We absolutely swoon over these lush pink and green bouquets from Flowers by Semia, perfect for any springtime wedding with a preppy and fun color palette that we just adore- it's just so Lily Pulitzer!
White tulips with organic green in tight clusters make for an elegant and sleek look, just perfect for a clean and edgy event as Stoneblossom Floral and Event Design shows above, left. Alternatively, using tulips and pairing them with an exotic flower like the protea against unexpected baby blue makes for an exciting ensemble above, right.
The vibrancy or orange tulips plays nicely with soft pink peonies in the above, left. Above right, Blush Floral Design has fun with crimson colored parrot tulips, the texture and feather-like edges are stunning all on their own or in a cluster!
Below, Lilacs created these fresh springtime centerpieces with towering tulips and organic cherry blossom branches, keeping guests eyes elevated to take in the beautiful architectural details of the space.
Tell us, do you love tulips as much as we do? Leave us a comment and let us know!
Tulips – the quintessential Springtime flower we can't get enough of here at Celebrations! So many colors, textures and sizes of these pretty buds are available, they are perfect for adding a little punch to any party! From bridal bouquets to nosegays and centerpieces for any soiree, tulips are versatile and so soft and feminine. They also look great on their own or in a cluster of other beautiful buds!
Happy Valentine's Day, friends! We put together a little inspiration board for today, the sweetest of days, where we get to tell others how much we love them with letters and chocolates and flowers! This board really concentrates on some of our favorite RED ideas for celebrations!
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We ADORE petite gloves for your wedding day or any day really! Especially when paired with big over the top necklaces in bright and bold colors and simple and classic hair.
Why not spread the love with beautiful Red Velvet Cupcakes (or any of your favorite flavors) to share with your sweetheart? This one, from Sweet Indulgence (photo by Heidi Hope) is topped with a cute little paper heart!
Red and white are the typical Valentine's Day colors, but we love how clean and eclectic this tablescape is. From a wedding at Belle Mer with floral design by Greenlion Weddings and photo by Melissa Robotti.
Red Tights. Enough said. We are absolutely swooning over the bold tight trend here at Bliss,especially when a bride goes with a great vibrant color peeking out from under a short dress and peep toe shoe for her wedding day. This would also be a great rehearsal dinner look!
This classic tablescape via Martha Stewart has a bit of an Asian vibe, super romantic and a little exotic. We love the use of the red Chiavari chairs and how the clusters of different red flowers down the runner are mirrored with the cluster of paper lanterns hung overheard (the little ribbon streamers really add a unique touch).
When setting your Valentine's Day table, why not go for a preppy look with these slick settings from Be Our Guest?
No Valentine's Day manicure is complete without a bold and bright classic red.
Hope our cute little board made you smile today! Spread the love by letting us know what you are doing for Valentine's Day by leaving a comment below!
We absolutely love getting little emails from our readers, asking us to help with inspiration for their celebrations! One reader recently asked us to create an inspiration board for her upcoming wedding- the theme: shades of blush! We love the use of gradients, or ombre, especially when it comes to pink. Keeping the colors in the same family, but using different textures, shades, and styles will really let the pink pop! We love mix and match bridesmaids' dresses, letting your girls pick styles and shades that reflect best with their shapes and skin tones. Does your groom dare to wear blush as well? In sweet southern linen or seersucker, giving him a blazer or jacket in a soft hue would play nice with the rest of the boys in navy or white. Blush pink also is a great neutral background for bold patterns like black and white stripes or polka dots, or going a little preppy with navy blue or kelley green (think Lily Pulitzer). Here is what we came up with! Want us to create an inspiration board for you? Just post on our Facebook wall!