How to use succulents for your wedding day


Tuesday, February 4

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Looking for depth of color?  The beauty of succulents is their versatility.  They’re gorgeous on their own providing surprising seasonal color palates – lush shades of violet, green, yellow, orange and blue.  Their floral appeal grows deeper in combinations with tight clusters of roses, calla lilies, sunflowers – you name it.  Your favorite traditional flower contrasted with succulents will go great with any wedding color scheme.  Don’t just stop there… add a glowing touch of masculinity to your man’s boutonniere… and coordinate it all with matching up centerpieces.

Succulents require little water and last a lifetime with a bit of attention. Be adventurous and incorporate succulents into your bridal bouquet.  While some brides will hang dry their bouquets or press their fallen petals into an old book, you can preserve your bouquet by giving it a second life. After your wedding, transfer the succulents into your own terrarium, DIY, of course! Succulents will not only make an everlasting bouquet, they will create everlasting memories.


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