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Selecting wedding flowers is a lot like eating what’s in season: Choosing what’s abundant means both better quality and a better price. Put your faith in both Mother Nature and your florist to determine what blossoms to use for the wedding party, as well as venue and reception décor. Choose a color palate rather than a specific color and flower. In other words, be flexible.


One trend destined to continue in 2015 is rustic, blushingly soft, pastel bouquets. A pale, delicate mix of coral, pink, blush, ivory, yellow and white with both spring and dusty greens is glorious. As for containers, forget standard floral vases. Seasonal blooms of any color, gathered in flea market tarnished silver, tin, pewter, mercury glass or even gold spray-painted vegetable cans make for a creative, just-picked, unfussy look.
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