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The Color Red!


I've always said I'm not much for the color red. I don't drive a red car, I don't wear red lipstick, I don't have a red couch but I have to say when it comes to dramatic wedding colors - red really delivers! What's more striking and romantic than an all red bridal bouquet? If you are trying to be soft and romantic, red is not the color for you but if you want to scream, look at me, red really makes the point. This bouquet was one of my favorite red bouquets that we have done over the last few months. Berries, velvety roses, mini callas, sweetheart roses and scabiosa pods really give both drama and texture.


A small red rose accented with other elements from the wedding compliment this grooms rich red tie. A pop of color is always wonderful on a black tux but few colors have the drama of red!


These red and cream floral displays create a gorgeous back drop to this huge mirror at the Nassau Inn. This New Years eve wedding decor really complimented what was going on in the room during the season and the red flowers were a welcome addition to all the cream and gold tones of the room


Red and white remains a popular color combination. This bouquet of all red roses and stephanotis accented with pearl centers looked amazing up against her white bridal gown.  Not every bride would feel comfortable with a bouquet that has this much color but bride Jen loved it!

What I love about this bird cage decorated to accept all kinds of wonderful wedding cards, is that it brings the red color theme to every aspect of the decor. The best way to make your wedding memorable is to pick and theme and bring that theme to as many elements of your decor as possible.

To view more wedding flower designs visit our wedding website at http://www.perfectweddingflowers.com/.
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