Asked by Anonymous
You’re in luck! I’ve actually had a cherry blossom wedding in the works for a little while but had only just gotten started. Cherry blossoms are in bloom in the early spring, so I wanted to incorporate some ideas to give the same feel even after their season. A cherry blossom wedding would have soft, delicate details and be all about sweet romance.
I especially like the lacy architecture on the arch for the ceremony, echoed in the garden chairs and panels for the escort cards. Soft pinks are a must but I would pair them with warm blues and gold to avoid too much pink. Ruffled flowers like peonies, roses, and ranunculus can evoke the same qualities as cherry blossoms. I would use the actual flowers sparingly if you’re able to get them - a tall arrangement at the sign in table to welcome guests, a couple at the bar, and scattered along the tables paired with small round arrangements with lots of fresh spring greenery.
I like the use of long tables for an intimate wedding - they can help fill up your reception space. Soft drapery is great for adding that extra touch as well and can keep the dining area cozy without holding in all that Miami heat.
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