There are plenty of things that can be beautiful inspiration for your wedding, thus I have decided to begin a series of blog posts to exemplify that. For the first instalment of “Innovative Inspiration,” I have decided to use the Viktor Rolf Flowerbomb scent. A delicate pink hue and wrapped in an architectural bottle with a silver nameplate and black flower accent, this perfume is a fragrant and floral hyper-feminine scent. Enjoy the post and check out the Pinterest board at www.Pinterest.com/Accentonevents. Venue | In my mind, there are two venue options for this wedding: (1) based on the fragrance’s name, a gorgeous outdoor scene, which could easily paint the picture of effortless romance through nature’s beauty and calculated planning (2) inspired by the angularity of the perfume’s bottle, a trendy, geometric indoor location adorned with black modern furniture and dripping with pink flowers would perfectly embody the essence of Flowerbomb without being cliché.Floral | With a name like Flowerbomb, this realm of wedding planning is understandably important. As with all weddings, the floral selection is dependent on the date of the wedding. So, for the purposes of this blog, we’ll say that this is a spring wedding. The floral scheme that I envision for this wedding includes pinks, whites and blacks and because of Flowerbomb’s name, I’d like to include as many different seasonal flowers as possible in eclectic arrangement.
The first flowers that pop into my head are anemones and sweet peas, but I also see a place for other flowers such as cherry blossoms, cosmos, dahlias and poppies. Though the pinks and whites are easy to account for, the black color is more difficult, but it is found in the anemone flower and can be easily incorporated through vases and wrappings—such as in the bridal bouquets!
Table Settings | In my mind, there are two options for table settings, dependent on the venue. For an outdoor venue, I think that simple ivory linens and tableware would allow the flowers to be the focal point of the décor. Equipped with pink napkins, silver chairs and tall centerpieces, this scene would blow your guests away!
For an indoor reception, I would go linen-less with black furniture. This would perfectly make a modern and chic statement for your wedding, while the black furnishings would allow for something bold to be done with the head table- up to you! With the exception of short centerpieces, I wouldn’t change a thing from the outdoor table settings- simple elegance is key when using Flowerbomb as wedding inspiration.
Though I can’t discuss every aspect of weddings in this post, I have pinned much more to the Pinterest page. This is just one idea for extracting inspiration for your wedding from everyday objects. I hope you enjoyed this post and find your inspiration, and stay tuned for the next installment of “Innovative Inspiration!”