Welcome back to Wedding Week by chic Saturday!  Recently, we took some time to feature several sweet bouquet styles for you to have and to hold on your way down the aisle.  Today we will take a look at ways to carry that theme through the rest of the day or night.  From centerpiece possibilities to the bridal party bouquets, here are some beautiful ideas for floral inspirations.

Pale blush and ivory hues accompanied by candlelight and sparkle lend an elegant feel to this first gorgeous look.  Gracefully understated, yet no detail is overlooked.  Absolutely lovely!

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Sweet, simple and eye catching, this type of arrangement can be designed to coordinate with any color palette necessary.  I love how the runner works with the chosen hues and the ribbon around the white holder adds a bit of personality and whimsy creating a very fresh look here that would work so nicely for an outdoor, summertime event.

Striking contrast makes this style really stand out.  The combination of both reds and pinks is anything but childhood valentine.  Much the opposite, this pairing creates an elegant and sophisticated look.

This one is nothing if not fresh, modern and simply understated all of which I find quite appealing.  Less clutter, more color with plenty of room for your guests to enjoy your cleverly crafted seating arrangement.  Great choice for a daytime affair as well.

Here's a different take on the beach theme.  Why not use shells to replace the idea of flowers?  This would be a wonderful way to go for any bride {or guest for that matter} who is troubled by allergies.  I love the use of the scalloped shells as small table bowls and the chocolate linens are such a chic accompaniment to the overall look. This option would definitely be an unexpected twist and could even be designed so that each guest could take home their own shell as a memento. 

Ah, so sweet, so romantic, so well-suited for an afternoon garden party wedding.  The soft pinks so beautifully compliment the darker shades and come together to say "I love you" without ever having said a word.  The combination of peonies and ranunculus, sweet peas and 'Kwanzan' cherry branches are perfect for the ultra-feminine bride.

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One final idea towards dressing your tables and site is this embellished look featured here.  The high placement of flowers both on the tables as well as atop the chandeliers takes the eye up and expands the visual depth of the chosen venue.  This one one be a perfect choice for the bride and groom who are hosting a formal, evening event.


Now that we've seen some of the many ways you might choose to adorn your tables and setting, here is a peek at how the overall theme can play out via you and your bridal party...

pink and chocolate

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navy and chartreuse

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chocolate and orange

champagne and roses

These looks are as different as they are beautiful, each with its own unique character and appeal.  Again, the time of year and choice of venue will certainly help you to narrow down your favorites.  With careful planning and consideration, you will creatively craft the look of your dreams.

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