Three Wedding Trends That are Here to Stay!
Classic elegance is something to strive for. Some wedding trends may come and go, but you'll want to keep these three near and dear to your heart. When you tap into them, they will leave your guests "oohing" and "ahhing" all night long.
BLUSH | PINK | CORAL
The several shades of pink make the perfect wedding colors. Not only is it soft and sweet but it works well for all seasons. This color will always remain elegant and romantic. When you combine pink with other color palettes, it takes on a whole new look and you can always find the one you like!
Will you be our next "blushing" bride?
Images by: Jennifer Driscoll Photography, Danielle Harris Photography, Bailey Elle Photography, Sarah Knuth Photography, Sami Renee Photography,
The sky is the limit. Literally. Hanging or suspended floral decor can really elevate your wedding ceremony and reception.
From soft touches of greenery over your head table to flower chandeliers over the dance floor, hanging decor comes in all shapes, forms, and colors.
Photos by: Sarah Knuth Photography, Jessica Strickland Photography, Carpenter Photography, Traci & Troy Photography, Jennifer Driscoll Photography
Floral installations continue to be one of the coolest ways to personalize your wedding. Let us get creative with stunning floral backdrops, chuppahs or photo walls.
Make your flowers work double-duty. From a beautiful background for your vows to a fun place for guests to take pictures at your reception.
Go simple with a wreath made of greenery or kick it up a notch and drape your favorite blooms over an archway to create an elegant backdrop or entrance.
Photos by: Vow & Forever Photography, Carpenter Photography, Ivan & Louise Photography, Swan Luxury Photography,
McNamara Florist has been a trusted name in the wedding industry for more than 60 years. We can create the perfect floral designs to complement and enhance your wedding or event.
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