Church Flower Arrangement



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A church flower arrangement design can take on a lot more exciting looks now that just the old fashioned "fan spray". Tall vases filled with overflowing blloms, painted birch branches and incorporating wreaths are all acceptable decor for today's wedding ceremonies.

Look for arrangments that will make the most impact with flowers and color combinations, rather than trying to fill large spaces with a lot of small vases here or there.

Mmmmm . . . who doesn't love roses? Fitted in a clear, chunky vase, these golden beauties would make a stunning display for your wedding ceremony!



Although a relatively inexpensive flower, gladiolus are a tall and lovely flower that can grace your church in almost every color imaginable.



All in pink, these Oriental lilies, miniature Gerbera daisies, fragrant pink stock and roses are a winner according to most any bride.



Cool greens mixed with miniature pink spray roses create an old-fashioned love bouquet.



A tall spray of gladiolus can be circled by a color-coordinated fruit accent. Surround with a green collar of salal tips (lemon leaf). In a brightly colored container, this bouquet is sure to turn heads!



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