Church Flowers For Weddings




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These photos of church flowers for weddings will get your imagination going with ideas for your own ceremony decorations. I always advise brides to use cheap wedding flowers for in front of the church and save the expensive flowers for the centerpieces and hand bouquets.

These flowers aren't that difficult to do and you can save a lot of money doing them yourself! Check out the tutorial links at the bottom of this page.

This traditional fan spray features white carnations, white gladiolus and mums. Very simple - yet very nice display!



The tall gladiolus make elegant lines that draw the eye upward and outward. If you plan to have two matching sprays, make them "mirror" images, with the angle of the flowers going in two different directions.



This is a truly simple design to do, yet the bright colors and variety of gladiolus makes it seem very lavish.



It's very easy to get almost the same effect by substituting red carnations for the red roses. From a distance, such as in the church pews, it's difficult to tell a difference.



Adding a few Asiatic lilies and the long lines of Bells of Ireland turn this floral into something very special.


Photographs courtesy John Henry. All rights reserved.




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