One thing all brides really seem to love is the idea of simple wildflower bouquets and table arrangements. Wildflowers are blooming right now in Texas, and we're seeing inspiration pop up all over the place. We think wildflower weddings are prettiest if you don't mess with the color palette too much - an array of different flower types and colors (the way you'd find these flowers growing naturally) makes for a beautiful, cheerful table or bouquet. Here are a few favorite images, pulled from around the web:
Look at those colors and that texture! This gorgeous bouquet is a great contrast against the simplicity of that dress, don't you think? From Wedding Chicks.
Clean out your garage, decorate for your wedding: a collection of recycled bottles, wound with twine, makes a pretty centerpiece when filled with wildflowers. Found here.
We love burlap, and here it makes a pretty, rustic wrap for a wildflower bouquet.
Cakes topped with flowers look super lush, and wouldn't one dripping with wildflowers be amazing?
This site has a good list of edible flowers if you're interested!
This image of wildflowers in mismatched glass bottles is all over Pinterest; happily it is one of our past weddings. Check out the full post at Style Me Pretty.
Here's hoping these bright colors cheered up your Monday afternoon!