Bronze Wedding Flower Ideas

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Bronze Wedding Flower Ideas
Bronze flowers can be a colourful addition to wedding bouquets. (iris image by claudiameyer from Fotolia.com)

Bronze wedding flowers offer a metallic look and are often used in fall weddings because they match the colours of the season. Popular bronze wedding flowers include thistles, mums and cymbidium orchids. Bronze flowers can enhance the colour theme of a wedding through use in invitations, favours and centrepieces.

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Bronze Wedding Flower Invitations

Couples who are including bronze in their wedding colours can easily incorporate the metallic shade into the invitations. Professional invitation designers can include bronze flowers in the design. Couples can give the company a sample of the bronze they are using for the designer to replicate on the invitation. Couples who are creating homemade invitations can draw bronze flowers in their designs. More creative brides and grooms can create bronze flower cut-outs that will serve as their invitations.

Bronze Wedding Flower Favors

Another way to incorporate bronze flowers into a wedding is through the favours. Most couples want to give out unusual favours that fit the theme and colour scheme of their wedding. Those who are using bronze can give guests chocolate flowers that will complement the bronze flowers. Many chocolate companies can create chocolate flowers for weddings. Couples can place the wrapped chocolate flowers in a small basket with real bronze flowers adorned on the side. Couples can choose from a variety of real flowers that fit with their theme, including bronze daisies or mums.

Bronze Wedding Flower Centerpieces

Centrepieces are another way to add bronze flowers to a wedding. Traditionally, wedding centrepieces include an assortment of flowers matching the event's colour scheme. Brides and grooms who are using bronze as a colour can consider using mums, bronze cymbidium orchids, tinted baby's breath, thistles, or mums. For an added touch, the bride and groom can add bronze or metallic fabric into the centrepiece or use a metallic vase. Bronze fabrics and adornments can add texture to the centrepiece.

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