Alabama Weddings Magazine

2017

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90 A W Design elements are elevated to an even higher level when designer blooms and artistic touches, such as gold Manzanita branches, are included. This approach to pew decor opens the door to all kinds of unique and breathtaking options; all that's required is a ready budget and a willingness to explore. Here we used a base of gold Manzanita branches which are covered in butterflies and topped off with a beautiful bouquet and cascading greenery. There's no limit to the possibilities-just give your floral designer the nod. As you add flowers to your pew design, consider placing them at a higher level for better viewing. A bouquet makes a wonderful statement when it is fixed upon the pew itself. The addition of a luscious amount of thick garland trailing down fills the end of the pew and further elevates the impact. When considering how to decorate church pews for a wedding, remember that they should reflect the general mood of the wedding. And while your budget may allow for bigger arrangements, remember that they should still be small enough to not get in the way of the guests. Watching your pennies doesn't mean you have to overlook areas such as the aisle or pews of your ceremony site. One budget-friendly option is the inclusion of unique and beautiful items, such as this collection of Audrey Lanterns, which add a cozy, warm glow to the end of the pew. You can then add simple greenery, such as astilbe, Italian ruscus, Jackson vine, and/or seeded eucalyptus, accented with white Majolika spray roses, ranunculus, and snowberry. $$$ $$ $ Floral Design: HotHouse Design Studio Props: PropHouse

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