Boutonnieres for Every Groom

When planning your wedding flowers, remember that the groom needs a finishing touch to his look! Traditionally, the groom would pin a flower from the bride’s bouquet. And while we love a tradition at Celebrate, we also love new trends. Here are some of our favorites from Martha Stewart Weddings.

Really Romantic:

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Makeup: Blue thistle, eucalyptus, and soft pink blooms.

Rustic & Seasonal:

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Makeup: Green-and-white bout, complete with exotic greens and a single cream flower.

Elegant & Regal:

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Makeup: A sprig of greens, an orchid, and a calla lily.

Soft & Subtle:

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Makeup: Wrapped in tuxedo black satin, an un-unopened peony and textured greens.

Textured Pop:

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Makeup: A speckled magenta bloom with surrounding greenery.

At Celebrate at Snug Harbor, you have over 80 acres of lush gardens to choose from, so you’re able to have just about any floral combination you wish for your big day! For more inspiration, check out our Pinterest page!

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Winter Wedding Decor

The winter months can be the most romantic months of the year. Capture the magic of the season by incorporating some of these winter wedding details we love from Bridal Guide!

Tree-lined aisle decor

Perfect for a ballroom or indoor ceremony, elevate your aisle by adding white trees and candles.

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Pinecone Bouquet

Perfect for an indoor wedding or winter garden photos on Snug Harbor, add a few pine cones to your bouquet!

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Rustic Ring Bearer Pillow

These pinecones and greenery are the perfect way to incorporate a rustic touch to your ceremony.

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Chair Accents

Rather than add chair covers, include a touch of pine or a winter green to the back of your guest chairs.

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Mistletoe Cake

Who doesn’t love mistletoe? Why not make it the accent to your cake!

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At Celebrate Snug Harbor, you can include all of these winter wedding decorations and more. For more winter wedding inspiration, check out our Pinterest page!

Creative Bridal Bouquets

When it comes to choosing your bouquet, try to choose flowers that will match well with your dress, your venue, and your color scheme. If you’re looking to go beyond the traditional bouquet, we’ve highlighted our favorites from Elle Decor to give you some floral inspo.

Overgrown Bouquet

Gather your favorite seasonal wildflowers and trim them all different lengths to accentuate each color and texture!

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Fern Bouquet

Let your bouquet stand out by adding feathery ferns to blooming white flowers of your choice!

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Ribbon Bouquet

Choose the bouquet of your preference and then add a ribbon around to give it one more fun touch. This is a great way to make your flowers stand out!

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Hoop Bouquet

If you have a garden wedding or a rustic themed wedding, you can’t go wrong adding this romantic and fun hoop bouquet. You can add fresh or dried flowers and your pictures will be one of a kind!

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Our tip is to consult your Event Designer to make sure your flower choices match the decor of your wedding venue. At Celebrate at Snug Harbor, you have over 80 acres of lush gardens to choose from, so you’re able to have just about any floral combination you wish for your big day! For more inspiration, check out our Pinterest page!

Spring Wedding Bouquets

As spring quickly approaches, it’s time to think about the seasonal touches you can add to your bridal look. There’s nothing that highlights a wedding gown like a springtime bouquet. The best part about selecting a bouquet is that you can’t go wrong if you focus on seasonal flowers. We’ve selected our favorites, highlighted by Martha Stewart Weddings and are pairing them with our favorite spots of Snug Harbor!

Soft Tones

When you think spring, you think soft, pastel tones. Combine your favorite pastels with light greens to create a unique, seasonal bouquet!

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These pastel tones will pair beautifully with the old world charm of the Great Hall at Snug Harbor and custom centerpieces!

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Sunny Spring

You can never go wrong with yellow. Perfect for any outdoor ceremony, bring together all types of yellow flowers to create a lovely bouquet to hold going down the aisle.

Sunny spring Bouquet

Allow your sunny hues to pop in the beautiful and custom tree tunnel of Snug Harbor!

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Pop of Fuschia

The best part about adding in a bold pop of color is in your bouquet is that it becomes your statement piece. Not only will it be a fun statement piece, but it will also bring out the white or ivory tone of your wedding gown.

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The unique bamboo garden of Snug Harbor is the perfect backdrop for a wedding photo. Your pop of color in your bouquet will look stunning!

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Springtime Succulents

Who doesn’t love succulents? The best way to bring your favorite florals together is to have a flower or greenery that works as the “glue” in your bouquet. Succulents add the perfect texture to any bouquet!

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Imagine setting down your succulent bouquet on your reception table in the rustic Tented Pavilion of Snug Harbor!

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For more inspiration, check out our Pinterest page!

Winter Wedding Centerpieces

Centerpieces are the focal point of your wedding tables. No matter what size or colors you choose, make it your goal to have your winter wedding centerpieces be the light of your table that draws your guests together. Brides.com offers some inspiration!

Go for the winter rustic look by gathering some white tulips and leveling them with trimmed twigs. The different textures compliment each other beautifully.

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For a unique and less traditional centerpiece, scatter pine cones throughout the table and strategically place raised candle holders between them. Your table will look chic and have the charm of winter.

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If you’re looking for a winter “wow factor,” try using a tall vase the hold dendrobium orchids with hanging votives. Elegant and fun!3 tall dendrobium orchids with hanging glass votives

To really capture the essence of winter, place pine cones and your favorite winter greens in a vase with faux snow. Accent the vase with a birch bark tube for the ideal winter look.

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You can’t go wrong with adding a bit of winter charm to any centerpiece. Let this be a detail you have fun planning and take risks with. For more ideas, visit our Pinterest page!

Autumn Bouquets To Fall For

The bouquet provides the finishing touch to complete the Bride’s look for the day.  The bouquets featured in this Martha Stewart link are an inspiration for anyone looking to bring charm and elegance to their Fall or Winter Wedding.

Farm Bundle

This bouquet is a combination of craspedia, protea, and other branches with varying textures. This is the perfect color and texture combination to embody the fall rustic charm each bride hopes for.

Autumn orchids

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Orchids are never a bad idea. This elegant bouquet is a stunning combination of orchids, ranunculus, and celosia, plus pincushion protea and a frame of umbrella ferns.

 

Sunny Stems

If you’re looking for a bouquet to be subtle, yet charming, consider incorporating anemones to a leafy and smaller bundle. The combination of yellows, greens, and brown provide that rich autumn feel.

Surprise elegance

Never underestimate the power of berries! This stunning combination of roses, greenery, berries, and an elegant white ribbon certainly are the perfect finishing touch to this bride’s look.

Good as gold

We saved our personal favorite for last. This autumn bouquet is a lovely combination of mustard yellow, peach, butter yellow, and pink roses in a cluster of mixed leaves. It takes our breath away!
With fall flowers, you’re options are endless. The best part about having an autumn wedding is that the perfect bouquet doesn’t need to be neat and symmetrical. The more textures and colors, the better! To see more options, check out our Pinterest page!

Fall Centerpieces

Whether you’re getting married indoors or outdoors, there’s nothing not to love about fall weddings. For this reason, have fun and be creative with your table centerpieces. We’ve gathered our favorite pieces from Bridal Guide to help narrow down your choices!

Josh Lynn Photo Large Flute Vase
Photo Credit: Josh Lynn Photography

You don’t have to have an unlimited amount of flowers for your centerpiece. Try elevating a smaller assortment of roses and eucalyptus leaves with an oversized flute vase. Top the centerpiece off with rustic branches to complete this wow factor piece.

Cary Pennington Photo Rustic branches
Photo credit: Cary Pennington Photography

Give rustic a whole new meaning by painting any existing branches or twigs in your centerpiece. You can keep your floral arrangement small, while making the painted branches your focal point of the table. Very chic!

Harvest Inspo- Lisa Lefkowitz on Snippet Ink
Photo credit: Lisa Lefkowitz via Snippet Ink

Allow the fall season to inspire your centerpiece by adding a touch of autumn harvest to it. Infusing small apple branches in this blush centerpiece is absolutely stunning and fitting for both an indoor or outdoor reception.

Carrie Wildes Photo branch and lantern
Photo credit: Carrie Wildes Photography

Sometimes the perfect centerpiece can be so simple and elegant that you don’t need flowers at all. This assortment of antiqued candle holders paired with a jeweled branch is just the right touch for a long dinner table.
You’ll want your table to capture the essence of the fall season: cozy and inviting. So be sure to use elements of the season to grab your guests’ attention at your reception. For more inspiration, check out our Pinterest page!

Flowers for Your Fall Wedding

The fall is a season of stunning colors and textured foliage. There are no wrong choices when choosing the right flowers for your fall wedding. With some mixing and matching, you can create a one of a kind bouquet. We’ve gathered spotted some unique pieces from Brides.com to help you get inspired as the fall season approaches!  

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Photo by Rebecca Yale
Created by Raquel Corvino

 

Try contrasting deep burgundy-colored dahlias, with light pink roses, white peonies, and eucalyptus leaves, as featured in the bouquet above.

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Photo by Helios Images
Created by Burst + Bloom

 

Have fun mixing calla lilies, garden roses, and tulips. Fall offers a variety of floral colors to choose from so any color scheme looks stunning!

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Photo by Rebecca Yale
Created by Ava Flora

If you’re looking to focus more on textures than colors, the photo above is a great inspo piece. Ava Flora created a cascading bouquet of roses, snowberries, lisianthus, calla lilies, and orchids, surrounded by ivy and eucalyptus leaves.

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Photo by Alea Lovely
Created by Victorian Gardens

This unique bouquet is the ultimate embodiment of the fall season. Victorian Gardens used white roses, wheat, greenery, and feathers, tied with a silk ribbon to capture the rustic feel of the season.

Our tip is to consult your Event Designer to make sure your flower choices match the decor of your wedding venue. At Celebrate at Snug Harbor, you have over 80 acres of lush gardens to choose from, so you’re able to have just about any flowers you wish for your big day!

 

Fall Centerpieces

Whether you’re having an indoor or outdoor wedding this fall, you have unlimited options when it comes to rustic fall centerpieces. Drawing inspiration from Martha Stewart Weddings, we’re highlighting our favorite do’s for your fall centerpiece. From fall produce to colors and textures, you can’t go wrong for your autumn wedding.

Use seasonal fruit

The fall is an amazing time to use seasonal produce in more than just your menu. The top photo of the featured collage showcases soft greens and blush flowers surrounded by fall fruits like eggplants and apples. The bottom left photo infuses persimmons with the burgundy and orange leaves.The bottom right photo highlights the stylist’s use of artichokes, peaches and figs to surround the candles set up in the center of the table. Deliciously beautiful!

Fall Fruit Centerpiece Collage

Let color be your guide

Fall is an amazing time of year for foliage and deep colors. The left photo of the featured collage highlights the use of blush roses and deep red flowers to contrast one another, making them the focal point of the table. The top right photo uses varied purple hues with blush and green leaves to compliment one another. If you’re going for a simpler, yet elegant contrast, the bottom right photo uses single stem white flowers with smaller, darker, and grouped flowers for a variation of fall elements.

Color Contrast Collage Fall Centerpieces

Make it all about texture

Consider using varied textures to enhance the rustic tone of the fall season. The top left photo of the collage features soft flowers placed in a charming birch log. The top right photo uses just the flowers to vary in texture, with gentle pink flowers surrounded by velvet green leaves. The bottom left photo uses a rustic wooden box to hold grouped wildflowers in a mason jar. Another creative way to play with textures is to isolate them, as seen in the bottom right photo. This centerpiece keeps green leaves in one vase and orange blooms in a separate vase. By placing the candle and succulent in the center, each texture is able to stand out at this beautiful table.  

Textured Collage Centerpieces for Fall

It’s easy to get lost in the world of fall florals. Consult with your Event Designer and see which type of centerpiece best fits your wedding venue. At Celebrate at Snug Harbor, you can have both indoor and outdoor spaces to hit all of the fall elements for your special day!

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