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The Secret of Having a Pink Bouquet

Although it may seem old fashioned, at the end of the day, nothing matters more than what you like. If you are a romantic woman and you want an elegant pink-flower bouquet, you are in the right place.

The truth is that mixing pink flowers in any trend is not an easy task if you are on a budget. Sometimes people sacrifice elegance for what they want… But that doesn’t have to be the case most of the time. Here are some tips to include pink flowers in your beautiful event without leaving elegance aside.

You should have in mind that not all pink flowers will look good. You should also consider what kind of wedding you will have in order to choose the best pink flowers; remember that everything must be in the same wavelength.

Look for seasonal flowers that not only match the decoration, but also your own attire. They should combine with your makeup, your dress and your style.

Depending on what type of pink flower you choose, you must choose the shape of the bouquet. If they are roses, the best is the classic bouquet, but if the bouquet is cascading, you can use lilies of the valley, freesias or peonies.

Remember that the most important thing is that you feel comfortable and happy, because a happy bride is an elegant bride.


The Best Kind of Flowers You Can Grow in Florida

It’s no secret that the Florida weather varies a lot during the year. Some flowers can hang the test of time –and temperature, and those are the ones you should take into consideration.





This low-maintenance flower is perfect since it blooms all year round. The Florida landscape is filled with shades of pink, purple and even blue. There are many variants and they grow in different sizes. It’s a way to keep Florida close to your heart!






Blue Daze



Also known as Evolvulus, this flower offers a true-blue tone, perfect to add something different and romantic to your event








Did you know this is Florida’s official state flower? With its particular yellow color, it has the ability to make any scenery or landscape brighter and happier. You can find it in a variety of yellow tones: orange, brown, burnt colors. One of its secrets: it’s drought-tolerant and attracts butterflies.






Blue Salvia



This violet-purple or white flower does well in southeast USA, but in Florida, it’s present during spring, summer and fall. This is perfect if you want to add a touch of magic to your centerpiece or bouquet






One of the things these flowers have in common is that they can stand the Florida weather of high temperatures and seasons of drought. And even though they are simple, they can be used in bouquets, as complementary flowers, as part of centerpieces, or to add a little touch around the table.

While we’re making the most important events unforgettable, we like to add familiarity to your day. Whether is your home flower or your favorite colors, it’s something we like to do for you. We’re just one click away. Contact us.



What wedding dress would be complete without a good bouquet to accompany it? Flowers bring color and life to any place, and they have different kinds of meaning for us. They will be the stars of all videos and photographs that capture all the memorable and beautiful moments on the most important day of your life. This is why you must know how to choose them in order to fit your style and harmonize the place.


Christmas represents the brightest season of the year; therefore, it is important to choose the perfect flowers that will play along with the decoration. It will be a good option to work with seasonal flowers; they will not only give a style in line with the season, but they will also be cheaper and stay fresh for longer. Moreover, December is a great time to take risks and you will have the opportunity to innovate. Here are five wedding flower ideas and five different props that go with the decoration to help you get inspired.


  1. Tulips


Originally from Persia and Turkey, tulips are the true love flowers; each color symbolizes different types of love. If you want to convey your feelings through your flower bouquet, here’s the meaning of their different colors:


  • White Tulips: purity, innocence and humility; the color commonly chosen by brides.
  • Orange Tulips: fascination, warmth and happiness.
  • Red Tulips: true love and passion.
  • Pink Tulips: happiness, security and care.






  1. Orchids


Orchids are one of the most appreciated flowers in gardening; recognized by their delicate, beautiful and exotic character. They are the symbol of beauty, passion, irresistible love, and unconditional surrender of the heart. They also represent luxury, elegance, exclusivity, and they are said to have protective and aphrodisiac properties. Orchids have been the inspiration for the most romantic and beautiful fairies, nymphs and legendary goddesses.



  1. Anemones


A member of a large family with over 120 species, anemones are tuberous plants with a variety of shapes and colors. This flower comes from Japan, and it is known to attract good luck and protect people against negative energies. Anemones have different colors to choose according to your style, and they symbolize adventurous, dangerous, intense and unpredictable love




  1. Ranunculus & Peonies


Ranunculus flowers are not commonly known and are often confused with peonies for their impressive, colorful beauty. Although they are smaller than peonies, they share with them the beauty and abundance of their curly petals, imbuing them with a delicate and exuberant aspect. If you want a flower that conveys sweetness and romanticism, either ranunculus or peonies will work perfectly, because both share beautiful corollas and silky, abundant curly petals, as well as a wide variety for all preferences and emotions.


On the other hand, peonies are known for their large and showy flowers. This abundance, chaotic and delicate at the same time, is what attracts most of the attention to their petals. They also have a delicate fragrance: simply perfect! It doesn’t matter if your wedding has a vintage, rustic, fancy or classic style. If you want to create a romantic and sweet atmosphere, either ranunculus or peonies are your best choice.



  1. Cotton Flower


These peculiar flowers look like snowballs, giving a soft aspect and creating precious wedding bouquets. They can be combined with thick branches and wild or dried flowers, and add a welcoming, unique and original touch to your wedding




Once you’ve chosen the flowers, now it’s time to choose some objects, accessories or props that you must have on your Christmas-themed wedding. Here are some ideas:


  1. Christmas Lights Everywhere



  1. Christmas Tree




  1. Christmas Candles



  1. Santa Claus Hats


  1. Pinecone Decorations








There is nothing as sweet and moving as looking at young children opening your marriage. This tradition comes from the Middle Ages, when princesses came with their children who helped them carry their dresses. Although there is not a general age for them, brides and grooms usually choose boys and girls between 4 and 6 years old to be part of the wedding procession. They can be nephews, godchildren or even sons.


The flower girls are in charge of throwing flowers along the way before the bride arrives, announcing her arrival with a little sign, carrying the tail of her dress, throwing rice at the end of the ceremony, or giving away some mementos of the wedding.


They are also in charge of taking the rings and offerings to the altar. It is important to know that this has to be planned with time in order to teach children how to be ready for their participation. For this reason, here are some tips to manage your flower girls.




  1. Don’t pick too many girls. It could be difficult to coordinate them. Either way, their parents will be your best ally.
  2. Choose your flower girl between four and nine years old, because if they are younger, they will not pay attention to the instructions.
  3. Practice before the ceremony. This way, your flower girls will know how to act when the time comes.
  4. Combine the same style or the same dress color in order to harmonize with the wedding.
  5. Keep a natural look without excess makeup.


                     Romantic Style


Look: subtle, elegant, delicate, inspired by princesses.

Hair: straight or curly hairstyle.

Dress: classic, siren, or princess, decorated with precious stones.

Flowers: roses, dragon’s mouth, hydrangeas, peonies or baby’s-breath.

Accessories: white flowers, crystals, precious stones, tiara, golden pieces or ribbons.

Colors: usually pink, pastel tones or bright colors.





                               Boho-Chic Style

Look: Simple, comfortable, flowery, inspired by 70s hippies.

Hair: casual or braided hairstyle.

Dress: casual, fresh, simple, inspired by nature.

Flowers: flowers with bright colors, preferably wild.

Accessories: crown of flowers.

Colors: nature tones.





                                        Shabby Chic Style

Look: Sophisticated, delicate, inspired by Victorian era.

Hair: twisted and elegant or wavy hairstyle.

Dress: rustic, simple cuts or skirts with layers.

Flowers: Roses can be matched with different colors.

Accessories: flower ornaments or crown of flowers.

Colors: Pastel color palette, especially white.






                        Vintage Style (30s-70s)


Look: Elegant, ancient, classic, second hand.

Hair: Casual o elegant hairstyle.

Dress: Delicate lace, classic or long-sleeve style.

Flowers: Roses or wild flowers.

Accessories: Oversized jewelry or old materials.

Colors: The color palette may vary, it can use pastel tones, dark or bright colors, and if it is a pin-up style, red is the main color.







The Modern Rules of Vegetarian Wedding Menus

Organizing a wedding is complicated. Designing the menu even more! However, if your guests and you have certain restrictions, it becomes complicated mix of things.

If your diet or your family’s is vegan and you decide to offer a vegan menu at your wedding, read on.

There will always be very rich options to feed your guests. There are many choices and a variety of dishes that you can serve.

If you like Asian food, for instance, vegan sushi is an excellent choice as a main course. The dips will always be a great way to keep your guests entertained and will give them many options to enjoy. Here are more dishes and amuse-bouches to expand your choices.

As an entree, you can serve a delicious salad, or something citrus, maybe a bit of ginger. As a main course you can serve a gazpacho or you can resort to stuffed mushrooms. As a dessert, a fruit roll or bowl will always be well seen and enjoyed.

For the cake you do not have to worry; you can ask them to use rice flour, some chia and lots of fruits. If chocolate does not displease you, you can offer a delicious mix of strawberry and chocolate.

We can assist you in whatever you need. Our mission is to make your day the best.

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5 Flowers You Should Have in Your Fall Wedding

The weather is getting colder, but this doesn’t mean that you can’t have the best flowers for your wedding –or any event, for that matter. Fall is usually related to warm colors, but colder weather in general; if you could personify fall as a person, it would be feminine, but bright.

If you’re planning to organize your wedding during these months, there are some considerations to keep in mind: the temperature, how many types of flowers you are going to use, and how long it would take you to plan out the flowers you will use.

So, what are my options?

Now that you know your questions, do you know which are the most typical?






These are the symbols of fall. Their bright colors and leafiness make it the perfect flowers to complement a bouquet or a centerpiece.







 New York Daisy



To add a touch of purple, New York Daisies or Michaelmas Daisies are ideal. These types of daisies are exactly what you’re looking for if you are in need of a delicate touch or if you’re looking for the missing piece in your bouquet.








Their name refer to sunny days;  sunflowers, or perennials, are the vibrant touch your centerpiece might need!









Pansies are probably the most perfect fall flower: they offer versatility thanks to the variety of colors, and they don’t only blossom during the fall; they’re also perfect for spring!







With their beautiful shades of pink, purple, blue and white, asters are ideal all year round. Plus, their colors are great to break the color palette.






Tell us, which are the flowers that can make the most important events unforgettable?


Summer Wedding: Ideas, planning and flowers

It’s more than just the most popular season of the year. It’s a wedding trend. Sunshine, nice weather, refreshing breezes, and wonderful event planning make that day, the perfect day.


If you’re dreaming of a summer wedding and you don’t know how to start, here are some tips to do it, and the best flowers to use in this season:


  1. The bride’s dress and makeup:


If you’re a summer bride, don’t panic! Your wedding dress has to be beautiful, but fresh. You need to be comfortable. Choose a dress that highlights your figure and allows you to enjoy yourself. Your makeup has to look natural and fresh; delicate and elegant.


  1. Location:


Look for a place that makes you feel in a fairytale. Look for a happy place that represents you and your love.


  1. Decoration:


Decoration is the face of your wedding. It’s a very important step. You are the soul of your event, but decoration is the body. Talk to your wedding planner; make sure to be clear and to express everything you want.


Flowers are the greatest part. The best summer flowers are sunflowers, Peonies, Garden Roses, Lavender, Freesias, Orchid, Roses, and Dahlias.


Identify which are your favorite flowers, and if you already know them and want to make us part of your magical day, tell us what they are and we will make it happen. No matter the season, tell us in advance and you will have them.



  1. Your loved ones:


You need to share love and happiness with the people who love to see you smile. Make sure to have them there and take amazing photos.


Golden day: Details to make your wedding shine

There was a time when having details in rose gold meant you were in. But, you know what the best is? Rose gold is in again!

For many brides, gold is a daring color; it means prosperity in some cultures. It’s a symbol of status and wealth, while for others is the perfect complementary color for romance and style.

Spring flew by, but that doesn’t mean that gold isn’t a summer or even a fall color. With its warm tones, it’s a color to go with white details, like table linens or –in our favorite case– flowers.

What type of wedding do you want to have?

Like we’ve said before, one of the most important things to have under your pocket when you start to plan your wedding is the theme. Is it rustic or elegant? Is it a daytime or nighttime wedding? Once you have that part figured out, then you can start to plan the rest.

Keep in mind that gold is a color that brings out small details. Like, for instance, gold cutlery looks great against white surfaces.



Or maybe if you’re looking for a different tone of gold, like rose gold, which is perfect for invitations or as a complement for bouquets:


If you were to pick a way to use rose gold or gold, how would you use it?


Lighting: The Art Of Creating Unique Wedding Scenarios

Lighting plays a big role in the wedding decoration. Thanks to the right illumination, it’s possible to experience event concepts with intensity and realism. Indeed, light can transform places by highlighting or attenuating decorative elements. Are you ready to create stunning wedding scenarios with lighting arrangements?

How does the illumination set special atmospheres in events?

  • It brings the overall composition together: there is no event if you don’t have professional lighting in the ballroom. By using the right lighting intensity, guests capture the overall concept of your wedding design faster, and their sight won’t be forced to perceived focal points. Definitely, the general lighting has an important influence on the guests’ opinion about your event.


  • Spotlighting: if you want to create dramatic effects on certain decorative elements or furniture, just use set spotlights onto or behind them. Besides, the lighting can be used to embellish backdrops and tiny details in tables with bulb series. Only lighting has the power of highlighting and attenuating things to assign a hierarchy in your event decoration.


  • Setting the mood: the light has a deep influence on psychological perception, that’s why the right illumination can easily enhance the atmosphere of your event. There’s a lighting arrangement for every wedding concept; if you want to provide intimacy, and then use soft illumination such as chandeliers, colored lights, candelabras and lanterns.

We recommend you to use candles to complement focal points and add a touch of romanticism throughout the room. You can include tenuous lighting with decorative lights and tea light candles in centerpieces, pathways, the cake station, the ballroom, and so on.

At Eduardo Perrone, we are experts in the art of creating unforgettable moments. Let us design the wedding of your dreams. Contact us.


Tell Us What Wedding You Want And We’ll Tell You Which Flower You’re Looking For

Your wedding isn’t a regular day. For every single bride, it has to be the best day of her life, which can’t be topped easily. Some brides like to start by doing mood boards to choose their color palette; others like to start with the venue. But for us at Eduardo Perrone, starting with the floral arrangements is essential.

A flower tells a lot about your personality. For instance, have you stopped once to think what your favorite flower is and what your favorite scent is? There are studies that show that smell is strongly linked to memories. Why not creating unforgettable memories with flowers? Today, we’ll tell you which flowers you should pick according to the wedding you’re looking for!

What wedding do you want?

Here’s where planning comes in handy! Are you looking for a romantic and classic wedding? A beach wedding is exactly what you’ve dreamed of? A tip that could help you is writing down adjectives that could define your wedding in the future. Once you have this, you can start looking for flowers that reflect those aspects.

  • Vintage: we’ve said this before, and we’ll say it again: vintage never goes out of style. You can add classic white roses, English roses, or pale pink flowers with antiqued wood and white details. Sea lavenders, false goat’s beard and eucalyptus are excellent companions for this warm, yet chic concept.

  • Classic: some people associate “classic” with boring, and that’s not the case. Classic makes you think of romance, details and minimalism. Here, you can play with white roses and white lilies around a white and pastels palette.

  • Rustic: if there’s something that makes this season incredibly special is its weather. Fresh, bright, and most importantly: sunny! Flowers, such as baby breath, lavender, masterworts, and others add the perfect balance of greenery and nature necessary for these events.

  • Beach wedding: the main attribute of a beach wedding is their spontaneity and simplicity. That’s why when you’re planning, take into account oceanic views as a backdrop combined with flowers that can withstand high temperatures: sunflowers, lilies, lavenders, hydrangeas, magnolias, etc.

You don’t have to have everything figured out now, but picturing the wedding of your dreams and the flowers that come with it is the first step. Eduardo Perrone can help you take small baby steps to organize the flower arrangement you’re looking for. Make this Blooming Occasions part of your life today!