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A Perfect Balance

Three Oregon florists share their tips for timely yet timeless wedding flowers
Hanging garlands by Andrew Calvert of  The Perfect Occasion in Roseburg

“Although colorful flowers are becoming more popular, monochromatic flowers in shades of white, blush or champagne are timeless. You can appeal to your trendy side while keeping the classic feel by using neutral, monochromatic flowers in unique arrangements, such as hanging garlands, floral chandeliers or floral jewelry.”  
—ANDREW CALVERT, The Perfect Occasion 

 Flowers by Blum Floral Design

“Use display items to mix timeless looks with on-trend elements. In this example, loose greenery and seasonal field-grown flowers give the arrangement a very classic look that one would expect to see displayed on a candelabra or in a curvy glass vase. For a more unique, modern feel, we displayed it using a sleek, sophisticated gold stand.”   
—JORDAN GLADOW, Blum Floral Design
 Botanica Floral Design

“Large, lush, overflowing bouquets and arrangements are super hot right now, as well as those with mostly greenery. While I love this look, someday that trend will cool. But if you keep from going to the extreme in size and scale, your flowers won’t look dated—lush and beautiful never goes out of style.”  

 —JOSEF REITER, Botanica Floral Design

Hanging garlands by Andrew Calvert of  The Perfect Occasion in Roseburg