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Posted by Bud Dauphin on January 14, 2015 Wedding

Decorating Your Wedding with Red

thumbnail 4.59.56 PMWhether you spend months planning your wedding or throw together a last-minute affair, your wedding will be one of the most memorable events of your life. Your wedding is uniquely you, and if you want to take a step in a daring direction, you might think about decorating your wedding in red.

Infusing Your Wedding with Meaning

As you discuss the different flowers that will decorate your wedding, you’ll probably notice that an awfully large number of flowers look their best in red. From classic red roses to delicate calla lilies, red flowers are romantic and eye-catching. Think of the tables at your reception covered in lush vases of red hydrangea, roses, and orchids with beautiful hints of pink.

One of the best ways to choose your red flowers is to learn their special meanings and choose accordingly. For example, red asters are considered a symbol of love and patience while red orchids symbolize powerful and everlasting love. Red freesia is used to show sweetness, trust, and friendship, so you might think about using freesia in the wedding party’s flowers.

Using Shades to Your Advantage

You might look at a rose and know it’s red, but will it match the tablecloths you’ve selected for the reception or the daring red shoes you’re wearing with your dress? Sometimes red may appear like someone squeezed an orange on it. Other reds may feel darker and a little bluer.

When selecting the different features for your wedding, you’ll definitely need to match the shades of red, particularly because it’s such a bright primary color. If you’re choosing a classic wedding flowers infused with red roses, you might think about taking one of those roses with you when you shop for accessories for your wedding party and decorations for your reception.

You can usually get away with flowers in various shades of red, but you’ll want to do your best to match things like chair covers, china, and ribbons. If you choose a tablecloth that looks maroon and try to match it with chair covers in deep barn red, the results could feel like a clash of colors.

With red, your wedding will feel exciting and vibrant whether you go with subtle hints of ruby in your wedding flowers or you decide to bathe everything from floor to ceiling in vivid crimson. If you want a fun wedding, let Schaaf Floral help you plan a wedding in red.