Flowers and Beyond: Succulents

by Bridestory [[ 1439173500000 | amDateFormat:'ll | HH:mm' ]] in Wedding Ideas  

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Succulents, or also known as fat plants, have thicker and fleshier parts to contain water. There are various types of known succulent plants with diverging shapes and colors which have found their way not only to our homes, but also to our joyous occasions, bringing in a natural feel.

Succulents have been gaining popularity recently; more and more brides have incorporated them into their weddings. How could they not, though? There are plenty advantages of using succulents. Aside from their beautiful shapes and colors, they hold up well without water for a long time. Their versatility also enables them to fit nicely in formal or casual affairs, in pastel or bold colors, even in tropical arrangements.

Taking succulents down the aisle

Succulents are beautiful in literally, everything. In bouquets, you can pair it with any kind of flower. You can make them as cute boutonnieres for your man and his best lads. They also work well on centerpieces, favors, decoration, even headpiece.

The meaning behind succulents

As a wedding flower, succulents have beautiful meanings linked to them. For being associated with enduring and timeless love, how can you not incorporate them in your wedding arrangements? Take a look at some images of these succulents to inspire you.

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  • Photography: Bellamint Photography ,

    Erika Gerdemark Photography

    , Josh Gruetzmacher , Kristin La Voie , Kurt Boomer , Michelle Boyd , Rebecca Arthurs , Shady Canyon , Vicki Grafton

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