Quintessential Blooms: The Latest Wedding Flower and Decor Inspo from Local Vendors

by Anindya Paramitha [[ 1558490400000 | amDateFormat:'ll | HH:mm' ]] in Wedding Ideas  

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Interpreting the Modern Heritage theme for flowers decoration and bouquets isn't an easy task, but these vendors featured in our Bridestory Magazine Vol. 07 managed to pull it off. Each has their own unique take on the theme, and the result is exquisite as you can see in these pictures.

Our first vendor, Elssy Design, arranged the most divine cascading jasmine and wisteria installation. Covering an entire wall and down from dramatic tree branches, it makes an ideal backdrop for a photo spot at your wedding reception.




Jumah Cenik's beautiful backdrop and bouquet creation showed us that any local flower is indeed precious to be the main decorative feature. They used mainly bougainvillea which can be easily spotted at your backyard.



Floralchemy surprised us with their tropical arrangement. With a circular framework, they chose three corners and filled them with palms, phalaenopsis orchids, amaranthus, paraplui, anhurium, various ferns and leather leaves.




Nothing can prepare us for the spectacular installation that Dalang Indonesia created. Their goal was to elevate the national cultural heritage and translate it through bold color arrangement. The three triangles symbolize a strong marriage, and the involvement of batik pattern strengthens the Indonesian culture essence in the decor.



Which flower arrangement or decoration is your favorite? Don't forget to add it to your inspiration board!


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