Weddings are special – they are full of fun, loaded with colours, and brimming with energy. Weddings should be made to look special, nothing like any other, and the best way to do it is to enrich them through flowers. What makes them even more special is the use of tropical flower arrangements for weddings.
The tropics refer to the regions of the world in and around the equator. Flowers that belong to this geographic region tend to be unique, bright, cheerful, and peculiar. Known for their strong fragrances and flavours, and their being restricted to just a few regions in and around the equator, tropical flower arrangements for weddings are always considered to be special. Tropical flower arrangements for weddings include bouquets that are unique, blending the best of flowers from the region in combinations that form a lot of shades.
While the first impression that comes to mind is that of red, tropical flower arrangements for weddings come in all colours such as pink, orange, yellow, purple, and green. Some of the common flowers that are part of tropical flower arrangements for weddings include pincushion protea, fuscia dendrobrium orchids, purple japhet orchids, white anthuriums, dahlias, Anuschka roses, green anthurium, hypercum berries, red callas, and red vanda orchids.
The list of tropical flower arrangements for weddings is by no means exhaustive, as there are so many other different varieties. Orchids play an important part in wedding arrangements based on the tropical flower theme. And it’s not just flowers that form part of tropical flower arrangements for weddings. There are a host of non-flowering plants, conspicuous fruit, cones, and inconspicuous flowers, which could all give such a different look and feel to the tropical flower themes.
Most tropical flower arrangements for weddings tend to follow a theme in terms of colours, though it need not always be restricted to certain shades alone. Mixing and matching colours such as red flowers in their green leaves, mixing up pink and yellow flowers, forming a subtler combination of ivory and soft peach, are just some examples of the ways in which you could make the most of tropical flower arrangements for weddings.