Beauty and Flowers on Your Wedding day

Did you know that your bridal bouquet is also part of your beauty on your wedding day?  You may say how so?  When you walk in to the ceremony everyone is looking not only at your hair, your make up and your dress, they are looking at your bouquet, all of these things combined add to the entire bridal image.  When your photographer is taking pictures before the ceremony with your bouquet, he/she is creating beautiful portraits that later on will become part of your album.

Your bouquet should be uniquely your own, to go with the style your dress.  Think of what your favorite flower is and what colors you want to showcase in your bridesmaids dresses and their bouquets.

Here are a few popular flowers and the meaning behind them:

Apple Blossom-Good Fortune

Baby’s Breath -Pure Heart

Blue Violet-Faithfulness

Blue Bell-Consistency


Chrysanthemum- Friendship


Forget-Me-Not- True Love






Lily-Purity and Innocence

Lily of the Valley-Happiness


Orange Blossom-Purity and Fertility



Rose-Deep Love (Rosie Moore’s Personal Favorite!!)

Stephanotis-Happiness in Marriage

Sweet Pea-Delicate Pleasures

White Daisy Innocence (Another favorite of Rosie Moore’s)


See how some of these photographers captured the beauty of these brides and their bouquets….

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Oh and a happy groom holding his bride’s bouquet for a moment!!

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485329305_412743791968_1906372_nEric and Luzia Wdding pics Nov 15 2009 140 Nayya Cover no watermarkAs you can see there are many types of brides, dresses, bouquets and colors to match the personality, style of the bride and theme of the wedding.

Call 27 Miracles today to set up your initial consultation with our floral designer.

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How to Customize Your Veil

How To Customize Your Wedding Veil

You might be considering wearing a veil for your wedding day, even though it’s a tad traditional. In fact, that may be one of the reasons that you are keeping it in mind. However traditional it is, though, it is completely possible to get a customized version of the veil that you want, so that you can mix the old and the new and come out with something that is uniquely you. By modifying the amount of tiers, personalizing the color and the accents, as well as changing the shape of the veil, you can create a veil that is perfect for you.

Tier Perfection

When choosing between a one, two and three-tier veil, it is important to consider the dress that you are wearing. While a one-tier veil is more suited to classic looks, a more romantic wedding gown will look better with a multi-tier veil. Another important thing to consider is the overall look that you are hoping to achieve, and how would you like to do your hair. If your wedding hairstyle is simple, a more complex veil will add that extra glam to your look. A blusher (the piece of veil you put in front of your face) can also add an extra layer that makes you look beautiful and original.

Choosing a Color

Of course, your veil must match your wedding gown in color, as well. While you might be able to find your perfect color with so many varying shades of white, ivory and champagne, you can also get a completely different color that compliments your wedding décor or a sash on your dress. Make sure that you order swatches so that you can compare with your dress during your search for the ultimate match.


There are so many different types of extras that you can put on your veil if you so wish to, such as accessorizing your veil with Swarovski crystals or pearls. You can also make differing patterns on your veil if you want, or you can get a veil that is simply adorned at its edges. Veils give you a lot of freedom to be original, so make sure you find something that is unique but also stays true to your sense of style.


What kind of edge do you want to give your veil? That will change the whole cut of your look. You can have a symmetric cut without edging which give it a very simple look, or add thick ribbon for a completely different look. Other options, like a pencil edge or a raw-edge veil, will make sure you look perfect throughout the day.

No matter what look you want to create, a veil can be a unique and complimentary way to accessorize your wedding gown. By playing around with the different elements of your veil you can match it perfectly to your theme while remaining unique to you.

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With Simply Bridal

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Today is Fresh Pick Friday!!

Okay so it is quite cold here for being Florida, so let me take you to some warmer days of thinking when it can be 80 degrees and sunny …..

2014 brings along new trends as far as weddings. This year, we will be seeing more color schemes that we have not seen much of previously.  Surprisingly enough, the choice of color is purple. The color purple has symbolized strength and peace.  Throughout history, this color also grew popularity towards royal crowds.

Get ready to see shades of purple at weddings from dark purples such as amethyst to light purples including lavender and orchid colors.  Whether it is a bridesmaid dress, flowers, shoes, and other décor this color will likely pop up more often at weddings.

While being a wedding previously executed by 27 Miracles, below is a great example of how well the color purple fits in at weddings.

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By Christine Pabelico Certified Wedding Planner

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Advance Plans For Your Wedding


Planning a wedding involves a seemingly endless amount of work, and can be a bit overwhelming in the months and weeks leading up to your wedding. Some people are lucky enough to be able to pass a lot of the burden on to friends, family, or even a wedding planner – but, regardless of how much help you enlist, you will still be involved in many aspects of planning your own wedding. And, along the way, you will likely find that it is some of the smaller details over which you have the most control. With that in mind, here are a few thoughts that might be helpful with planning certain details of your wedding ceremony.


Bridesmaids Dresses

In many cases, figuring out the design and style of the bridesmaids’ dresses can be one of the trickiest parts of planning the wedding! The simple fact is, with traditional bridesmaids’ dresses, it is hard to satisfy all of your friends and family members that may be acting as bridesmaids at the wedding. Fortunately, however, a (HYPERLINK) (ANCHOR) “new trend emerging” in these dresses makes the whole process a lot easier. These days, it is becoming fairly common for bridesmaids’ dresses to match in colour, but not necessarily in style. This way, your bridal party can appear unified, and can blend in beautifully with the ceremony, but each individual bridesmaid can choose a flattering and comfortable style for herself!


Wedding Rings

While most people envision wedding bands as fairly traditional, and fairly basic in appearance, you may want to take the time to make sure that you and your future spouse are absolutely as happy as you can be with your wedding rings. When you set about choosing wedding rings, you may find that there are more options than you realized, and this can complicate the process. For example, if you look at a site like (HYPERLINK) (ANCHOR) “77 Diamonds”, you will discover several customization options for wedding bands, from the type of metal used, to the thickness of the rings, to the option of having diamonds set in the rings. These are details many people don’t anticipate when planning weddings, so this is worth looking into in advance.


Wedding Cake

Choosing the right wedding cake can also be a very tricky concept that takes a surprising amount of time. In fact, there are some current trends leading people to avoid the process altogether and go for (HYPERLINK) (ANCHOR) “alternative desserts” – such as selections of cupcakes or pies – instead. Wedding cakes are traditional as ornaments at receptions, but they are also cumbersome, expensive, and often not as delicious as they look. It is very important to take the time to look at several different cake options, and also to taste test your final choices, and consider alternative desserts. This may not seem important in advance, while you are getting your guest list and venues together – but no one wants to be stuck with a bad wedding cake when the big day arrives!

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27 Miracles wants to thank Guest Blogger Liz Simmons

Liz Simmons is a freelance writer and blogger who covers a range of topics related to wedding trends and planning.

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