This #PinThisThursday is all about wedding elegance, as there's nothing more elegant for your big day than a calla lily theme. In fact, did you know that calla lilies are named to the greek word, beauty? But what they actually represent is youth and rebirth along with faith and purity. This is why you often see them both at weddings and around Easter time as well!
We've found some really great ideas for this theme and pinned them to our Pinterest board that you'll find featured at the bottom of this post. In the meantime, here are some neat ideas worth highlighting!
First and foremost, you're going to want your bouquets and centerpieces to be the highlight of it all, naturally! You can choose these blossoms in a number of colors, so don't be afraid that you can only have white as your wedding colors. You'll find them in shades of blush, lavender, orange, yellow, pink, peach and of course white. Florists have lots of practice with these flowers, so let them work their magic to create masterpieces for the focal point of your wedding.
Bakeries design cakes all the time with cascading flowers, so working with calla lilies shouldn't be any different! You can style them along the side of your wedding cake, or as a beautiful cake topper. Another idea is to design them along the base of your wedding cake if you don't want to use them on your actual cake. The options are endless, and stunning at the same time!
There are many options when it comes to calla lily wedding favors as well. This is the perfect way to tie your whole theme together and send guests home with a fun little souvenir! Choose to themed candles, wine bottle stoppers, place card holders, or even mini art deco themed dishes.
For more inspiration, be sure to follow our Pinterest board below!
Michelle has been with Wedding Favors Unlimited for nearly 20 years. Starting out in Customer Service, she’s interacted with thousands of Brides helping them navigate every Detail imaginable around a wedding. She became a full-time writer for us because he realized he kept getting the same questions over and over and wanted to share them with everyone. Feel free to ask Michelle a question below!