A tisket, a tasket, what will the blushing bride put in her basket? It is inevitable to avoid the business of deciding on flowers for your wedding. If you
want a little or if you need a lot, even if you are thinking to go completely without; flowers and weddings go hand in hand. The bridal party and your soon-to-be mother in law will ask what you are deciding to do about them. Make a choice and stick with it. Non-traditional is the tradition these days. So if you are thinking fragrant and colorful roses, exotic and enchanting lilies, everyday beautiful daisies or just whatever is growing in your neighbor’s yard, whatever you decide will be your decision and it will be good one.
What many brides forget to decide on is what to do with the flowers after the big day has come and gone. Who says the magic has to end when that last guest leaves? Pay it forward, so to speak. Make arrangements with a local hospital, nursing home or hospice facility and share the love. You can help brighten the lives of those who need a little sunshine on a cloudy day. If you are an out of town guest planning your magical day in beautiful Ocean Isle Beach, this could be the perfect solution on how to handle those centerpieces and decorative accents. It will give you the warm and fuzzies knowing the flowers are putting a smile on someone’s face instead of being tossed in the trash with that evening’s confetti.