"There is something sexy about it, and the wedding flowers to match are fun, fantastical creatures themselves," says CEO, Liza Roeser Atwood
Ojai, CA (PRWEB) June 04, 2013
Some brides dread the thought of pink tulle yet find they daydream about medieval gowns, or they may feel more comfortable holding a blade than a cell phone, thus enters a Game of Thrones wedding theme.
On June 1, 2013, TheKnot  published an article declaring a Game of Thrones wedding theme should be avoided, however the staff at FiftyFlowers disagree. In fact, Sean Parker, a former executive at Facebook, reportedly paid $9,000,000 for a Game of Thrones wedding theme.
"There is something sexy about it, and the wedding flowers to match are fun, fantastical creatures themselves, and we list the best ones here," says Game of Thrones fan and CEO of FiftyFlowers.com, Liza Roeser Atwood.
With 10 years in the wholesale wedding flower business, and over 50,000 brides served, FiftyFlowers knows how to pick and recommend flowers to compliment any theme.
Game of Thrones is a medieval fantasy series on HBO about seven noble families fighting for control of the mythical land of Westeros. Based on a best-selling series of fantasy novels, the television series now has many fans hooked. Like any theme wedding a little can go a long way, so keep it simple with details that add just the right amount of medieval romance.
The top staff pick for a Game of Thrones bridal bouquet is a hand tied bouquet of Deep Red Roses paired with wild and unruly Ivy to add texture and movement. For a sleek and regal bouquet, the long stemmed Standard White Calla Lilies symbolizes 'magnificent beauty' and makes a grand statement.
Have fun with the Bridesmaid bouquets by using a mix of Deep Red Roses, White Mini Callas, and Roccoco Novelty Dark Red Tulips. Finish with MaidenHair Ferns for a bit of fresh greenery or Fiddlehead Ferns for an extra touch of whimsy.
The groomsmen in full metal armor is perhaps hyperbole, so opt for classic tailored suits with a special coat of arms patch or custom Game of Thrones cuff-links paired with a simple yet manly boutonniere of Black Spider Thistle. A more traditional look can be achieved with a single Red Rose with the stem wrapped in leather to give it a rugged edge. Another rugged idea for the boutonniere is a few leaves of herbs tied together and trimmed down to size, like the Fire Red Tinted Sage.
Flower Girl and Ring Bearer
This duo can suit up in mini versions of the bride and grooms attire. Instead of a bouquet, the flower girl is adorned with a floral crown of sweet red spray roses and baby's breath and holds a wand of streaming ribbons. The handsome ring bearer holds a small box made to look like an old chest, which holds your wedding bands that are engraved with the popular quotes "My Sun and Stars" and "The Moon of My Life."
Keep Centerpieces similar the bouquets to help tie everything together. Fill brass or gold urn like vases with Red Roses, White Callas, Roccoco Dark Red Novelty Tulips and White Hydrangeas along with Hanging Green Amaranthus to add just the right amount of fantasyland texture. Set a single succulent at each place setting to add a natural yet unique texture to the table settings of gold plates and stylish calligraphy menus.
Other top Game of Thrones Wedding Flowers to choose from.
- White Roses
- Purple Black Callas
- Green Goddess Callas
- Curly Willow
- Oriental Lilies