Adorn a large gate with bands of roses to create a beautiful backdrop for the bride and groom. Add more color with an orange silk runner and copper troughs filled with miniature and standard cymbidium orchids.
Add lemons, limes, and oranges to clear vases for an extra pop of color to an arrangement. Cut the fruit in slices or wedges, or leave it whole. Top off this cheerful arrangement with a mix of roses, gerbera daisies, chrysanthemums, and tulips.
Add a rhinestone butterfly to a golden yellow and peach rose bouquet. Bold bouquet jewels, like this butterfly, or subtle accents, like petite pearls, are simple ways to dress up an arrangement.
Amplify the color of the boutonniere with a wrap in a rich color. Use a wrap of orange ribbon and copper wire to highlight the orange tones in the flowers. Combine an orchid -- a classic boutonniere flower -- with a rose to make a colorful statement.
Gather orange, yellow, and red poppy stems tightly in a tall slender vase, allowing the blooms to burst above. While poppies cannot handle the rigors of a bridal bouquet, they will make a stunning arrangement at your reception.
Generous blossoms of orange and yellow dahlias and fresh green gladiolus make a bouquet cheerfully bright. The grouping is balanced with the deeper tones in orange montbretia, cockscomb, clover, and copper echinacea. Top off this seasonal bouquet with a plaid ribbon in your color scheme.
Incorporate your color scheme into your cocktail hour with a signature drink. Sugar-coat the glass rims to complement the taste of pomegranate martinis, or try versions flavored with orange and apple juice.
Create a bright centerpiece using ranunculus. Its exquisite blooms are available in a wide spectrum -- white, yellow, orange, scarlet, and emerald. Moderately priced and exceptionally sturdy, ranunculus is a justifiably popular flower.
Large garden roses paired with berries are placed in an old jug create an elegant and personalized look.
Spring is in the bride's hand with this bouquet of fragrant beauties. Orange ranunculus, white daffodils, and yellow-and-orange parrot tulips are combined with blush-pink hypericum berries.
Gather crested-type celosia, hypericum berries, seeded eucalyptus and eucalyptus leaves, miniature protea, montbretia, and broom corn to build an exotic boutonniere.
Make a dramatic entrance with this dome-shape orange bouquet with green berzillia berries.
Anchor a place card by threading it with bold ribbon and tying it to the back of a guest's chair.
Add interest to a centerpiece by using low, medium, and high elements. These clear vases are filled with icy-looking gel beads that hold water and make flower arranging easy.