If you like your flowers to be stylish and cheeky at the same time, you might want to go fruity. And by fruity, we mean using actual fruit in your arrangements. Trendy brides have started incorporating colorful produce into their centerpieces because this style captures interest. Many fruits' pigments and shapes naturally complement flowers -- imagine a ripe orange next to a gazania or a lemon beside a few yellow chrysanthemums to get an idea of what we're talking about.
You don't even have to use whole fruits if you don't want to. As long as you've got a few unscented, insect-repelling candles, a hollowed-out watermelon makes a fantastic container for any assortment of flowers, and sliced citrus floating in a clear vase with flowers is attractive, unique and so, so cool for warm-weather weddings.