As it turns out, there’s a little truth behind the age-old dating question, “What’s your sign?” According to The Astro Twins, celebrity astrologers and authors of The Astro Twins’ Love Zodiac: The Essential Astrology Guide for Women, much like our birthday, the zodiac signs under which you tie the knot can speak volumes about your future together.
Are you curious what your wedding zodiac means? So were we–so we decided to dive a bit deeper and share some suggestions on showcasing your sign in everything from your wedding flowers and decor to color scheme and even personal touches. Next up: Cancer weddings, which include those held between June 21 and July 22.
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Flowers for Cancer’s Celebration of Love
“Wedding Flowers by Horoscope Sign” author Judy Vitale explains that a Cancer wedding is sure to be a memorable one. “Cancer will want to remember this wedding forever, so there had better be stimulation for all of the senses to record! The most fragrant of flowers, the Gardenia, would be a very beautiful choice. A bouquet or centerpieces exuding the seductive aroma of the tropics will definitely enamor and stimulate Cancer’s receptors.” We recommend pairing them with stephanotis, baby’s breath, roses, freesia, peonies, or hydrangea for a traditional bouquet.
Because you appreciate a romantic, sweet style, you may be drawn to neutral colors with hints of pastels. Pull petals of lavender, peach or ballet pink, dusty blue, and even mint green together with soft grays, light tans, cream, and white. Dusty Miller is a great way to add texture and a neutral palette to your florals.
“A great deal of sentiment is put into the vows and the wedding ceremony, and then it’s a party of grandeur to celebrate,” adds Jennifer Angel in her BAZAAR article, “What Astrology Says About Your Wedding Planning Style.” Your big day demands elegance and you likely crave a classic look with plenty of romantic ambiance. As a couple, your wedding is all about celebrating love and you will go to great lengths with details to ensure make every guest in attendance feel welcome, appreciated, and special. Ask your florist for a few loose petals or single stems of flowers to include at each guest’s place setting or to decorate around the seating chart.
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What’s Your Sign is a 12-part series highlighting your wedding zodiac sign and its connection to your relationship and wedding day style. Check back next month when we look closer into the Leo wedding!