Bodacious Bouquets – A Few Faves From Our Real Weddings

Good morning friends!

Florals, florals, florals is all we can think about this spring! As wedding season approaches and all you brides out there are thinking about what the bouquet you want to hold on your special day will look like, we wanted to share some of our favorite bouquets from our recent history. We hope to throw some inspiration your way on the perfect bouquet from floral designers that we just love working with! So without further ado…

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Photo Credits: Booth Photographics

The Little Branch took a rustic, organic approach with sage and plums with pops of ivory. Included are garden roses, ranunculus, thistle, seeded eucalyptus, baby eucalyptus, white thistle and astrantia.

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Photo Credits: K Stone Photography

Valley Flora created a round domed shaped hand tied bouquet of white with blush and grey accents and layers of ivory ribbon to complete the look. The flowers are Juliet, white Ohara, Patience, Kiera and Carpe Diem garden roses, anemones with Dusty miller and Brunia.

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Photo Credit: Andrew Abajian

Little Hill Floral Design created a lush, organic bouquet designed with silver dollar eucalyptus, maiden hair, olive branch, large fully blossomed pink peonies, Juliet garden roses, ranunculus and hydrangeas.

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Photo Credit: Iris & Light

Enchanted Garden Floral Design says “Annie’s bouquet style was inspired by the tropical palette used throughout her entire wedding.  Her favorite color was pink, so we used a variety of shades from light pink to fuchsia. Annie really loved a lot of interesting flowers, so we made sure to play up the selection of blooms and tropical foliage in her bouquet.  The floral palette included ginger, garden roses, anthurium, cattleya orchids, coral peonies, sword fern, poke weed, hosta leaves, and the cutest little mini pineapples!”

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Photo Credits: Andrew Abajian

Juniper and Mint says “When we met about florals, Victoria and John wanted their wedding to feel like botanical gardens met a science lab which was such a fun concept to carry out. We chose to use a lot of greenery with several pops of color and as much texture as we could fit.”

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Photo Credit: Iris & Light

The Little Branch created an organic and natural bouquet with a feminine feel. There are peonies, ranunculus, wax flower, pieres, Lizzy and stock.

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Photo Credits: Iris & Light

Enchanted Garden Floral Design says “Angy’s bouquet style was inspired by a soft, classic palette of soft blush and neutral white shades.  The style is somewhat structured with a semi-asymmetrical shape, which was composed of soft ruffled blooms such as peonies, garden roses, tulips, dahlias and ranunculus. We added a touch of pepper berry foliage and Italian Ruscus to provide a light whimsical accent. Then, tied the stems with a light drape of ivory ribbon.”

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Photo Credit: Chloe Moore Photography

Boulevard Florist says “Peonies and Garden roses always make for a timeless and elegant bouquet. By adding succulents, hypericum berry, a little eucalyptus and craspedia, a classic look is transformed to fit our Bride’s blending of rustic and elegant decor.”

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Photo Credit: Iris & Light

We hope you have enjoyed our brief but beautiful walk down memory lane. So, call your floral designer (or contact one of these fine, foxy ladies featured in this post) and get your bouquet juices flowing, as we hope to have inspired you with all this gorgeousness from our real weddings!

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