Today’s post is a whole lot of pretty, so get ready for it!! Especially if you’re a flower lover (okay, obsessor!) like me! I was recently asked to round up some of my favorite bouquet shots from last season + after looking through them all, I simply realized there was no way I couldn’t share these on our blog, too!
I’m hoping this post might come at the perfect time for this upcoming season’s brides, who are in the beginning-ish stages of meeting with their florists + dreaming up what their own wedding flowers could look like! All of these bouquets are so different, which sheds a lot of great inspiration for each + every wedding day!
1. A Pink + Peach Round Spring Bouquet
Brianna’s bouquet was perfect for her spring wedding, featuring pink peonies, peach garden roses, champagne roses, white hydrangea, + eucalyptus leaves.
2. A Traditional White + Grey Full Bridal Bouquet
Courtney’s white bridal bouquet was one of my favorites from the season. I loved the unique touches she added to a traditionally all white bouquet, featuring white roses, white calla lilies, white hydrangea, + dusty miller for a hint of grey.
3. A Loose Pastel Peony Bouquet
Samantha’s lush spring bouquet was definitely another favorite, featuring light pink peonies, coral garden roses, peach roses, white anemone, + white delphinium.
4. Hand-Tied Pink Nosegay Bouquets
Meghan’s bouquets featured pink proteas — a flower famous in her honeymoon destination of Hawaii! Accented with champagne + light pink roses, as well as eucalyptus + other greenery, these arrangements were absolutely breath-taking!
5. A Merlot + Pink Hand-Tied Fall Bouquet
Katie’s fall-inspired bouquet paired perfectly with her lace-edged veil, featuring red dahlias, light pink roses, green hypericum, white anemone, + eucalyptus.
6. Colorful Round Succulent Bouquets
Tara’s bouquets were, hands down, the most unique of the season!! These gorgeous bouquets stood out from all others, featuring two types of succulents, purple calla lilies, orange dahlias, yellow/orange/champagne roses, red hypericum, yellow stock, + dusty miller.
For a past blog post on “A Floral Designer’s Top 3 Tips for a Wonderful Wedding Flower Experience”, click here!