One of our most asked questions about bridal bouquets is “Do brides mostly carry a white/ivory bouquet or carry color?” Our answer is always: we want our brides to choose their bouquet based upon their style and likes. About half of our brides carry a form of a white bouquet and the other half carry a bouquet filled with colors. Is one right or wrong? Of course not, it is 100% up to the bride. Another popular question is “Will the white/ivory flowers match my off white dress?” Our bride above is wearing an off white dress, but her flowers all all shades of white and ivory. We feel that different shades of whites and ivory’s mixed together never clash with an off white or ivory dress. This bride carried a beautiful bouquet of white hydrangeas, ivory roses, white garden roses and white stock. So classic and elegant.
\ A beautiful centerpiece, fit for a classy bride. This centerpiece consisted of 4 stems of beautiful white Phalenopsis orchids and 15 stems of ultra premium Bouquet Calla lilies. They were artistically arranged in a clear glass pilsner vase. The lighting in this tent was done perfectly. The flowers glowed. Tent, decor and lighting provided by Prime Time Party Rental
This is one of our new containers for the upcoming 2015 wedding season. This 38 inch gold fluted metal trumpet adds height and elegance to any reception. The flowers in this centerpiece consisted of white hydrangeas, white larkspurs, light pink snapdragons, cascading jasmine, blush garden roses, ivory spray roses, white roses and white stock. What a beautiful choice for any spring wedding.
We have been busy meeting with brides for the upcoming wedding season. Haven’t had time to schedule a consultation? Call us and we will do our best to meet your schedule. We are so excited for this coming Spring, Summer and Fall. Colors, warm weather, beautiful flowers, awesome brides…whats not to be excited about?
This past year modern brides embraced all things romantic! This bride opted for a slight touch of blush pink color in her bouquet, while keeping her maids’ bouquets a softer palette of creamy white. Don’t you just love the beautiful floral backdrop piece that Floral V designed for the stage?! How stunning!
Using in season summer flowers is a great way to guarantee perfection in your floral product. This bridal bouquet consisted of dahlias, garden roses, stock, freesias, lisianthus, white solidago and ranuculas. All of these flowers are available from summer to fall. Of course you can get them most times of year, but the cost will be greater and the quality won’t be as good.