Year after year the farm wedding is still as strong as ever. With locations like Canopy Creek Farm, Rolling Meadows Ranch and The Estate at Sunset Farm, our Dayton and Cincinnati brides have more than one option to choose from. This bride choose to include her theme by adding her plaid shirt over her beautiful toulle ball gown. What a great way to include more of your own personal style to your day. The shirt was not worn the entire day, but was a little surprise. Thank you Sarah Babcock Studio for capturing these amazing images.
2016’s trend of blush and ivory wedding flowers is still strong into the 2017 wedding year. Ohio brides are splitting the trends between the classic floral designs and the loose, organic greenery look. The greenery look can be described as “lush, bushy and wild.” But this bride chose beautiful clustered blooms of blush and ivory roses, garden roses and spray roses for her bridal bouquet. The stems of the bouquet were adorned in wrapped ivory pearls. Thank you Mark Garber Photography for capturing these floral details.
Our brides continue to choose greenery as the main theme for their decor and florals. With only touches of flowers, the greenery creates a romantic base and mood to the arrangements while warming up any room. This bride and groom were in love with the books provided out of her mothers library. We sat our hand painted/stained table numbers around the arrangement with mixed gold mercury glass votives. Thank you Maxium Photo Studios for capturing our table scape.
This pink and white bridal bouquet consisted of pink peonies, white mini calla lilies, white peonies, white garden roses and white ranunculas. Our little flower girl wore a headband of ranunculas and carried a bouquet of garden roses, peonies, stock and ranunculas.
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.
What a beautiful mixture of reds, light blues and white flowers: Dahlias, Anemonies, Ranuculas, Scabosia pods, Queen annes Lace, Delphinium, Lisianthus and roses. The bride wore two red dahlias in her beautiful long hair instead of a veil or headpiece. Of course, thank you Jenny Haas Photography for the beautiful images!
Babies breath has become such a popular choice for brides wanting to achieve the rustic look. With cost savings and hardiness, babies breath is a top choice for the bride on a budget. We took the bouquet a little further. This bridesmaids bouquet is full of big bloom babies breath and mixed with white wax flower. It is bound by burlap ribbon and pearl pins; a great finishing touch to any outdoor rustic wedding theme.
Our spring booth last month at the Marriott Bridal Show. We took our 8 foot by 8 foot birch archway and covered it in 350 yards of coral, blush, champagne and ivory double face satin ribbon. The booth was full of 24 beautiful bouquets, 8 centerpieces, 2-8 foot tall cherry blossom trees and multiple bud vases, boutonnieres and corsages. It looked and smelled like spring (even though it was still winter outside). 🙂
What a beautiful array of colors and flowers!! This amazing bridal bouquet was full of: burgundy dahlias, mixed color succulents, scabosia pods, billy balls, orange celosia, fern fronds, seeded euc pods, hyperium and green ball dianthus.