What’s your wedding bouquet style? If you haven’t figured that out quite yet, we hope these 6 unique wedding bouquets will lead you in the right direction.
Designer Krista Morrison says goodbye to rustic. Hello, opulence!
White and raspberry peonies, Baraneese garden roses, pieris, anemone, ranunculus with chocolate geranium, olive branches, and passion vine as greenery.
Vanilla peonies, David Austin Juliet garden roses, pink garden roses, lea romantica garden spray roses, white scabiosa, white hellebrus, blush hyacinth, pink and white ranunculus, magnolia blooms, white anemones with black centers, and chocolate geranium as greenery.
The florist wanted the bouquet to be loose and organic, and come together naturally.
The bouquet was made to have a second life: The bride can replant the succulents!
Are you searching for that perfect bouquet that is a little out of the ordinary? Don’t be afraid to take a walk on the wild side and go for something a little unruly.
Every flower plays a part—here’s how to consider season, style, and more when picking your perfect bouquet
Your wedding bouquet is going to be in countless photos so shouldn’t it be as dazzling as your dress?
These gorgeous bouquets by Na’Tashmara Floral Design are perfect examples of how unexpected elements can blend together so beautifully.
A nice variety of both flowers and color make for the most fashionable arrangements.
At the magazine, one of our favorite days of the year is when we get to do the bouquet photoshoot.