It's happened again! We had a wonderful weekend full of beautiful wedding flowers! I swear I say this every week... but this may be my favorite wedding!
These bouquets were such a pleasure to make because the bride wanted each of the bouquets to be different, full of lots of fillers and for them to be wild and natural. That is, after all, how we do it best!
This thing is a beast! We are loving the latest style of bridal bouquets (thanks Pinterest). That kind of loose, wild, wider than tall hand held style. With a gorgeous assortment of flowers like these, it makes our job a lot easier!
So each bouquet had similar things in it. All the same fillers and supporting role flowers, while the feature flower in each was each different.
Which one is your favorite?!
I really liked the way the lisianthis bouquet (4) and the lily bouquet (6) turned out. They are all so beautiful and unique!
We love to give the brides toss bouquets with the flowers that are left over. The idea of having a bride chuck a giant beautiful bouquet/piece of art behind her for some lady to catch (or not catch), just makes me so sad. So we make a smaller version that we haven't completely poured our hearts and souls into!
I had to show you guys the one for this wedding because I think it is too lovely not to share!
Does that look like a handful of dreamy garden flowers or what?!
In this lovely wedding, we used:
Dahlias, lisianthis, roses, white stock, lilies, seeded eucalyptus, spiral eucalyptus, silver dollar eucalyptus, wax flower, thistle, pink and white snowberry, cream hypericum berry, green hydrangea, pink seedum, rice flower, light blue delphinium, and wheat.
Bouquets Designed by:
Bride's Bouquet & Toss Bouquet: Julie Bodfish
Bridesmaids' Bouquets: Maddie Strietzel
Boutonnieres: Julie Bodfish
Corsages: Maddie Strietzel