We provided flowers for so many, many weddings in 2021 that we lost track of how popular cascading bouquets had become again!
From tight teardrop cascades, to loose flowing cascades, each one was different, and styled just for that particular wedding. And of course, blush and ivory were still the most popular color choices for many of our brides. And flowing greenery was very easy to incorporate into this style of bouquet.
Pictured below are just some of the cascades we prepared in 2021.
(These pictures will also be available on our website. Just click on the WEDDINGS tab, and then on BOUQUETS).
We hope these pictures provide some inspiration to you!! Enjoy!!
September through December always seem to bring crazy busy times here at Parkway Florist. We’ve been producing flowers for so many weddings that we often don’t take the time necessary to show you the finished work. Here are a two trends we noticed in 2019…
Cascades are back!
Brides are loving a more organic, greenery, flowing aesthetic!
If you’re getting married in 2020, we would love to speak with you about your wedding flowers. Call us soon to schedule a free consultation – (412) 937-1100.
Saturday morning dawned and it was clear that any outdoor ceremonies were going to need to go to “Plan B” today. The weather, it seemed, had a mind of its own.
Our day started with an 11 a.m. ceremony at Duquesne University Chapel. Susan was a very Traditional Bride, carrying a free-form cascade.
Our second wedding at St. Paul’s Cathedral was all shades of peach, coral, and green. Short, kicky dresses were the order of the day.
Our Bethel Park wedding was moved outside to inside. Fun clutches of gerber daisies for the Bridesmaids, roses added for the bride, and our locally grown farm fresh bouquets gracing the reception tables.
We know that a fun time was had at all 3 weddings.