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2018 – “The Hurrier We Go…”

“Sometimes, the Hurrier we go, the Behinder we get!”  That’s a quote from my beloved Grandma.  Today, it seems somehow fitting.

Since the spring wedding season took off at a full-blown gallop in April, we have been so busy producing flowers and taking care of events that we’ve become very behind in posting some of recent bouquets.

Here are some beauties that needed sharing:

Big, Textured & Beautiful!

Julie had a vision for her wedding that we enjoyed fulfilling.

Her request for her bouquet was for it to be “lush” & full, with lots of texture.

Julie’s bouquet, pictured above (left),  included Garden Roses, White Peonies, Light Pink Spray Roses, Queen Anne’s Lace, Lisianthus, Soft Astilbie & lots of flowing greens. The bouquet complimented her light ivory lace dress very nicely.

The Bridesmaids’ bouquets were similar in the textures used in the Bridal bouquet, but on a smaller scale.

Using lots of texture & greenery is a trend that we are seeing often this year. We hope you like what we created for Julie!

“Organic” Flowers the newest trend

Wedding seasons come and go. Color trends roar in and then fade out. One of the most delightful trends we are experiencing in 2015 is the desire of brides to include natural, textured greenery such a seeded eucalyptus, textured grasses, and thistle in the wedding flowers.

Including color in a bridal bouquet continues to be a choice for many of our brides. Our July 3rd bride, Kristen, incorporated both textured greenery and color in her bouquet. A most pleasing combination.

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For those that prefer a more classic cream/white bouquet, you might like these bouquets. Sahara roses, dahlias, spray roses, dusty miller, thistle and queen ann’s lace combine to produce a very soft, romantic look.

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