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Elopement Flowers, Every Bride Needs a Bouquet

 Elopement Flowers, Every Bride Needs a Bouquet ~

One of the most gratifying things to come out of the pandemic is all the elopement flowers we have been creating. With many couples deciding to get married right away and not wait, it's been our pleasure to create some gorgeous last minute wedding flowers. Some couples are getting married at their own homes while others are going to the court house. Isn't that romantic? We love it!! This bouquet was created this pasts weekend and the bride asked for mostly white and green to be accented with touches of blush/pastels. We used a combination of tea and spray roses, mini calla lilies, locally grown gomphrena, cut succulent plants, eucalytpus and  touches of sweet baby's breath. So soft and romantic. Intimate Wedding Bouquet

One of our favorites was from a couple of weeks ago. We created a hand tied bouquet of all pink and peach flowers and pops of blue with no added greenery added. Tea and Spray roses, gerbera daisy, berries, carnations (yes, carnations) and pale blue hydrangea. Such a romantic combination and the bride loved it! 

Elopement Flowers, every bride needs a bouquetHere's another fresh flower bouquet that made for a special day. White garden roses with very pale pink hydrangea and accents of baby's breath - so sweet and simple. elopement flowers every bride needs a bouquet

It wouldn't be a wedding with out flowers ~ elopement flowers, every bride needs a bouquet. Wouldn't you agree? This flower and cloth draped tree set became a romantic backdrop for a back yard wedding earlier in the summer. Imagine the pretty photos taken beneath this decorated tree.

elopment flowers, every bride needs a bouquetDo you need helping planning a small wedding? We're here to help. Be sure to check out our website to see our Intimate Wedding Bouquet options. For only $165 you can get both a bridal bouquet and a matching boutonniere. Would you agree that every bride needs flowers? We'd be happy to customize something for you so stop in or give us a call at 609-520-2005.

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