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Rustic Elegance ~ a Wedding Floral Story

This past weekend we created an elegant and natural bouque t for our bride Carla and I was so pleased with how it turned out. Peach Juliette Garden roses partnered with peach and orange colored ranunculus, jasmine vine, hoya foliage and touches of ruscus combined to make an elegant yet natural looking bridal bouquet.  The centerpieces were all created in rustic wooden boxes, with some being square and some be rectangular. They were styled using loose and airy elements like lace flowers, fever few, vines, ranunculus, garden roses seeded eucalyptus, stock and hypericum berries.   To see more of the stunning wedding be sure to visit our wedding website at  

Peaches and Pinks

Peach and Pink Wedding Flowers never quite go out of style (thank goodness) but when ever we create floral designs with these coordinator colors, they always manage to be a show stopper.  Bride Emem looked amazing holding her peaches, creams and pink bridal bouquet made from roses, garden roses, hydrangeas, peony and orchids.   The brides maids carried creations of cream hydrangea accented with pink and peach roses and pink cymbidium orchids.   Elegant brandy snifters filled with peach and pink flowers with ivy trails and curly willow loops placed on raspberry colored table linens. We loved the setting at Paradise Vineyards and a special thank you goes out to Jeri Houseworth for her amazing photography!  

Sweet and Pastel

Choosing flowers for your bridal bouquet can be daunting - to say the least. With so many options, how do you know you'll choose the flowers, style and colors you really love? When I meet with brides I remind them to remember that the flowers they carry will not only be viewed up close but also from a distance. Brides that are fearful of color should take note that soft shading differences, like the ones in this bouquet, make for interesting close ups and add a soft amount of color against their white or ivory gowns. If you are thinking that creams and whites are just too blah for you, why not add a touch of pastel? To see more examples of our wedding designs visit our wedding website at