The Bridal Bouquet is my favorite wedding arrangement. Some brides spend countless hours scouring the internet to pin pictures and links onto their Wedding Pinterest Board(s) in search of their dream Wedding Bouquet. I know because that was me not too long ago. I pay close attention to the bouquet pictures and descriptions brides present in their consultations. Besides the obvious colors and flower types, there are shapes, sizes, feelings to each bouquet: the formal round, red rose bouquet versus a hand-tied clustering of soft, muted colored seasonal flowers looking as though the Bride picked her bouquet just moments before walking down the aisle. Based on my own experience, the bouquet is the most important aspect of the floral decorations, simply because most Brides aren’t planning to frame a picture above her fireplace mantel of a guest table or a shot of the pew bows, though these are important aspects of the wedding. The Bride and her Bridal Bouquet are the epicenter of the Wedding photos, accompanied by the Groom and his Boutonniere, of course. Having a Bride trust me with her bouquet is the highest honor almost anyone could endow upon me.
This Spring and summer I had the opportunity to create the wedding arrangements for three weddings. I am sharing the photo from my very first wedding I have entitled “Calla Lilies and Coral”.
Photo Credit to Lisa and Nathan Vyers
I absolutely adore the coral Roses and white Calla Lilies used together in this bouquet. Without any other filler flowers or colors evident, the contrast of these two flower shapes and colors made this bouquet dynamic and unique and soft. As shown in the above picture, we carried the color by using the same roses for the boutonnieres!! What a beautiful wedding I am honored to help with!