Garden, loose, textured, organic, all of these words describe our favorite style of bouquet. Here we've rounded up the best of these floral garden inspired beauties and want to share them with you.
P.S. - We intentionally tried to find bouquets that had in-season spring flowers. This makes it easy to share with your florist and have them say, "we can do that!" I will warn you that there are two pink beauties that have Dahlia's (a late summer/fall blooming flower) that we couldn't help but include.
Florals: The Petlar Co. / Image: Jacqueline Dallimore
Florals: Sarah Winward / Image: Kychelle Photography
Florals: Unknown / Image: Lauren Fair Photography
Florals: Sarah Winward / Image: D'Arcy Benincosa Photography
Florals: Urban Petals / Image: Heather Payne Photography
Florals: Nicolette Camille / Image: Jen Huang
Florals: Passion Flowers / Image: Amanda Dumouchelle Photography
A purple and blue wedding color palette could be bold, but we are partial to the soft pastel hues. These color schemes lend well to purple or blue wedding dresses, wildflower bouquets, and multicolored taper candles on a long table.
This color palette could be used for a spring or fall wedding. When paired with deeper shades of the same color family, it would be more dramatic. Bridesmaids can mix in shades of neutral or pink for a look that feels fresh and unique.
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