She loves me…: Three bouquets worth recreating

Photo: Jen Fariello Photo: Jen Fariello

The easiest way to set the tone on your big day? Flowers can take your décor from shabby to chic quicker than you can say, “I do!” Here are three bouquets we’re currently crushing on. We’d tell you which we like best, but it’s a toss-up. (See what we did there?)

Photo: Sera PetrasWhite’s in

This monochromatic arrangement from Lacy’s Florist in Orange combines lisianthus, ranunculus, spray roses, gerber daisies, and limonium in the wild-but-elegant way the bride requested. The look, while cost-effective, elevated a casual Barboursville wedding.
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lacysflorists.com

 

Photo: Jen FarielloFall fantastic

Rich purples and maroons play off the season of this autumn wedding, incorporating Carmel Antik garden roses, Pee Gee hydrangea, burgundy dahlias, dusty miller, echinacea, Pieris japonica foliage, and white hydrangea in the bride’s textural, unexpected bouquet from Pat’s Floral Designs.
(540) 948-5611
patsfloraldesigns.com

 

Photo: Teddy WolffWhen in romance…

This bride was looking for a bright, lush bouquet that looked like it was fresh from the garden. Tourterelle used blush pink dahlias, Lydia spray roses, cream O’Hara garden roses, green dyanthus, freesia, English lavender, tangerine ranunculus, light pink astilbe, hypericum berries, purple heather, purple ageratum, scented Geranium, and green jade trachilium. A few stems of seeded eucalyptus, bupleuram and unopened blossoms of ranunculus draped delicately from the bride’s handheld.
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tourterellefloral.com

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