Planning Tip Tuesday: Bouquet Review

For today's planning tip, we are breaking down the ingredients of 3 bouquets to give you the inside scoop on what creates these show-stoppers! 

Seeded eucalyptus, ranunculus, garden roses, wax flowers, peonies,  wrapped in a gold ribbon

Bouquet by Miele Events, Picture by Catherine Ann 

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Anenomes, garden roses, ruscus, queen ann's lace, magnolia leaves wrapped in ivory ribbon

Bouquet by Wild Flowers Inc., Photo by Dana Cubbage 

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Garden roses, pink ice protea, scabiosa, asitlbe, burgundy peonies, calla lillies, astrantia pepperberry, hanging amaranthus, and a variety of eucalyptus with burgundy and gold trailing ribbon 

Bouquet by Wild Flowers Inc, Photo by Whimsey Photography 

Planning Tip Tuesday: The Perfect Bouquet

There are so many special components in each wedding, and one of the ones we love to see come together is the bridal bouquet. The bride’s bouquet should be distinctive to her taste, and it is often adorned with beautiful, personal accents such as a special broach, colored ribbon, or precious jewels. When designing your bouquet, make sure to think about things like what the flower symbolizes, how it will look at your venue, and whether or not it fits with your specific style and colors. Make sure to also take into account what color your bridesmaids will be wearing so their bouquets will coordinate with their dresses and the brides bouquet.  Your bouquet will be photographed nearly as much as you , so it is very important to pay close attention to detail when creating your dream bouquet. Above all, trust your florist's knowledge when deciding which flowers fit best for your day. 

Lisa, January 28th, 2015Aaron and Jillian PhotographyMagnolia Plantation Carriage House WeddingRichard Bell Photography