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She lives in a small cottage in downtown Charleston, South Carolina, where confederate jasmine takes over her picket fence and porch. Born and raised in Atlanta, she draws her inspiration from what's blooming around her Hampton Park neighborhood. A few beautiful blooms with some greenery will go a long way.
Something so simple can really make quite the beautiful impact for a wedding. Not only is eucalyptus absolutely stunning, it smells divine too! Try a classic one color bouquet with accents of eucalyptus to add some variety. Try a fun bouquet with all of your favorites for a very eye catching look!
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Want to add just a touch of edge to your bouquet? You can keep your pastel color scheme and add dark accents like these anemone blooms. With just a touch of darker shades, your bouquet can keep the airy spring look while looking multidimensional. Hillary Yeager, Brocade Designs. Inspired by the famed cherry blossoms in Washington D. Soft and delicate white and blush-pink peonies look sharp when bundled with a tight white ribbon.
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Inspired by traditional white bridal gowns, a vintage monogrammed handkerchief bundles ranunculas, clemantis, 'Garden Snow' roses, scented geranium foliage and maidenhair fern. Peony, Hydrangea, and Garden Rose Bouquet This bouquet mixes lush elements—peonies, eryngium, garden roses, lacecap hydrangeas, hypericum berries, and blueberries—with pops of color and texture from the blooms of the spiky eryngium.
Pale Pink Bouquet Light pink astilbe adds soft, fuzzy texture to this bride's arrangement. Fresh Foliage Bouquet Fresh foliage, which can be gathered from your own yard, adds a loose and casual feel to a bouquet.
Balsa Wood Floral Bouquet Try this eco-friendly alternative to pricey fresh blooms: Yellow and Green Bouquet Add a splash of color with a yellow, orange, and green bouquet. Garden Rose Bouquet Garden roses in various shades of pink give the bouquet dimension. White Anemones Bouquet White anemones create a sleek, modern look for your bouquet. La Dolce Vita Studio. Orange Calla Lily Bouquet The bride chose vibrant orange calla lilies for a stylish bouquet.
Jewel-Toned Bouquet The bride chose a jewel-toned bouquet in blue, purple, and magenta with rosemary and hydrangeas. Pink Peony Bouquet Pink peonies added a pop of color to the bride's dress.
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Yellow and White Bouquet The bride chose flowers in shades of yellow and white to match the color scheme. Green and White Bouquet A bouquet with a mix of white flowers and simple greenery is elegant yet unfussy. Pink Rose Bouquet A mass of roses in shades of pink creates a sophisticated look. Cascading Bouquet For a looser arrangement, try a cascading bouquet in white and purple flowers. Pretty in Pink Bouquet Old-fashioned garden roses and scented geraniums are a reliably stunning—and intoxicatingly fragrant—pairing in this bouquet that would be at home in a traditional church wedding.
Berry Bright Bouquet Purple hydrangeas, viburnum berries, orchids, stock, and irises combine varied textures and rich colors to form a luxurious floral statement. Sweet Simplicity Bouquet Perfect for a barn wedding, a mass of chamomile and astrantia makes a big impact and is a smart choice for the budget-minded bride.
Inspiration For Your Spring Wedding Bouquet
Citrus Magic Bouquet Snapdragons frame a tightly packed bunch of tangerine ranunculus, giving the bridal spotlight to the two impactful flowers, both of which are widely available for the do-it-yourself bride. Pleasantly Pink Bouquet A mass of pale roses and peonies fill this bridal bouquet perfect for a Charleston afternoon wedding. Eclectic Garden Bouquet Roses, peonies, and viburnum combine for a soft yet colorful bouquet. Floral and Succulent Bouquet White peonies, peach garden roses, succulents, white lisianthus and seeded eucalyptus combined for a bright floral bouquet fit for an elegant backyard wedding.
Creamy Rose Bouquet Creamy fragrant roses, mixed with dusty miller and variegated foliage, make a fresh, cool color palette.
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