Champaign Wedding Florist – Pumpkin & Plum

The color palate for this fall wedding was Pumpkin & Plum with a dash of Kiwi. It sounds like a strange recipie for a dish but in flowers its was delicious!

The bride carried a primarily white bouquet with accents of the Kiwi green. Her bouquet featured ivory roses with white ranunculus and hydrangea. For the green accents we used the light green mini hydrangea and green hypericum berries.

The maids bouquets featured orange gerbera daisies and spray roses with plenty of dark purple dianthus for contrast and interior volume.

The men of the wedding party wore boutonnieres of orange spray roses and green hypericum berries.

Thank you to the wonderful bride for choosing us to bring vibrant color into your wedding. We appreciate the opportunity to serve and please each bride that chooses Blossom Basket to be her florist.

These beautiful images were taken by Jasmine of Jasmine Nicole Photography. Thank you for sharing your talent with us.



Savoy Wedding Florist – “Hand Picked” = Just Gorgeous

At our first appointment, this sweet sweet bride told me she wanted her wedding flowers to look like she had just picked them out of a meadow. At her viewing, she told me the arrangements we created in warm oranges, subtle pinks, and vibrant wines were “just what (she) had envisioned”.

From this view it might look like a garden gathered bunch, but when you see it in the bride’s hands …

it is clearly a professionally designed custom bridal bouquet!

We used lush greens in different shades and textures to provide a natural backdrop for freesia, snapdragons, mums, alstroemeria, and wax flower. The wow factor was supplied by the variation in flower types, as well as the analogous color palate.

The (many) bridesmaids carried a simplified version centered on the freesia blooms in orange to compliment their blue dresses. The freesia was nestled in a field of assorted greens and white wax flower.

Orange freesia and wax flower were also used in the groom boutonniere.

To bring the lush feel of the garden in to the sanctuary bows of satin and tulle were accented with lush stems of draping greenery.

Thank you to D & K for choosing Blossom Basket as your wedding florist!

We owe another huge thank you to Keren Sarai Photography for sharing these stunning images. Check her out at