All the rage on Pinterest, the Knot and other inspiration sources for weddings, succulents are a versatile fresh element for floral bouquets. Succulents can compliment many looks including but not limited to, minimalist, natural, and romantic. For this summer wedding succulents in greens and teals provided balance to the warmer toned flowers.
Butter yellow stock, lemon yellow tulips, and dreamsicle roses are accented with craspedia and succulents in this colorful bridal bouquet.
Petite succulent are accented with craspedia, greens, and solidago for boutonnieres and corsages.
Accented with twine for a rustic touch these simple centerpieces feature yellow tulips and green succulents.
Thank you to amazing photographer Justine Bursoni for sharing these beautiful images. Too see more of her stunning photographs check out her blog.
The perfect blend of traditional white and touches of soft greens
form this sophisticated bridal bouquet.
Brown fern curls were used in the groomsmen’s boutonnieres to tie in the chocolate brown color of the maid’s dressed and introduce a masculine element.
Thank you to the photography duo, Mikey and Katie Meints, of K design Photography for sharing these beautiful images.
To the bride and groom: We appreciate the blessing of being your wedding florist. Thank you for choosing Blossom Basket.
Black and bright were the ‘colors’ this lovely bright selected for her June wedding. To pop against the black (and of course her beautiful white dress) we selected hot pink, orange, lime green, and plum.
While the bridal bouquet was centered on hot pink gerbera daisies, the bridesmaids’ featured orange gerbera daisies.
At Wesley large arrangements in coordinating vibrant tones were set atop clear glass pedestals for a dramatic and colorful backdrop. Also on the altar, a unity candle arrangement anchored the candles and the colors in the center of the long wooden table.
A prismatic floral cake toper echoed the brides bouquet, while gerberas daisies brought pop’s of color down the elegant cake.
Thank you to the wonderful photographers Mikey and Katie Meints of K design Photography. Check out more of their beautiful images on their blog.