Classic white weddings are not only traditional but also very beautiful.
Seasonal flowers can include: Carnations, mums, calla lilies, orchids, roses, freesia, lisianthus, and more.
A hand-tied bouquet with calla lilies and other assorted white flowers.
An example of a traditionally round rose bouquet.
This assortment of white flowers includes roses, stock, queen anne's lace, lisianthus, and freesia.
Pink ranges from pale and soft tones to deep, rich pinks. You can mix a few of the tones for contrast or simply pick your favorite pink palette.
A bouquet with protea, carnations, and white calla lilies.
An assortment of roses, and stock with winter greens.
A hand-tied bouquet with roses, eucalyptus, and waxflower.
Purple is such a popular and sought-after color. From lilacs to amethyst, the spectrum is virtually endless.
White freesia, lavender scabiosa, and lavender roses were the focal points in this soft and lovely lavender bouquet.
Anthuriums & Roses
Anthuriums, dendrobium orchids, and roses were the primary flowers in this Nouveau Hawaiian Victorian era bouquet.
This vibrant purple stands out beautifully against bridal white. Roses, mums, statice, eryngium, and more!
Peach, tangerine, coral, and more. Orange is making a comeback lately and is being used for the most beautiful fall or sunset weddings.
Dahlias & Hypericum
Dahlias, stock, and hypericum berries create so much color and textural interest in this bouquet.
This bouquet was a show-stopper at our beachy boho-inspired wedding.
A hand-tied bouquet with roses, stock, and baby's breath.