Here are a few of our favorite bridal bouquets of the 2019 season. Our brides leaned toward a more tailored lush bouquet, though still wanted textural accents and to have a garden inspired feel. Using lots of soft textures, seasonal local accents and overall romantic feel our 2019 bouquets were romantic and lush. Greenery was used as more of an accent this season not as much of a focal as in past seasons. The shape was leaning towards organically round or oblong. 2020 brides are requesting similar styles bouquets, noticing that brides are looking for less greenery and more dimension and wildness created instead through blooms.
Here are a few of my favorites of last season:
This white and green garden inspired bouquet featured the best of May blooms: Ranunculus, Peonies, Sweet Peas, Astilbe and my favorite White Bleeding hearts. Variegated greenery tucked in added the perfect amount of green.
Photos by Vicki + Eric Photography
The bridesmaids’ bouquets complimented the bride with simple white and green smaller blooms: Ranunculus, Astilbe, Helleborus and Sweet Peas.
Simple, romantic and using the best of the season, this gorgeous bride chosen an all Peony classic bouquet. These Peonies had the perfect tinge of Blush and opened to a dreamy yellow center. It was the perfect match for her airy feminine gown.
Photos by Kelsey Combe
The bridesmaids wore long ethereal blush gowns and carried clutches of Sweet Peas. The Maid of Honor carried a slightly different bouquet of blush Astilbe and white Sweet Pea. The overall effect was classic, ethereal and romantic.
This June beach wedding featured a mix of seasonal and tropical blooms. Lush Peonies and Sweet Peas were paired with airy white Orchids.
See more from this Cape Cod seaside wedding here.
Photos by Katie Slater Photography
This August wedding featured one of my favorite CT flowers: local soft blush lacecap Hydrangea mixed with Garden Roses and Sweet Peas.
Photos by Hastain Davis Studios
The bridesmaids in their long soft blush pink gowns carried similar tailored bouquets with a small amount of variegated greenery and a textural accent of soft celosia textural accents
For more of this blush pink Winvian Farm wedding visit this blog post!
This July garden inspired wedding featured rich tones of burgundy and blushes with whites and lots of greenery. Local Scabiosa, Lisianthus complemented late season Peonies and Ranunculus with romantic soft toned Roses.
Photos by Brooke Allison
The bridesmaids wore gorgeous taupe taffeta gowns with the Maid of Honor standing out with a preppy stripe. Bouquets featured more color than the bridal bouquet with taupe-blush Roses, textural accents and greenery vines.
This glamorous May wedding featured lush Peonies, Sweet Peas and Ranunculus mixed with Phalaenopsis Orchids and just a touch of greenery.
Photos by Amanda Trahan Photography
Next I’ll be featuring some of my other favorites from the 2019 season including Tabletop design, Ceremony setup, placecard displays and other details!