Best of 2017 :: 10 of our Favorite Bouquets

It’s hard to believe Christmas is almost here, so before we head out for some much needed family time, we wanted to highlight our favorites of 2017— starting with our favorite bridal bouquets!

Laura & Michael’s wedding.

White rose bouquet by NECTAR AND ROOT.Photography by BELATHÉE.

Erin & Ryan’s wedding.

Romantic bridal bouquet by SOIL AND STEM. Photography by ALIXANN LOOSLE.

jen huang; san francisco wedding; california wedding; northern california; bluxome street winery; Michael Daigian Design; badgley mishka; classic wedding; elegant wedding; restaurant wedding; bride holding white and green bouquet;

Elise & Rob’s wedding.

Classic white bridal bouquet with fringe tulip by MICHAEL DAIGIAN DESIGN. Photography by JEN HUANG.

Kristin & Henry’s wedding.

Bold fuchsia and tangerine bridal bouquet by CHERRIES FLOWERS. Photography by CHRISTINA MCNEILL.

Sarah & John’s wedding.

Bouquet by AUGUST FLORAL & EVENT DESIGN and photography by MACKENSEY ALEXANDER.

minnesota wedding; liz banfield; ashley fox designs; spring wedding; intimate wedding; second wedding; beaded jenny packham wedding gown; jenny packham eden; orange white and green bouquet;

Ashley & Mike’s wedding.

Elegant bridal bouquet with hellebore and roses by ASHLEY FOX DESIGNS. Photography by LIZ BANFIELD.

natalie probst; shakespeare garden; dl loft; frech inspried wedding; tea party wedding; dessert reception; chiacgo wedding; loose white green bouquet;

Tara & Dan’s wedding.

White bridal bouquet filled with anemone, dahlia, astilbe and white roses by FIELD & FLORIST. Photography by NATALIE PROBST.

Emily & Stuart’s wedding.

Yellow fall inspired bridal bouquet with garden roses, ranunculus and clematis by GREENWOOD EVENTS. Photography by JOSH GRUETZMACHER

erin mcginn; castle hill inn; newport wedding; newport; outdoor ceremony; ceremony by the sea; tented reception; bride in lace gown; bride with white and green bouquet; bride and groom kiss;

Eva & Brendan’s wedding.

Classic white bridal bouquet with roses, ranunculus and tulips by STONEBLOSSOM. Photography by ERIN MCGINN.

Jessie & Phillip’s wedding.

Elegant bridal bouquet with clematis, roses, jasmine vine and fern by ROUNTREE FLOWERS. Photography by JOCELYN FILLEY.

2 comments

  • Ashley Marie Parker says:

    Once I worked as a florist and studied something about the details of choosing a bouquet. I want to write that shades of colors also have their own symbolism. White and pink symbolize youth and purity. Light shades of wildflowers symbolize freshness. Motley flowers are always universal, they are suitable both for the bride’s bouquet and as a present for her from the guests. The stereotypes that the yellow flowers – to separation, not true. These flowers desire well-being and wealth. Now I work as a writer on the https://anonymous-essay.com and help students, I write many interesting articles and I advise you to read them.

Leave a Comment

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Skip to toolbar