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Wildflower Bouquet ~ Mallory’s Inspiration Board

Mallory writes:  I’m getting married in September. We are having our reception in my parents’ barn. I’m interested in wildflower bouquets. My dress is ivory and my bridesmaids will be wearing mismatched beige/light pink dresses. I’ve included a picture of a bouquet that I really like. Thank you.

Bouquet Inspiration Photo:  Bride-to-Be

To recreate and view the realistic floral stems used to in this wildflower inspiration bouquet, please click HERE:

  1. 5 Blue Delphinium Sprays
  2. Mini Purple Mum
  3. 3 Watermelon Baby’s Breath Sprays
  4. Red Berry Sprays
  5. White Baby’s Breath Sprays
  6. 5 Sunflower Sprays
  7. Wildflower Bouquet for your bridemaids
  8. Wrap your bouquets with White Satin Chiffon

Happy Planning, Mindy


Vibrant Fall Wedding Flowers ~ Britney’s Inspiration Board

colorful-BritneyBouquet Inspiration Photo:  Catherine Guidry Photography  |  Floral Designer:  Root Floral Design

{Britney’s Request}
Our colors are a plum/eggplant, with accents of vibrant green, and pops of red, yellow, and orange. I want the bouquets to be fall-ish, but not to mismatch the overall nature theme. I have no idea what I’m doing in terms of flowers, though. I don’t know flower names or anything, so I’m kind of lost. I do not like roses, sadly.

{Britney’s Bouquet Details}
This colorful bouquet via Ruffled can be recreated with Eggplant Dahlias & Ranunculus, Cream Ranunculus & Peonies, Red Ranunculus & Peonies, Green Amaranthus, and Orange Ranunculus.  To finish the bouquet, wrap with Shimmering Gold Ribbon.  Happy Planning, Mindy


Colorful Wedding Flowers ~ Jamie’s Inspiration Board

colorful-wedding-JamieBouquet Inspiration Photo:  True Photography  |  Floral Designer:  Kathy Wright & Co.

{Jamie’s Request}
The weddings in October at a cabin on a river bank. The colors are purple, yellow, pink (perhaps a fuschia and a two toned or tri-toned to tie in the pinks purples and corals), coral (everything I find is orange or peach), and possibly turquoise since I was recently given a ton of white and turquoise decorations to go with my wedding things. I have 5 bridesmaids and had hoped they could all wear the same dress in the different colors. No selection of flowers in my area at all.

{Jamie’s Bouquet Details}
This colorful wedding bouquet via Kathy Wright & Co can be recreated with Purple Anemones, Yellow Orchids, White Roses, Fuchisa Calla Lilies & Tulips, Orange Calla Lilies, and Berries.  For a little turquoise in your bouquet, add Turquoise Ranunculus & Ribbon.  Happy Planning, Mindy



Purple Orange & Green Wedding Flowers ~ Bonnie’s Inspiration Board

Purple-Bouquet-BonnieBouquet Inspiration Photo & Floral Designer:  Sophisticated Floral

{Bonnie’s Request}
Wedding is in May, Colors are purple, orange and green.  We are getting married in Vegas.

{Bonnie’s Bouquet Details}
This elegant purple, orange, and green bouquet via Sophisticated Floral can be recreated with Purple Hydrangeas, Dahlias, Orchids, & Calla Lilies, White Dahlias, Green Button Pom Pom Mums, and Green Spider Dahlias.  To finish this colorful bouquet, wrap with Midnight Plum Ribbon.  Happy Planning, Mindy


Colorful Wedding Flowers ~ Lisa’s Inspiration Board

Colorful-Bouquet-LisaBouquet Inspiration Photo:  Climie & Co.  |  Floral Designer:  Stylish Stems

{Lisa’s Request}
Our colors are Purple, Burnt Orange and Green, a combination of our favorite colors. Our theme is “simple elegance” We both are photographers so our reception theme is “the picture people”. My favorite flowers are open roses. This first photo is of bouquets that I LOVE and are hoping to have.

{Lisa’s Bouquet Details}
This colorful and stylish bouquet via Every Last Detail can be recreated with Purple Anemones, Green Button Pom Pom Mums, Berry Sprays, & Hydrangeas, Orange Roses, and Fuchsia Peonies & Roses.  For some sparkle, add a Rhinestone Floraburst Bouquet Buckle & Jewel Sprays.  To finish the bouquet, wrap with Turquoise Satin Ribbon.  Happy Planning, Mindy

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