Coral and Navy Wedding Centerpiece ~ Jennifer’s Inspiration Board

Jennifer writes: I need help creating centerpieces for my wedding. I love hydrangea, roses, ranunculus, anemones.. My wedding colors are coral (more towards the pink, lighter shade), a blue that ranges from navy to a brighter blue and then ivory/white.

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You can see in the example photo that they used a navy table cloth to bring in the blue! If that doesn’t work for you, you can always bring in blue by using blue vases (possibly painting mason jars navy), wrapping a blue ribbon around your centerpiece vases, or even sprinkling some blue anemones into the arrangement.

Get the Goods:

Coral Roses

Cream Anemones

Cream Hydrangeas

Silver Mercury Accessories

Tallow Berries

Happy planning,
Afloral

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Peach Wedding Flowers ~ Diane’s Inspiration Board

Diane writes: Wedding is in October, want peach and white. I like the wildflower look. Any suggestions?

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Pairing peonies, english roses, baby’s breath, and privet greenery will give you the garden/wildflower look and still be classy!

Get the Goods:

Pre-Made Peony Bouquet

Peach English Roses & Peonies

White Baby’s Breath Bush

Privet Greenery

Happy planning,
Afloral

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Coral Wedding Flowers ~ Emily’s Inspiration Board

Emily writes:  Hi! I’m getting married on the beach in Tampa, Fl. My colors are dark teal, coral, tan, and silver (metallic). We’re getting married at a shabby sheek resort right on the beach. I love all flowers and need some great ideas! Thank you!

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Photo credit:Brett Rose

To recreate this beach bright bouquet, you can use the following:

Peach and Coral Roses

Calla Lilies (optional) – you can also substitute peach orchids if you’d like!

White Alstroemeria

Pink Gerbera Daisies

Dark Orange/Coral Protea

Bring in the dark teal color by wrapping the bouquet stems with teal ribbon and use Beach Accessories to tie in the tan and silver.

Happy planning,
Afloral

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Colorful Peony Bouquet ~ Jessica’s Inspiration Board

Jessica writes:  Hi Mindy, I am a big fan of your designs, and was wondering if you could help me. My wedding is at the end of April. I opted for a turquoise/blue color for the bridesmaids with an accent color of yellow. I find that I like succulents, roses, peonies, and daisies. I lean towards multicolor bouquets, but am open to any suggestions. I am at a complete loss as to how to design something myself.  Thank you, Jessica M.

Jessica-PeonyBouquet Credit: Jodi Miller Photography  | Floral Designer: JM Flora Design
via Style Me Pretty

To recreate and view the realistic floral stems used to in this bright bouquet, please click on items below:

  1. Orange Ranunculus Sprays
  2. 5 Yellow Ranunculus Sprays
  3. 5 Peach Tulips
  4. 5-7 Cream Sweetpeas
  5. Pink Peony Bouquet for your bouquet & bridesmaids
  6. Turquoise Satin Ribbon to wrap your bouquet

Happy Planning, Mindy

 

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Tropical Desination Wedding ~ Mikia’s Inspiration Board

Mikia writes:  Our wedding is in November on a Eastern Caribbean Cruise. I love tropical colors and my daughters sandals are hot pink. My favorite flowers are Tulips. I love a lot of the tropical bouquets done by Amore bride, if that helps.  My whole wedding is about simple, relaxed and fun! I will be an ivory , strapless wedding dress.  Thanks, Mikia

Mikia-TropicalBouquet Inspiration Photo: Paul P. Johnson Photography
via The Knot

To recreate and view the realistic floral stems used to in this Fall Wedding, please click on items below:

  1. 2 Violet Purple Orchid Sprays
  2. 2 Purple Snapdragon Sprays
  3. 2 Rubrum Pink Gerbera Daisies
  4. 2 Golden Yellow Ranunculus Sprays
  5. 2 Yellow Orchids
  6. 1 Fuchsia Mini Orchid Bush
  7. Fuchsia Tulip Bouquet to add to your bouquet and for your bridesmaids
  8. Fuchsia Pink Chiffon Ribbon to wrap your bouquets

Happy Planning, Mindy

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