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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Rustic Orange Wedding ~ Alisha’s Inspiration Board

Alisha writes: My fiance and I are having a fall wedding so our color theme will be burgundy (David’s Bridal Apple Red) orange, chocolate brown, and we will be using burlap and jute. Our flower budget is low.  I will be DIYing everything but since I have no prior experience, I would like simple round but beautiful bouquets.

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Since you are going for DIY wedding and want to keep it simple – we recommend starting with a pre-made bouquet and simply adding additional flowers to it! You can complete the look by wrapping the bouquet stems with burlap and jute.

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Orange and Burgundy Calla Lilies

Orange and Burgundy Lilies

Pre-Made Purple Rose Bouquet

Burlap Ribbon

Jute Cord

Happy planning,
Afloral

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Glam Sunflower Wedding Bouquet ~ Donna’s Inspiration Board

Donna writes: Bridesmaids dresses are teal chiffon. I want to incorporate sunflowers in with out getting rustic.

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Pairing sunflowers with flower like roses, orchids, and delphiniums will help create more a of glam appearance instead of that rustic feel. Use orchids that are teal/turquoise instead of blue to tie in your wedding colors.

Get the Goods:

Yellow Sunflowers

Blue Orchids

Delphinium

Cream Roses

Satin Ribbon

Happy planning,
Afloral

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Blue & Purple Winter Wedding ~ Brittany’s Inspiration Board

Brittany writes: My wedding is in December. It’s going to be simple but elegant. My bridesmaid dresses are dark purple (grape from bridal gallery). I was thinking of having purple and blue but can’t find a whole lot of ideas. I originally was hoping to have calla lily’s but that’s not a must have.

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Love the colors! I used a bouquet that I think is stunning and has a winter’y December feel. Made up with hydrangeas and anemones in various shades of blue and purple (this way you get all the tones) and green grey greenery. The soft green leaves makes for a winter perfect bouquet. I know there aren’t calla lilies in this example, but they go great with hydrangeas and we offer them in both purple and blue if you’d like to add them! You could even swap out the anemones for the callas.

Get the Goods:

Blue and Purple Hydrangeas

Green Grey Greenery

Blue and Purple Anemones

Photo credit: Holland Studios

Happy planning,
Afloral

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Fall Orange Bittersweet Centerpiece ~ Shakeena’s Inspiration Board

Shakeena writes: Our wedding colors are sunset orange and cranberry. attached is the centerpiece we are trying to recreate. can you let me know which products would create this and how much is needed to buy. we need 12 to 13 centerpieces made. Also, i have attached an image of the bouquet I want for myself and bridal party.

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There are approximately 15-20 bittersweet sprays in that centerpiece – so you would need about 200-250 sprays to create 12-13 centerpieces just like that. The bouquets are gorgeous! To create bouquets like the photo, you are looking at 24-30 roses per bouquet. Though you can always go smaller for the bridesmaids.

Get the Goods:

Bittersweet Branches

Taper Vase

Reindeer Moss (around the top of the vase/bittersweet stems)

Submersible Lights

Happy planning,
Afloral

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