Bouquets

This page is still being updated with our past work but here are a few of our many Bouquets. You may also choose to view our full portfolio on our Facebook Page.

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Image Courtesy of Zen Photography. These bouquets are a fresh mix of Pink Peonies, Burgundy and White Ranunculus, White Hydrangea, Mixed Hellebore, White Roses, Seeded Eucalyptus, Dusty Miller and Lamb’s Ear wrapped in Linen ribbon.

View More: http://zenphotography.pass.us/thegwinnersImage Courtesy of Zen Photography. We adorned each bouquet handle with twisted rosettes and pearl pins.

White and Blush Bridal Bouquet

Image courtesy of Adam Piorkowski Photography Sharon’s bridal bouquet was made with Pink Dahlias, Peach and Blush Garden Roses, White Ranunculus and Eucalyptus wrapped in Burlap ribbon and a piece of lace from her late Aunt’s wedding gown.

Green, White and Peach Bridal Bouquet

Image courtesy of CMOStr Photography. Annette’s bridal bouquet was made with Green Hydrangea, Peach Garden Roses, Peach Spray Roses, White Mini Callas, White Stock and Seeded Eucalyptus.

White and Peach Bridesmaid Bouquet

Image courtesy of CMOStr Photography. Annette’s Bridesmaids carried bouquets of Green Hydrangea, Peach Spray Roses and Seeded Eucalyptus.

Coordinating Bridal and Bridesmaid Bouquets

Jill’s bridal bouquet was made with White Hydrangea and Ranunculus, the most amazing Lavender Lisianthus (the colors looked painted) and our favorite Garden Rose from David Austin Roses, the Peach Juliet all hand-tied in bark twine. It was breathtaking. Her Bouquet Charm was purchased from BHLDN. Her Bridesmaids carried simple yet stunning White Hydrangea with Seeded Eucalyptus Bouquets also wrapped in Bark Twine. See the full wedding gallery and details here. This wedding was Featured on the ultimate bridal blog Style Me Pretty.

Pink Carnation Bridal Bouquet

This bouquet contains Pink Carnations with a touch of Yellow and Dusty Miller, hand-tied in Burlap with Pearl Pin detailing. Brides, don’t count out Carnations. Done the right way, they can look expensive and even resemble a Peony or Garden Rose.

Pink and White Garden Bridal Bouquet

Image courtesy of Wayne Yuan Photography. Sissi’s Bouquet contained Blush Pink Dahlias, Pale Pink Beauty Asters, Hot Pink Matsumoto Asters, Medium Pink Hydrangea, Pink Sweet Unique Roses, Bupluerum and Queen Anne’s Lace. See the full wedding gallery and details here. This wedding was featured on the ultimate bridal blog Style Me Pretty.

Blush Pink Bridal Bouquet

Image Courtesy of Style Art Life. Dana’s bouquet was made with Blush Dahlias and buds, Pink Ranunculus, White O’Hara Alexandra Farms Garden Roses and Peach Juliet David Austin Garden Roses wrapped in Burlap. The criss cross ribbon is a strip of fabric from her mother’s gown that we cut and frayed. The bouquet charm was made by Kristin Victoria Designs. See the image below for a closeup shot of this very unique charm. Dana’s bouquet was oh so feminine and certainly one of our favorites! This wedding was featured on the ultimate bridal blog Style Me Pretty.

Bride Bouquet Charm

Image Courtesy of Style Art Life.

Pink Rose Bridal Bouquet

2011 Copyright Art Vision Studio. Deb chose simple, sweet, and girly Pink Roses for her and her bridesmaid bouquets. All of the bouquets were wrapped in glitter ribbon. It was hard to work with but the effect was both modern and vintage. It looked like the fabric of a cool skirt from the 60′s. See the full wedding gallery and details here.

White, Yellow and Blue Bridal Bouquet

Cami’s Bridal Bouquet was a burst of Spring color on a cold and rainy April afternoon. It contained White Hydrangea, White Ranunculus, Yellow Garden Roses and Craspedia, with Blue Muscari and Seeded Eucalyptus wrapped in Silk Dupioni Ribbon with Pearl Pin detailing. See the full gallery and details for this wedding here.

Yellow, White and Blue Bridal Bouquet

White, Yellow and Blue Bridesmaid Bouquet

Cami’s Bridesmaids carried mini versions of the Bride’s bouquet. There were 10 of them all wrapped and arranged a little differently. Cami did not want a cookie cutter look, just organic beauty. Look closely and you can see one of the Eucalyptus seeds blossomed!

Purple and White Bridal Bouquet

Image Courtesy of Ulysses Photography. Erin’s Bridal Bouquet is a mix of White Roses, White Hydrangea, White Lisianthus, White Hypericum, Picasso Callas, Eryngium Thistle, French Lavender, Dusty Miller and Seeded Eucalyptus. See the full gallery and details for this wedding here.

Purple Bridesmaid Bouquets

Image Courtesy of Ulysses Photography. Erin wanted a mixed look, so we arranged all her bridesmaid bouquets a little differently. They contained Purple Hydrangea, Picasso Callas, Eryngium Thistle, White Lisianthus, Lavender Roses, White Hypericum, Dusty Miller and Seeded Eucalyptus.

Burgundy Bridal Bouquet

We designed Tara’s Bridal Bouquet around the color of her Bridesmaid gowns. She loved the color of their Burgundy dresses. Tara’s bouquet is a mix of Black Magic Roses, Pink Cymbidium Orchids, Schwarz Calla Lily, Arrow Follie Spray Roses wrapped in Burgundy ribbon. We surprised her with the ribbon collar, Crystal Sprays in the blooms and a brooch on her bouquet handle. See the full gallery and details for this wedding here.

Burgundy Bridesmaid Bouquet

Tara’s Bridesmaids carried petite bouquets of Black Magic Roses and Arrow Follie Spray Roses wrapped in Burgundy ribbon with collar and pearl pin detail.

Black Magic Rose Bouquet

The Bride Kelly, opted for a very simple Red Rose Bouquet wrapped in White ribbon. The three blooms symbolized her and her two sisters with whom she is very close to.

Hypericum Berry Bridesmaid Bouquet

Kelly also chose to go the nontraditional route with her Bridesmaid bouquets opting for flowerless bouquets. We used a mix of Peach and Green Hypericum Berries with Dried Chocolate Maiden Grass and curly Ting Ting sticks.

Hypericum and Rose Bouquet

Kelly’s Mom and Mother-in-law were given the same mix as her bridesmaids with White Roses added.

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