For their vintage-chic wedding in Port Austin, Michigan, Megan and Sebastian made sure their flowers stole the show. In fact, the couple planned their wedding date around their preferred florists availability! Katie Wachowiak of Reinhardt Farm & Blooms didn't disappoint when it came to the bride's bouquet — Megan carried this incredible blush, burgundy, and green arrangement comprised of garden roses, daisies, ferns, and wild flowers down the aisle.
Art Deco glam was the name of the game at Sandy and Kain's gorgeous wedding in Huntington, New York. The bride wanted a luxurious bouquet, and worked with Ava Flora to create this cascading arrangement of roses, snowberries, lisianthus, calla lilies, orchids, and greenery.
For their spring-inspired wedding in Dallas, Texas, Brittany and Richard wanted their décor to be filled with light and neutral hues with pops of color. The bride's bouquet, created by Lush Couture Floral, was made up of garden roses, ranunculus, peonies, spray roses, and dusty miller in shades of white and pink.
Alex and Austin's wedding in Dallas, Texas was inspired by the French countryside, so the bride wanted a bouquet that fit the day's garden-inspired vibe. Deitra Butler of Lush Couture Floral Design put together an arrangement of pink, peach, and ivory blooms, including roses, peonies, and ranunculus.
Sarah Jane and Andrew's nautical-themed bash on North Carolina's Bald Head Island needed a bright pop of color. So the bride livened up their blue-and-white décor with hot pink blooms, including in her bouquet. Salt Harbor Designs created a coral and pink mix of peonies and roses for her walk down the aisle.
Jamie and James hosted a classic and romantic bash in Chicago, Illinois, so an ultra-traditional bridal bouquet was a must. Florist Vale of Enna arranged a mix of garden roses, dahlias, dusty miller, and brunia berries together for Jamie's walk down the aisle.
With lots of glam gold details throughout Josh and Christina's Palm Springs, California wedding, the bride wanted something a little subtler for her bouquet. JL Designs created this arrangement of dahlias, garden roses, and anemones for an elegant look.
Harper and Matt's garden-inspired wedding in Baltimore, Maryland, called for beautiful blooms. The bride enlisted Maryland Bay Blossoms to create a pink arrangement of garden roses, ranunculus, hypericum berries, dianthus, and greenery for her walk down the aisle.
Hannah and Joseph's Livermore, California wedding embraced a rustic and romantic winery vibe. The bride carried a classic white and green bouquet of peonies, freesia, and sweet peas, created by The Flower House.
Kelli and Robert's waterfront wedding in Delavan, Wisconsin, was held at a dreamy and serene outdoor venue — so the bride's flowers needed to wow. Kelli turned toFrontier Flowers of Fontana to create a loose, asymmetrical arrangement for her walk down the aisle. Her florist created this textural arrangement of English garden roses, freesia, ranunculus, peonies, jasmine vine, and seeded eucalyptus.
Although their museum wedding in Chicago, Illinois was totally modern, Courtney and Tim went somewhat more classic when it came to their wedding flowers. That's why the bride chose this arrangement of white peonies, dusty miller, and brunia berries, created by Jesse Deckard of Bliss Weddings and Events.
Whitney and Igor's coastal wedding in Greenport, New York, celebrated their beautiful outdoor venue as much as it did their love of one another. The bride paired her vintage-inspired gown with a bouquet of astilbe, piano garden roses, snowberries, lavender, scabiosa, and peonies, created by Sag Harbor Florist.