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Monday
Dec052016

Wonderful White Wedding Bouquets That Aren't Boring | B&E Lucky in Love Blog

  White Wedding Bouquets

 

December is here and we're ending our wedding bouquet series with the always elegant and never boring white wedding bouquet. There’s something striking about a white wedding dress accented by white flowers. It can be such a chic look due to its’ pure simplicity. Make sure your bouquet has enough bulk so it pops even more! We hope you’ll be inspired by these spectacular white bouquets. 

Wonderful White Wedding Bouquets That Aren't Boring | B&E Lucky in Love Blog

{White rose bouquet featured on Style Me Pretty; Magnolia and Peony bouquet on Wedbook; Peony bouquet featured on The Overwhelmed Bride - Photo by Adrienne Gunde; Orchid bouquet featured on Style Me Pretty - Photo by Elyse Hall Photography; Peony with green bouquet featured on Style Me Pretty - Photo by Britt Rene Photo; Peony with foliage featured on Once Wed - Photo by Kate Holstein}

Wonderful White Wedding Bouquets That Aren't Boring | B&E Lucky in Love Blog

Featured on Style Me Pretty

Wonderful White Wedding Bouquets That Aren't Boring | B&E Lucky in Love Blog

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Wonderful White Wedding Bouquets That Aren't Boring | B&E Lucky in Love Blog

Featured on The Overwhelmed Bride - Photo by Adrienne Gunde

Wonderful White Wedding Bouquets That Aren't Boring | B&E Lucky in Love Blog

Featured on Style Me Pretty - Photo by Elyse Hall Photography

Wonderful White Wedding Bouquets That Aren't Boring | B&E Lucky in Love Blog

Featured on Style Me Pretty - Photo by Britt Rene Photo

Wonderful White Wedding Bouquets That Aren't Boring | B&E Lucky in Love Blog

Featured on Once Wed - Photo by Kate Holstein

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Wednesday
Nov092016

Foliage and Fern Green Wedding Bouquets that don't say "Holiday" | B&E Lucky in Love Blog

Green Bouquets

 

Foliage and Fern Green Wedding Bouquets that don't say "Holiday" are this month's December bridal bouquet feature. Green bridal bouquets abound during the winter season, and nothing beats the smell of fresh cut pine, but this fresh and earthy color works with any season. There are dozens of blooms to choose from that have a green hue, including carnations, chrysanthemums, roes, hellebores, orchids, day lilies, gladiolus and hydrangeas, but the trend of using "filler" foliages and blooms as the main focus of your bridal bouquet or wedding centerpieces is something to embrace! Think ferns, eucalyptus, succulents, jasmine vine, kale, herbs, and air plants for a truly Pacific Northwest feel that doesn't say "Happy Holidays".

 

Foliage and Fern Green Wedding Bouquets that don't say

{Image Sources: Fern and Vine bridal bouquet featured on Magnolia Rogue, photo by Nina & Wes Photography; Eucalyptus bouquet featured on Green Wedding Shoes, photo by Studio 127 Photography; Fern & succulent bouquet featured on Green Wedding Shoes, photo by Shaunae Teske Photography; Rose & fern bouquet featured on Mod Wedding, photo by Jen Wojcik Photography; Fern bridal bouquet featured on Nouba, photo by Jo Bartholomew; Fern & eucalyptus bouquet featured on & photo by Style Layers}

Foliage

Featured on Magnolia Rogue - Photo by Nina & Wes Photography

Foliage and Fern Green Wedding Bouquets that don't say

Featured on Green Wedding Shoes - Photo by Studio 127 Photography

Foliage and Fern Green Wedding Bouquets that don't say

Featured on Green Wedding Shoes - Photo by Shaunae Teske Photography

Foliage and Fern Green Wedding Bouquets that don't say

Featured on Mod Wedding - Photo by Jen Wojcik Photography

Foliage and Fern Green Wedding Bouquets that don't say

Featured on Nouba - Photo by Jo Bartholomew

Foliage and Fern Green Wedding Bouquets that don't say

Featured on & Photo by Style Layers

Tell us! Are you "going green" for your wedding? 

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Monday
Oct032016

Orange Bridal Bouquets | B&E Lucky in Love Blog

Fall Wedding Bouquets Inspired by the Color Orange

 

Vibrant, rustic, wild, textured, or subtle orange bridal bouquets are perfect for any season but we particularly love seeing this charismatic hue used in Fall weddings. Perhaps it's from all the beautiful pumpkins we see popping up around town but we couldn't think of a better color for a bridal bouquet board this month than Orange. For Autumn bouquets poppies, dahlias, tea roses, garden roses, berries, ranunculus, sunflowers, and alstroemeria are abundant.  Summer and Springtime orange flowers include gerber daisies, tulips and gladiolus.

 

Orange Bridal Bouquets | B&E Lucky in Love Blog

{Image Sources: Ranunculus, dahlia and tea rose bridal bouquet featured on Green Wedding Shoes, photo by Brandon Kidd Photography; Orange cascading bridal bouquet featured on Wedding Chicks, photo by Stephanie Cristalli Photography; Orange and blue wedding bouquet featured on Style Me Pretty, photo by Brklyn View Photography; Wild poppy bouquet featured on Ruffled Blog, photo by Delbarr Moradi Photography; Pink garden roses, burnt orange roses and berry bouquet featured on Collin Cowie Weddings; Peach & cream twine tied bouquet featured on Wedding Forward}

Orange Bridal Bouquets | B&E Lucky in Love Blog

Featured on Green Wedding Shoes - Photo by Brandon Kidd Photography

Orange Bridal Bouquets | B&E Lucky in Love Blog

Featured on Wedding Chicks - Photo by Stephanie Cristalli Photography

Orange Bridal Bouquets |B&E Lucky in Love Blog

Featured on Style Me Pretty - Photo by Brklyn View Photography

Orange Bridal Bouquets | B&E Lucky in Love Blog

Featured on Ruffled Blog - Photo by Delbarr Moradi Photography

Orange Bridal Bouquets | B&E Lucky in Love Blog

Featured on Collin Cowie Weddings

Orange Bridal Bouquets | B&E Lucky in Love Blog

Wedding Forward

 

With so many lovely orange color pallets to be inspired by from Peach Echo, to Potter's Clay, to Tangerine, to Cadmium Orange, to Celosia Orange, and Clementine, you're sure to find the perfect orange hue for your special day!

Monday
Sep052016

6 Festive Wedding Bouquets for the Autumn Bride | Lucky in Love Blog

Fall Wedding Bouquets

 

With so many incredible wedding resources out there from Pintertest to wedding blogs, the choices for what color you want to use for your wedding can be overwhelming. A pro tip? Try using the season to help narrow down your color and theme choices. Each season carries it's own beauty. How you choose to play that up can make it really lovely.

A Fall wedding has such lovely colors that evoke the seasonal change. The color of leaves changing and muted shades of reds and oranges can be truly stunning. So today we're showcasing 6 Festive Wedding Bouquets for the Autumn Bride that has us ready to embrace our favorite season, Autumn, and it's cornucopia of colors.

 

6 Festive Wedding Bouquets for the Autumn Bride |  Lucky in Love Blog

{Featured on Green Wedding Shoes - Photo by Nhiya Kaye Photography; Featured on Brendas Wedding Blog - Photo by Maggie Fortson Photography; Featured on Burnetts Boards - Photo by Sofia Martynova; Featured on Whimsical Wonderland Weddings - Photo by Livvy Hukins; Featured on Ruffled - Photo by Gideon Photography; Featured on Bridal Musings - Photo by Ella Photography}

6 Festive Wedding Bouquets for the Autumn Bride |  Lucky in Love Blog

Featured on Green Wedding Shoes - Photo by Nhiya Kaye Photography

6 Festive Wedding Bouquets for the Autumn Bride |  Lucky in Love Blog

Featured on Brendas Wedding Blog - Photo by Maggie Fortson Photography

6 Festive Wedding Bouquets for the Autumn Bride |  Lucky in Love Blog

Featured on Burnetts Boards - Photo by Sofia Martynova

6 Festive Wedding Bouquets for the Autumn Bride |  Lucky in Love Blog

Featured on Whimsical Wonderland Weddings - Photo by Livvy Hukins

6 Festive Wedding Bouquets for the Autumn Bride |  Lucky in Love Blog

Featured on Ruffled - Photo by Gideon Photography

6 Festive Wedding Bouquets for the Autumn Bride |  Lucky in Love Blog

Featured on Bridal Musings - Photo by Ella Photography

Are you getting married in Autumn? What floral elements are you looking to have in your bridal bouquet?

Wednesday
Jul062016

Ravishing Red Wedding Bouquets

"Painting the roses red" - the Queen of Hearts was onto something.  Taking inspiration from the good ole American Flag, this month we're highlighting red bridal bouquets. 

Red is a passionate, energizing, warm color that radiates strong and powerful masculine energy. The color red also has a long tradition of significance in weddings. In China & Japan, red is the color of luck and happiness. In Indian cultures the color symbolizes purity. Red is also one of the most popular colors used on flags in the world. Approximately 77% of all flags include red. Red also happens to be one of the top two favorite colors of people.  

Will you be featuring this ravishing hue in your wedding? 

Red Wedding Bouquet Inspiration from B&E Lucky in Love Wedding Blog
 {Image Sources: Red Dahlia, Anemone, Coxcomb bridal bouquet featured on Wedding Chicks, photo by Jenna Henderson; Red Anemone bouquet featured on Brides, photo by Dennis Kwan; Red flower and peppers wedding bouquet featured on Wedding Chicks, photo by Stephanie Rose Photography; Peonie & Ranunculus floral bouquet featured on Brides, photo by Jordan Brittley; Tulip, Fern & tropical blooms featured on Style Me Pretty, photo by Brittany Lauren; Roses, Gladiolus, Peonies and Orchid red wedding bouquet featured on Wedding Chicks - Photo by Mackenzie Jean}

red bridal bouquet

Featured on Wedding Chicks - Photo by Jenna Henderson

red bridal bouquet

Featured on Brides - Photo by Dennis Kwan

red bridal bouquet

Featured on Wedding Chicks - Photo by Stephanie Rose Photography

red bridal bouquet

Featured on Brides - Photo by Jordan Brittley

red bridal bouquet

Featured on Style Me Pretty - Photo by Brittany Lauren

red bridal bouquet


Featured on Wedding Chicks - Photo by Mackenzie Jean

Wednesday
Jun012016

Blue Wedding Bouquets

Indigo, Cerulean, Navy, Snorkle Blue ~ no matter what shade of blue you choose this hue pairs with all colors beautifully! Blue flowers represent desire, love, peacefulness, and serenity, perfection for your wedding day. (There is a reason why the rhyme says 'something borrowed, something blue".) Today we're featuring our favorite blue bridal bouquets that we're seeing trending!  Which one is your favorite?

See more blue wedding inspirtation HERE.

 

blue bridal bouquets

{Image Sources: Single blossom peonie bouquet featured on Elegant Wedding Invites, photo by Candice Benjamin Photography; Pelladonna, delphinium, muscari, scabiosa, veronica, thistle and hyacinth bouquet featured on The Knot, photo by SMS Photography; Succulent bouquet Featured on Mod Wedding, photo by Jeremy and Alica Brown; Dusty Miller bouquet featured on Weddings Unveiled; Blue thistle bouquet featured on The Wedding Chicks, photo by 1486 Photography; Hydrangea bouquet featured on The Perfect Palette, photo by Brian Craft Photograph}

Wednesday
Dec022015

December Flowers

December blooms offer the obvious, and beautiful, pallets of winter green and Rudolph red with it's abundance of evergreen boughs and red holly berries. Winter wedding flowers offer a uniqueness to your ceremony floral decor, bridal bouquets and boutonniere's as they feature high contract colors and are abundant during this season. 

 

December flowers 

Images: 1. Cyclamen via Gardening Know How; 2. Evergreen bough bouquet via Wed Luxe; 3. Holly Berry via Etsy; 4. Poinsettia via Intimate Weddings

  1. Cyclamen: The Cyclamen plant is apart of the primrose family and features five petals that are heart-shaped in pink, red, white, red and lavender and feature green leaves.  A cyclamen expresses sincere feelings and is often associated with love spells. 
  2. Evergreen boughs: Evergreen boughs are the perfect accompaniment for your winter bouquet as they offer 4 key elements to the creation of a stunning bouquet: rich green hues, varied textures, hardiness, and lovely fragrances. Evergreens are made up from shrubs and trees that retain their green foliage year-round. Their "leaves" are needle-like and carry a strong, woodsy, piney scent. Noble Fir, White Pine, Incense Cedar and Juniper are some of our favorite. Our favorite symbolic meaning of evergreen bough's is how they represent our capacity to love even in the coldest of times.
  3. Holly Berry: The holly berry is a iconic floral when thinking about December and Wintertime weddings. Holly comes from evergreen shrubs and feature glossy green, prickly leaves that can feature red, black or white berries. Common types include Inkberry, Winterberry, and Yaupon. The flowers are known to be associated with good fortune and protection.
  4. Poinsettia: Poinsettias are another iconic Christmastime flower. Today there are over 100 varieties of poinsettias available that feature colors including traditional red shades, white shades, pastel yellow, pink shades, burgundy, bi-colors, marbled, and speckled varieties. The December birth flower symbolizes success, good cheer, and wishes of mirth.

Find local Puget Sound Florists on the BanquetEvent Wedding Resource Guide