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Entries in Wedding florals (7)

Wednesday
Oct042017

Dark and Dreamy Fall Bouquets | B&E Lucky in Love Blog

Dark and Dreamy Bouquets

These dark and dreamy fall bouquets are perfect for an October wedding! We love how dramatic they are and what a statement they make!

 

Dark and Dreamy Fall Bouquets | B&E Lucky in Love Blog

{Image Sources: Feathered bouquet featured on Nouba - photo by Bonnie Jenkins; green peach bouquet featured on Green Wedding Shoes - photo by Tyler Branch; Green marroon and white bouquet featured on Noahs Weddings - photo by India Earl Photography; Dark purple and green bouquet featured on Trendy Bride; Red and pink bouquet featured on Green Wedding Shoes - photo by Floataway Studios; Red green and dark bouquet featured on Green Wedding Shoes - photo by Docuvitae}

Dark and Dreamy Fall Bouquets | B&E Lucky in Love Blog

featured on Nouba - photo by Bonnie Jenkins

Dark and Dreamy Fall Bouquets | B&E Lucky in Love Blog

featured on Green Wedding Shoes - photo by Tyler Branch

Dark and Dreamy Fall Bouquets | B&E Lucky in Love Blog

featured on Noahs Weddings - photo by India Earl Photography

Dark and Dreamy Fall Bouquets | B&E Lucky in Love Blog

featured on Trendy Bride

Dark and Dreamy Fall Bouquets | B&E Lucky in Love Blog

featured on Green Wedding Shoes - photo by Floataway Studios

Dark and Dreamy Fall Bouquets | B&E Lucky in Love Blog

featured on Green Wedding Shoes - photo by Docuvitae

Monday
Feb132017

Romantic and Red Valentines Wedding Inpiration | B&E Lucky in Love Blog

Valentines Red Wedding Inpiration

Here is a lovely and romantic Valentines inspired wedding board. This is such a gorgeous color palette —red, green and white with touches of gold. It might seem these colors would make you think of Christmas, but we think not! Featured against white, they're so romantic and look absolutely stunning... just perfect for a Valentines wedding!

 

Romantic and Red Valentines Wedding Inpiration | B&E Lucky in Love Blog

{Image Sources: Bride with red lips and nails featured on Style Me Pretty - Photo by Greg Finck; Bridesmaid in red dress featured on Style Me Pretty - Photo by Aria Studios; Red place setting featured on Style Me Pretty - Photo by Aria Studios: Red floral decor featured on Mod Wedding - Photo by Modern Wedding Photography; Wedding cake featured on Elizabeth Anne Designs - Photo by Tracy Enoch Photography; Red ring box featured on Style Me Pretty - Photo by Rachel Solomon Photography}

Romantic and Red Valentines Wedding Inpiration | B&E Lucky in Love Blog

featured on Style Me Pretty - Photo by Greg Finck

Romantic and Red Valentines Wedding Inpiration | B&E Lucky in Love Blog

eatured on Style Me Pretty - Photo by Aria Studios

Romantic and Red Valentines Wedding Inpiration | B&E Lucky in Love Blog

featured on Style Me Pretty - Photo by Aria Studios

Romantic and Red Valentines Wedding Inpiration | B&E Lucky in Love Blog

featured on Mod Wedding - Photo by Modern Wedding Photography

Romantic and Red Valentines Wedding Inpiration | B&E Lucky in Love Blog

featured on Elizabeth Anne Designs - Photo by Tracy Enoch Photography

Romantic and Red Valentines Wedding Inpiration | B&E Lucky in Love Blog

featured on Style Me Pretty - Photo by Rachel Solomon Photography

Monday
Aug292016

Wedding Tip #2 - Flower Colors and Shades | Lucky in Love Blog

Advice to help you through the wedding planning process

 

Wedding Tip Flower Colors from Lucky in Love Blog

Flower Colors & Shades ~ Always use a fabric swatch or ribbon sample to show your florist the exact color you have in mind for your wedding. The florists will help to blend the entire theme and mood of your wedding with the floral decorations and bouquets.

This is a fabulous suggestion when talking wedding colors, as your idea of lavender might be different from your florists, and will help to avoid a purple-hue misunderstanding. 

Find more helpful planning tips and tricks about Wedding Florals HERE.

Wednesday
Aug032016

Purple Wedding Bouquets | Lucky in Love Blog

Nosegay, Hand tied and Round Purple Bridal Bouquets

 

Purple Wedding Bouquets are a summertime favorite. Here in the Pacific NW gardens are overflowing with an abundance of hydrangeas ranging from lavender to deep plum. Purple flowers represent dignity, charm, grace, elegance, and refinement. Tonal, ombre’, or bold ranges of this rich hue, we love the romantic impression purple wedding bouquets create. 

 

Purple Wedding Bouquets

{Featured Images: Sweet Pea & French Lavender bridal bouquet on Want That Wedding, photo by Cassandra Lane Photography; rustic wildflower bloom bouquet featured on Love My Dress, photo by Lelia Scarfiotti; hydraina, tulip & rose purple bouquet featured on Mod Wedding, photo by Jenny Demarco; purple bridal bouquet featured on Rock and Roll Bride, photo by Anna Hardy; purple roses bouquet featured on Wedding Chicks, photo by Emily Weis Photography; Dahlia & roses wedding bouquet featured on Mod Wedding, photo by Everlasting Moments}

Featured on Want That Wedding - Photo by Cassandra Lane Photography

Purple Wedding Bouquets

Featured on Love My Dress - Photo by Lelia Scarfiotti

Purple Wedding Bouquets

Featured on Mod Wedding - Photo by Jenny Demarco

Purple Wedding Bouquets

Featured on Rock and Roll Bride - Photo by Anna Hardy

Purple Wedding Bouquets

Featured on Wedding Chicks - Photo by Emily Weis Photography

Purple Wedding Bouquets

Featured on Mod Wedding - Photo by Everlasting Moments

Are you loving this royal hue too? What are your favorite purple flowers?

Monday
May022016

Pink Wedding Bouquet Inspiration

Pink is such a pretty color, the classic color of femininity. From HOT Pink to light pink, there is no right or wrong, they are all lovely. There are quite a wide variety of flowers you could choose for your bouquet, such as Peonies, Roses, Ranunculus, Gerbera Daisies, & Tulips. We could go on and on. Here are some beautiful Pink bouquets that we love!

 

Pink Bridal Bouquets

{Images via: Pink and Purple Roses and Dahlia bouquet featured on Style Me Pretty, photo by Orange2; Peonie bouquet featured on 100 Layer Cake, photo by Ashley Ludaescher; Protea bouquet featured on Wedding Chicks, photo by Tana Photography; Hydrangeas photo via In My Own Style; Peonies with greenery featured on Wedding Chicks - Photo by 2Brides Photography;  Roses, succulent and peonie bouquet featured on Something Turqoise, photo by All My Love Photography; Gerbera daisy and roses bouquet featured on Something Turquoise, photo by Gayle Driver Photography}

Monday
Feb292016

Alternative Bouquets

Looking for alternatives to the traditional wedding bouquet? Here are 6 stunning floral and non-floral bridal bouquets that are inspiring us this month. 

 

{Image Sources: 1. Pinecone bouquet - Deer Pearl Flowers; 2. Wreath bouquet - Ashleigh Jayne Photography via Magnolia Rouge; 3. Broach bouquet - Boho Weddings; 4. Fabric bouquet - Leah Moss Photography via Stoyrboard Wedding; 5. Dried Rye bouquet - Studio Fleurette via Pop Sugar; 6. Feather bouquet - Emplume by Etsy via Pop Sugar}

 

  1. Pinecone bouquet via Deer Pearl Flowers: Embrace your inner Pacific Northwesterners or wintertime wedding with a pinecone bouquet.
  2. Wreath bouquet via Magnolia Rouge: A unique twist for carrying fresh flowers is to carry a bridal wreath. Often seen used with flower girls we are loving the idea of the bride herself embracing this trend.
  3. Broach bouquet via Intimate Weddings:  Perfect for a vintage-themed wedding try a bridal bouquet that is created with heirloom brooches collected family members and garage sale and antique store finds.
  4. Fabric bouquet via Storyboard Wedding: Use sentimental fabrics, like your mothers wedding gown, or pieces of you and your fiancée christening gowns, to create sentimental fabric flowers that you will want to display year round.
  5. Dried Rye bouquet via Pop Sugar: Country wedding bliss with this bouquet of dried rye, a grass grown as a grain related to barley and wheat but taller, stronger and offers a unique green dried color.
  6. Feather bouquet via Pop Sugar: Looking for a couture alternative to fresh florals? Think about a feather wedding bouquet. Pair it with rhinestones to elevate this light and airy display.

 

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