Whether your wedding theme is mostly neutrals or full of bold colors, these citrus-hued blooms are a fun and flirty way to bring the seasonal elements into your celebration!
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(above) Studio Fleurette of Somerset, WI, combines a veritable garden—lush Juliet garden roses, viburnum, Iceland poppies, peonies, ranunculus, trailing begonia, tulips and scented geranium—with a sprinkle of jasmine vine, all to resplendent effect. A trail of coral and blush silk ribbons tied around the stems completes the luxe bouquet.
(above) Scarlet hanging amaranthus, chocolate cosmos and aubergine hypericum berries command attention in this sophisticated centerpiece by St. Paul-based A Day in Provence. Dainty ivory astilbe and violet fritillaria balance the darker hues, while poppy pods, olive leaf and sweet huck give the arrangement a lush green platform.
(above) Oversized, loosely arranged centerpieces, like this beauty from Sadie’s Couture Floral & Event Styling in Minneapolis, make the ultimate modern floral statement. Here, coned leucadendron, white O’Hara garden roses, dahlias, snapdragons, protea, clematis, sweet huck, thistle, dusty miller, Italian ruscus and ti leaves form the perfect eclectic mix.
(above) For a dramatic take on your head table, let your centerpiece dance down to the floor. In this stunner, Minneapolis’ Roger Beck Florist effortlessly pairs vibrant Salmanasar garden roses, hydrangeas and hypericum berries with softer flora like willow eucalyptus, budded eucalyptus, salal, acacia, plumosa, poppy pods, echeveria and magnolia leaves. A copper-leaf farm table from Rudy’s Event Rentals in St. Paul completes the glamorous bohemian scene.
(above) Parrot tulips, Clooney ranunculus, pieris heather, umbrella fern, acacia, eucalyptus seed, spiraea, Italian pittosporum, leucadendron, thyme, scented geranium, scabiosa pods and berzillia are a breath of fresh air in this stylish bouquet by Maven Floral in Minneapolis. A navy silk ribbon wraps around the stems for an adventurous accent.
(above) Minneapolis’ Studio Emme takes the bridal bouquet to a new level. Striking Caramel Antike garden roses, ranunculus, fritillaria persica, hellebores and astilbe keep step with soft greens like podocarpus, agonis and plumosa fern, which trail gently to the floor. The bouquet rests on an artfully distressed vintage white French country dining chair from Rudy’s Event Rentals.