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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Imagine making your grand entrance on this stunning staircase. Here, Maven expertly adorns a banister with dusty miller, baby and bonsai eucalyptus, sweet huckleberry, lace fern, plumosa asparagus, smilax, anthurium, carnations, roses and kangaroo paws.
A few blooms in deep, dramatic colors, like these burgundy scabiosa and ranunculus, add dimension to an arrangement, so brighter flora—quicksand roses, white ranunculus and Pink Mink protea—can shine. Also featured in this centerpiece by A Day in Provence are andromeda, jasmine vine, silver brunia and viburnum.
Architectural in nature, this centerpiece from Fleur de Lis shows off a unique, totally fresh shape. Garden roses, anthurium, eremurus, privet berry, brunia, leucadendron, senecio, ranunculus, freesia, peony and andromeda play perfectly together, in shades of white, silver and gold.
A free-spirited bouquet, overflowing with fresh foliage, is the perfect accompaniment to a boho bridal gown. Hellebores, anemones, privet, maidenhair fern, violets, clematis and jasmine vine combine in this beauty from Martha’s Gardens.
Monograms are all the rage in wedding décor, and they’re even more stylish made of flowers. Hang your floral monogram on the doors to the ceremony, behind your head table or anywhere your heart desires. This arrangement by Wisteria features Mayra’a Green garden roses, Amnesia roses, astrantia, hellebores, privet berries, dusty miller and silver dollar garland.
Simple and so sweet, this bouquet by Petals & Beans shines with an all-white palette. Romeo garden roses, Japanese ranunculus, veronica, andromeda heather, spray roses, hellebores and stock pair perfectly with greens like silver dollar eucalyptus, flowering jasmine vine, dusty miller, silver brunia and huckleberry.