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The New Bohemian: Adding Splash of Color in Your Florals
Nothing quite says "wedding" like fresh florals. If you are looking for a bohemian style, consider using different color florals for a vivid and bright style. Whether you incorporate flowers on your centerpieces, headpiece, cake, or perhaps even all of the above, the charm of these natural beauties are sure to leave a lasting impression.
Bring the outdoors in with a bespoke ceremony installation by The Petal. A simple wooden backdrop adds depth, while branches intertwined with fresh blooms of clematis, butterfly ranunculus and dahlias will gracefully frame the couple as they say their vows. Lively grasses add height to the arrangements of Japanese anemones, snapdragons and scabiosa flanking the aisle.
A bountiful floral headpiece is the perfect finishing touch to this boho bridal ensemble. The asymmetrical structure of this vibrant crown by Studio C Floral gives it fanciful appeal, as it delicately rests atop a natural up-do by WarPaint International Beauty Agency. Classic botanicals like ranunculus, lavender and roses provide color, while Andromeda heather, hanging amaranthus and plumosa add movement and soft texture.
Walk down the aisle with a bridal bouquet in a painter’s palette of summery brights and soft pastels. Rose and Laurel sought out locally and U.S.-grown flowers, including garden roses, dahlias, hydrangeas, yarrow, Japanese anemone and delphinium—all tied together with a botanical print ribbon by Silk & Willow.
Let flowers take the lead.
A minimalist cake by Ink Sweets gets a maximalist makeover with florals by Botany Creative Works. Sunny ranunculus, celiosa and daffodils are accented by bright greens of fragrant mint. Quirky sprigs of salvia, gomphrena and verbena playfully pop. Botany Creative Works used organically grown and pesticide-free florals to keep this delectable confection all-natural.
Charismatic, chromatic centerpieces by Sadie’s Couture Floral set the mood for a dreamy dinner. Featuring locally and sustainably sourced blossoms from the Twin Cities Flower Exchange, guests can dine amid a garden of helenium, echinacea, feverfew, ranunculus, delphiniums, garden roses, daisies, spray roses and dahlias.
Flowing bell sleeves and luxurious lace make this Alyne by Rita Vinieris gown from Annika Bridal Boutique an idyllic fit for modern flower-child vibes. The natural lighting at Each Other accentuates the bride’s natural glow, complemented by makeup by WarPaint International Beauty Agency.