wedding bouquets

  • What to do with a white wedding

    Selecting wedding floral and decor can easily become overwhelming; with hundreds of colors and looks to choose from, where do you even start? The rising trend of using all white certainly makes coordinating simple, while creating a look that is classic, and always in season.

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    We love this color scheme (or lack thereof ) because, it’s just so flexible! Design choices and details will dictate the formality of the ambiance you create. Accessories like accent pearls, hanging crystals, tall clear vases, and satin fabrics will create a luxurious setting for your formal affair. If you prefer a more casual garden look, try incorporating paper details, lace ribbons and linens, wool fabric (for a winter wedding)and or wooden containers.

    With such a vast selection of flowers available in white, it is important to consider the ‘temperature’ of your reception space. For a warmer appearance, let loose and use all shades of white, cream, ivory and egg shell. To keep things on the cooler side, consider using some of the foliage that come in shades of grey, Dusty Miller is our favorite!

     

  • Limelight Hydrangeas

    Limelight Hydrangea from our cutting garden.

    From our garden to your bouquet, Limelight Hydrangeas are officially in season and they are gorgeous! Their large collection of flowers begin slightly off-white with an ever so delicate green hue that gradually turns darker with age. After a few weeks of blooming the white will fade almost completely to pale green. Because of their woody stems, these full proof beauties do not wilt like their more fragile ancestors the Lacecap and Snowball varieties… read more

  • Summer Flowers

    Summer weddings beckon the use of those classic flowers that are only available this time of year. One such flower, the Zinnia, is grown in just about every shade imaginable from clean and classic white to vibrant and whimsical orange and fuchsia… read more