A look back at some pretty luscious 2014 bouquets
This year we were asked to create some pretty lovely and stunning bouquets. From soft and romantic to textured and full they are all pretty amazing in our books.
This lovely fuchsia and apricot garden rose and cream pieris bouquet was created for a vintage chic style creative that we shot with some pretty wonderful friends last September at Ruthven Heritage Park. I still think it’s top on my list for the year. I simply melt each time a look at it.
Anna & Vlad’s wedding took place at Ruthven Hertiage Park just prior to our style shoot. Her gorgeous bouquet was full of luscious peach juliette garden roses, stock flower, ranunculus, astilby, and spray roses. I wish you could have smelled how lovely this bouquet was. These bouquets speak for themselves. I loved the stunning cascading bouquet that Leslie created for Alison. It was so perfect her.
Our gal Leslie creates the most stunning of cascading bouquets, don’t you think! Lisa was over the moon about hers, so much so that she held that beauty all evening long. Thank goodness this lovely lady works out…that beauty was heavy!
This hydrangea, rose and berry bouquet is simple, sweet and did it ever look so lovely as our bride walked down the aisle. Stunning against her romantic ivory lace gown. Dusty miller, ranunculus, anemone and peony…what could be any more perfect! Simple, sweet and lovely. Becca’s regal winter bouquet was spectacular. I have never created a bouquet that so perfectly matched the personality of one bride than I did when I created Becca’s. Beautiful, vibrant and so much fun.
Erin’s Bouquet captured by Christopher Porto | Alison’s Bouquets captured by Magnolia Studios | Lisa’s Bouquet captured by Spots Studios | Lavender & cream rose bouquet captured by Claire Dam Photography | Becca’s Bouquet captured by Erin Blackwood