Beautiful bride Courtney wanted garden-like wedding flowers that looked almost fresh picked. We’ll be sharing more from the waterfront ceremony and reception at Manhattan’s Battery Gardens soon, but first, this special bouquet warranted a new bouquet recipe.
If you’re planning your own wedding right now and you’ve just started gathering inspiration, you might feel confused about terminology. Love this look? Ask your wedding florist for a natural or organic shape with texture and dimension. The shape here is softly rounded, but not round or compact.
Courtney’s bouquet was composed of ivory and white garden roses, white anemones and ranunculus, blush La Perla roses, with accents of seeded eucalyptus and cascading jasmine vines. We think it looked perfect with the bride’s loose, romantic waves and that gorgeous champagne dress with the delicate, dark-lace overlay.