November 2, 2016

Greenery Guide

Accenting your bouquet or arrangements with greenery gives the finished piece shape, body, and context for the accompanying colors.  Whether you dream of bountiful greens spilling out to give a bouquet a waterfall effect, or just a few dots of foliage to set your blooms in a natural frame, there are infinite options to accentuate your color scheme and design goals.  Here’s a quick guide to some of the greens we use most often here at Bride & Blossom for bouquets, boutonnieres, and centerpieces.

Seeded Eucalyptus

Seeded Eucalyptus is one of the most popular and versatile options for bouquets and arrangements alike.  With both long, smooth leaves and clusters of small seeds growing freely along the stem, seeded eucalyptus lends itself well to boho and vintage-inspired looks.
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Categories: Blog, Types of Flowers

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February 2, 2016

Bouquet Recipe: Blush Bouquet

Blush Bouquet Recipe

Today’s bouquet recipe uses monochromatic blush accents from light pink roses and pink ranunculus to add a touch of romance to a classic white bouquet. This is a great way to pick up complementary colors from your bridesmaids dresses, accessories, or decor.

Inspired by this style? Visit your florist with color swatches you’d like to add to your bouquet and ask about flower options that accent our color scheme.

Photo by: Susan Stripling Photography

Venue:  The Liberty Warehouse

Categories: Blog, Floral Arrangements and Decor Advice

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