We love seeing the variety of color palettes and floral combinations that couples propose to us. Have you ever wondered what color palettes we think are stunning? Below, we will go into detail about 5 different color and floral palettes that inspire us and make us happy. Cause truly, that is what flowers should do!
This palette screams summer to us and we can't deny that summer is our absolute favorite season. Summer brings flowers, warmth, longer days and simpler living. We also particularly love this bouquet by Sayles Livingston Design. The bouquet has all our favorites: Elena's favorite flower a dahlia, beautiful large peachy blush garden roses, with little fun pops of peach hypericum berries. Between the big bold flowers, this bouquet also has dainty ranunculus which just brings back that summer bridal feel. We love the pairing of these bold flower choices with the olive and seeded eucalyptus as well, which gives body and depth to this arrangement.
We love this bouquet made by E's Florals. I think what sets this bouquet apart is the beautiful two toned magnolia leaves that add that quintessential touch of fall. The dark burnt orange tone of the magnolia leaves blends so well with the blush and apricot colored roses as well as the dark colored greenery and dried grasses. The combination of fresh and dried greenery really highlights the changing of the seasons while also looking well put together.
Although winter may not initially be your first choice for a wedding, there is something so magical about a winter wedding! Winter weddings can highlight the beauty of the Vermont scenery covered in snow and there are no distractions other than you as a couple. This bouquet highlights everything we love about the winter. Simple white florals paired with evergreen greenery, a fun touch of pine cones and then adding a light sage tone from seeded eucalyptus. We would love to re-create this bouquet for a New England winter couple!
Although we love a blush or light pink peony, these big coral peonies really are a showstopper. We love the bright pop of coral paired with the more muted tones of the simple, rosette blooms of lisianthus and roses and the sage and dark greenery. This arrangement color palette is so versatile and would fit very well as both a spring or early summer wedding bouquet.
We are huge fans of Flowers by Tami who is based in Tennessee! This bouquet is traditional meets wildflower, which is so unique and fun. In this bouquet you have the traditional bridal feel with blushes and sage greens but also have fun texture with spiky astrania, sparkly queen annes lace and yarrow, and height with those fluffy white stock. This bouquet takes a fun spin on classic bridal and we are here for it!
Which colors and flowers make you happy? We would love to create any of these bouquets OR bring what inspires you from photo to real life.