10 Wedding Bouquets We Love

Since we're not currently flowering (due to Coronavirus), we've had a lot of time to go through photos from our past events and I thought I'd share my 10 favorite Bridal Bouquets I've made over the years (in no particular order).

Let me know in the comments which one is your favorite!

1.) This ethereal Spring show stopper filled with garden roses and butterfly ranunculus, shot at Sunset Cliffs.

2.) This whimsical, neutral palette for a 1920's inspired shoot at Balboa Park, filled with garden roses, lisianthus, sweet peas, spirea and privet berry.

Photography by Mandy Ford Photography | 2019

3.) This bright and vibrant bouquet, filled with all the best Spring flowers: daffodils, tulips, lilac, butterfly ranunculus, poppies and more.

Photography by Mandy Ford Photography | 2019

4.) This romantic rose bouquet with hellebore, pieris, and jasmine accents, shot on the beach in Dana Point, California.

Photography by Lianna Marie Photography | 2019

5.) This texture filled garden style and succulent bouquet with the perfect white and hints of blue for a seaside wedding at Scripps Seaside Forum, filled with lots of lush greenery: mint, ruscus, eucalyptus, wax flower, and rosemary.

6.) This gorgeous modern, yet romantic twist on a Mexican, Frida Kahlo inspired wedding filled with parrot tulips, hellebores, roses, anthuriums, calla lilies, and palm fans.

Photography by Rachael Marie Photography | 2019

7.) This beautiful Spring bouquet pushing the color palette to created so much depth; filled with roses, lilac, sweet peas, butterfly ranunculus and hellebores.

Photography by Wheeland Photography | 2019

8.) This grand orchid, rose, ranunculus, carnation and hellebore editorial bouquet!

Photography by Mandy Ford Photography | 2109

9.) This lush white garden rose bouquet, with just a touch of black privet berry for their elegant black and white wedding in Downtown, San Diego.

Photography by Gabriel Conover | 2019

10.) This light and airy, somewhat traditional, peony filled bouquet for a gorgeous beach Bride. This was our last event this year before everyones least favorite C word shut us down.

Video by Sydney Beth Films | 2020

2019 was such a good year! Cannot wait to get back to flowering this Fall and make this year even grander! Which bouquet do you love?

Peace, love and flowers my friends.

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