Last week I shared a few snaps of some of the lovely flowers that we had in the studio this summer. This week I am sharing some of the quick studio snaps of some of the bouquets we made for Brides. Honestly, most wedding weekends I am so focused on packing up the car and not forgetting anything on my list that it slips my mind completely to take a photo of anything I make before it heads out the door. If I’m lucky I’ll remember to take a quick snap of just the bouquet…these are some of those lucky shots!
A small bouquet of mainly daffodils and ranunculus. I love a small bouquet! This was pre-stem cut but I still think this one is cute!
Blossoms, lilacs, and daffodils – this big ceremony piece used the best of what was in season.
Purple spring flowers – allium and lilac along with some spirea.
Parrot tulips are one of my favourite spring flowers and the pink anemone suited this bright pink bridal bouquet so well.
These ranunculus were just insane. I used them in what I think was my favourite bouquet of the year…unfortunately I forgot to take a picture of that one 🙁
There are a magical 2 weeks where local peonies and garden roses fall at the same time. This bouquet was made in those 2 weeks!
A mock table set up in the studio to go with the previous bouquet.
I actually made this bouquet just for fun (and recorded it on my instagram IGTV). These yellow tree peonies were so beautiful that I had to play around with them! I’m still dying to do a yellow wedding though!
I used so many beautiful peonies this year, and these soft pink ones are no exception.
I love working with purple flowers and I don’t get to too often. This is a shot of a bridesmaid and bridal bouquet from an early August wedding.
This wedding was a lot of fun to make. We wanted bright vibrant colours and all local flowers which we did! The garden roses and ranunculus are so beautiful and zinnias are one of my favourite fall flowers.
We made 9 lovely and petite bridesmaids bouquets for this beautiful tented wedding up north
More ranunculus stealing my heart!
This big bouquet was for a lovely local wedding and used so many of my favourite flowers – dahlias, local garden roses, lisianthus and more!
Blush and burgundy dahlias with texture and grasses is a great fall combo.
I loved using cosmos from my garden in all of my fall bouquets this year
Another blush and burgundy beauty for the fall. This Bride loved garden roses so we made sure they were a focal.
These locally grown zinnias just might be my favourite bunch of flowers from the year. I just love how each bloom is so different!
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