We were just recently featured over at Wedding Chicks for one of our very own Bouquet Recipes that we created especially for them. I wanted something soft textural and romantic with the best of the best in terms of flowers. You’ll notice some of my absolute favorites mixed up in this beautiful bunch…Hellebores, Blushing Bride Protea and pieris japonica. Read on to see what Wedding Chicks wrote about this little pretty!
As wedding bouquet obsessives, naturally we jump at any opportunity to share a pretty bouquet recipe with you. Knowing the exact flowers used in a bouquet allows you to share exactly what you are looking for in your wedding bouquet.
Today we have a darling white, pink and green wedding bouquet from the creative floral genius Aly from The Vine’s Leaf. An Orange County florist who knows a thing or two about putting together a pretty bouquet. Aly is also part of our hand-picked wedding collection, learn more about Aly here and read on to learn the exact florals in this simply darling wedding bouquet. Photographed beautifully byLane Dittoe Photography.
If you plan on creating your own wedding bouquet, we listed the florals below for this pink,green and white wedding bouquet as well as what season they thrive in. The chalkboard sign used above is from Melinda Wedding Design . They also carry burlap ribbon, as you see Aly used burlap ribbon in the bouquet wrap.
Pink Cafe Au’lait Dahlias: fresh cut dahlias are available Aug-Sept.
Pieris Japonica: also known as lily-of-the-valley, is a year round flower. However, March it is almost completely covered in bell-shaped, creamy white blooms. Perfect for a wedding bouquet.
Pink Astilbe: blooms from June through August and can be used in dried flower arrangements as well.
Iceberg Roses: most popular roses. Pure white double blooms are produced continuously all season
Hellebores-: produce some of the most treasured flowers of winter and early spring