We recently collaborated with a cute couple on flowers for their destination wedding in the cool pines of northern Arizona. The bride had a strong organic aesthetic going, using lots of mixed greenery, berries and lacey fillers. Very on-trend she wanted peonies and garden roses in her bouquet, so we brought in soft white Duchess peonies and elegant Patience garden roses also in white as her focal flowers. Plenty of wildflower-looking accents were added such as white Veronica, cream hypericum berries, seeded eucalyptus, silver dollar eucalyptus, touches of Silver Queen pittosporum and Italian ruscus.
The bridesmaids carried simple and elegant nosegays. Each was made from a single Patience garden rose surrounded by an abundance of mixed greenery and accented with long ribbon tails.
The bouttonieres had a strong organic aesthetic as well. Consisting of all mixed greenery with a berry accent, they packed a powerful punch combining elements of masculine and trendy.
Crowns are stealing the show right now and this one was no exception. The flower girl looked cute as a button in this circlet made entirely from the mixed greens we used in the bride’s bouquet.
We loved the look of the finished product. Using greenery as a dominant force in your wedding flowers is not only on-trend right now, it’s also budget-friendly. The bride was thrilled and so were we. A huge shout out to Monique Hessler Weddings for the gorgeous photography.