vermont wedding flowers at Edson Hill Manor

How Wedding Flowers Tell Your Story

Part of what I love about working with my customers is helping them tell their story with flowers.

Here are 10 ways to tell your wedding day story with flowers…

#1. For a classic, romantic feeling you can trust in blooms such as garden roses, ranunculus and hydrangea.  A palette of white & green is always in style. Accents of peach, pale yellow or light pink add a soft touch of color while keeping it classy.

bridesmaid's bouquet

#2. Casual, summery weddings can tell their story with wildflowers and eclectic blooms in various colors.  You can have an elegant wedding in a relaxed atmosphere with wildflower inspired designs.

yellow, orange, blue and pink wildflower bouquet

#3. Couples with a natural, organic style may opt for foodie elements like fresh herbs and ornamental kale to highlight their distinctive, slightly offbeat taste.

White wedding bouquet of dahlias, peonies, lisianthus, scabiosa and kale

#4. Want a funky, modern vibe?  Texture and unique blooms with exotic greens like berzillia and leucodendron make a statement that your guests will talk about.

purple centerpiece

#5. Bright, bold colors express a fun-loving, party style that just makes people happy!  Seriously, how can you not smile at this palette?

colorful centerpiece for Vermont wedding

#6. Create a rustic, country-inspired-style by blending weathered tins and burlap with stylish blooms to present a farm to table feel that is still distinctly “wedding”.

white, pink, yellow and purple centerpiece, Grand Isle, VT

#7. A sophisticated bouquet of white mini callas is deceptively simple, yet opulent for an elegant, formal affair.  This look transcends season and is a perennial classic.

white calla bouquet

#8. In Vermont we clearly have a peak season in the fall when the foliage attracts the masses so including a seasonal fall palette here is a must.  Saturated colors, pods, berries, foliage and texture are quintessential autumnal botanicals.

fall wedding bouquet

#9. For a wintery wedding a cool combination of white and silver infuses a breath of freshness to the chilly, Vermont air….although I can see this bouquet working in any season.

Winter Wedding Bouquet

#10. Here’s a spring-inspired design that is modern, yet completely at home in a casual, country setting.  Smaller, delicate blooms like sweet peas, grape hyacinth and anemones effortlessly create interest and texture.

Purple, White and Blue Spring Wedding

love my couples. I truly have some of the best customers a girl could ask for. When our styles & personalities line up it’s always a good sign.

Do any of these floral styles feel like your wedding day style?

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