Color color color . . . Spring has surely arrived early this year!
~ bride Sarah ~
Marrying in early March 2012, Bride Sarah asked me to "Rush Spring" a bit when creating her bouquets. The color of her bridesmaid's bouquets came from purple veronica, yellow jonquil, peach tulips and apple green athos mums. The wedding bouquets popped against the white wooden frame chapel of Altadena Valley Presbyterian Church in Vestavia Hills, Alabama. Sarah carried a rainbow of color in her bouquet as well.
In early March our trees were still bare but "rushing Spring" came easily with all of this bright color.
~ bride Rachel ~
I have only named a bouquet once or twice in over 10 years of business. However, I could not resist giving this feminine nosegay of sweet pink akito roses, tiny pearled stephanotis and a collar of camelia japonica a name!
The bouquet, "Sweetheart" had to be lovely next to the stunning diamond bracelet bride Rachel wore on her wedding day. The bracelet was a gift from her father.
~ bride Trameika ~
Often one tiny ingredient serves as design inspiration for an entire bouquet.
Such was the case with this bouquet for a bride whose signature drink was a blood orange martini. The bright orange reiger begonia was the a perfect starting place for us to design the bouquet in Trameika's wedding colors of clementine and firecracker. This one is composed of tulips, calla lilies, Big Fun roses and protea.
The setting for Trameika and Joe's wedding reception was a rustic building on the river's edge in historic Demopolis Alabama that perched over the water perfectly so that just as guests settled in, it captured a sunset view echoing every hue in this bouquet.
image Jerrod Brown Studios
This yellow and gray garden bouquet with cream evening stock, yellow parrot tulips and yellow rannuculus takes it's inspiration from the lovely silk ribbons with happy stripes.
Image Carnaggio Photography
~ bride Ann ~
The firery rannuculus steal the show in this red rose bouquet with dusty miller and magnolia for a cajun throw down at American Village in Montevallo, Alabama.
~ bride Laurie Anne ~
This blue bouquet is for a bride marrying at Aldridge Gardens in Hoover, Alabama. There of course is no more appropriate flower to use in a Bride's bouquet at Aldridge than hydrangea. This bouquet for a Fall wedding had a collar of seeded eucalyptus.
Stephen Devries Photography
~ bride Caitlin ~
I have always thought the color red looks especially pretty on brunettes. The bride on this day shows off freedom roses in her bouquet when she married at Shades Mountain Baptist Church. Bride Caitlin knew at our first meeting together exactly what she wanted in her bouquet, "Red roses!"
Image Simple Color Photography
Here is a picture one of my all time favorite rose bouquets. Thank you David for taking the picture!David Shirk of Unplugged Photography