PACIFIC COAST FLORAL DESIGN A lovely palette of mauve, peach, pink and lavender sings in this bouquet of pink sweet pea, quicksand roses and lilac carnations, creating a look that marries modern and Old World romance.
(Photo by Angie Rich Photography)
FLORAL SUNSHINE Mingling shades of green, bright red and white make this sophisticated bouquet the perfect addition to a holiday wedding while also exuding moody, modern vibes. Photo by Rebecca Rizzo Photographics)
CAROLINE REUSEN FLORAL DESIGN This elegant bouquet in shades of lavender features all blooms—no greenery—to accentuate the unique color scheme. It includes sweet peas, phlox, roses, scabiosa and lisianthus. (Photo by Lauren Lee Photography)
MARUWA DESIGN FLORISTRY AND EVENTS A sunny palette of ranunculus, freesia, Iceland poppies and lily flowering tulips brings an expressive-yet-refined feel to this beautiful arrangement. (Photo by Kendra Cates Photography)
SWOON FLORAL DESIGN Pacific Northwest–grown dahlias, zinnias, scabiosa, garden roses and phlox are gathered into a romantic arrangement that catches the eye with its sprays of coral, magenta, yellow and peach.(Photo by Katie Jackson Photography)
BLOMSTRA FLORAL CO. Colorful, happy and full of visual interest (per the bride’s request), this bouquet holds special meaning. Head designer Morgan Westerberg-Jackson of Blomstra Floral Co. selected anemones, ranunculus, tulips and delphinium for their symbolic significance, conveying more than meets the eye.(Photo by Zotti)