Tuesday, August 2, 2011

All Things Weddings: Flowers and Bouquets

All Things Weddings: Part 2: Wedding Flowers: Bouquets and Boutonnieres

Early in summer I started a new Blog called "All Things Weddings" where I am excited to share with you the details that make each and every wedding we have here at Pine River Ranch so beautiful and unique. Hopefully, this will be great inspiration for all you future brides and grooms out there as you begin to narrow down the choices of flowers, dresses, cakes, centerpieces and more! If you didn't get to see Part 1, we started with All Things Weddings: Cakes and you can take a peak!
Today I am excited to share Part 2: Wedding Flowers: Bouquets and Boutonnieres. Personally, I enjoyed narrowing down every detail of my wedding and I don't think I could pick a favorite part! Flowers were a huge part of my wedding and were my main decoration on the tables, aisles and around the venue. Today, I'm keeping the flowers limited to bouquets and boutonnieres but I will be sure to share table centerpieces and aisle runners with you later in the summer.
This beautiful pink, orange and red rose bouquet looked great decorating the venue 
Matthew and Ashley had their bouquets done by Safeway for their fall wedding at Pine River Ranch and bought bulk flowers to make their own centerpieces and boutonnieres which turned out great!
Sage and Alex were thrilled to get their flowers from Safeway as well! Sage was so happy with the local florist who helped her track down ribbons and glass beads that matched their wedding colors perfectly for their centerpieces and bouquets.
Kimberly's white rose bouquet was so elegant and very sentimental. The beautiful lace fabric surrounding the bouquet was from her grandmothers wedding veil from 1947 and was made by her grandmother who could not be there.

I adored Kellie and Josh's calla lilly bouquet that was perfect for the colors of their fall wedding.
Patti Bosket with Au Natural put together this beautiful winter wedding bouquet for Carrie and Dan with red and white roses and plenty of greenery. The bouquets with pine cones and foliage looked beautiful with the white snow and crisp winter day. 
Molly and Josh's charming country wedding had beautiful pink and peach flowers and her bridesmaids, who wore light green dresses, held smaller versions of the same bouquets.
Kelsey Jo and Jeff opted for their bridesmaids to hold blue parasol umbrellas instead of flowers during their summer wedding, but the bride held this white bouquet by Kashmir Gardens as she walked down the aisle.
I hope Part Two of All Things Weddings: Flowers, Bouquets and Boutonnieres has inspired and motivated you on your choice of flowers for your big day! Whether you are looking for something small and charming, or grand and elegant to help decorate for your wedding day the options are endless.
If you would like to see a specific topic for a future All Things Weddings post, just leave a comment and let me know! Thanks to all our past brides and grooms for letting me share the wonderful details of your wedding day! Hopefully it is fun for you to look back and relive the joyous event.

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