Our Floral Department created a bouquet this past weekend in simple whites and bright greens that was so stunning, I just had to share it with you for inspiration. Our spring bride has a clean and natural aesthetic amnd she could not have chosen a more perfect bouquet for the time of year.
The darker green ruscus provided a base for the bouquet, but the maiden hair fern was the star greenery. Maiden hair fern is brightly colored and airy with unique, delicate leaves. It looked beautiful trailing from the bouquet.
For floral, we kept it simple with all white blooms with just hints of pale green and blush. The garden roses and ranunculus have very high petal counts and look soft and full in the bouquet. High petal count equals lushness. The accent blooms each offered another element to the design. The helleborus have the hints of pale green and blush that added a bit of richness to the palette. The helleborus shape is also very pretty with its small blooms gracefully turning in different directions. The green-eyed anemone have large open faces with the spectacular green centers. And finally the unique texture, both spiky and soft, and creamy color of the astilbe added interest and dimension.
This bouquet is perfect for a spring bride – fresh and bright! We can’t wait to share more photos from this beautiful day.