A Year of Wedding Bouquets
Choosing your blooms based on the season means you'll get the freshest flowers at the best price.
January: Chrysanthemum bouquet by Todd Events.
February: A mix of white snapdragons and hosta leaves by Todd Events.
(clockwise from top left) A mix of tangerine parrot tulips, sunshine fringe tulips, and buttercup parrot tulips by DiFiori. A bouquet of white hyacinth by Bows and Arrows. A mix of locally grown garden roses by Bows and Arrows. A bouquet of white carnations, Dutch peonies, and white anemones by Cebolla.
(clockwise from top left) A bouquet of peonies, poppies, sweet peas, desert yearnings, and tulips by Bows and Arrows. A mix of cornflowers in varying shades by Bows and Arrows. A bouquet of white dahlias and dahlia buds accented with green leaves and white lilac by Jordan Payne Events. A mix of cream hydrangea, coffee break roses, pincushions, cymbidium orchids, Phalaenopsis orchids, and dark willow by Freesia.
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Letterpress calendar by Missing Q Press. ($28/missingqpress.com)
November: A bouquet of ranunculus, hyacinth, peonies, and dusty miller by Lush Couture Floral.
December: A mix of white anemones, succulents, and brunia berries by Dr Delphinium Designs & Events.
styled by Jamie Laubhan-Oliver, letterpress by Missing Q Press