Italian inspired wedding with coral, salmon, white and pink roses, ferns, eucalyptus and dusty miller.
Italian inspired wedding with coral, salmon, white and pink roses, ferns, eucalyptus and dusty miller.

Flowers have long been a source of inspiration and a symbol of life, beauty and grace. Bringing fresh flowers into your wedding day is a beautiful tradition, and a wonderful way to compliment the beauty of each bride! I love how every bouquet is so unique, and reflects your personality. Here are some of my favorite floral offerings from weddings I’ve photographed in 2015, from rustic wildflower bouquets from mountain gardens to romantic garlands of roses and ferns gracing the aisle. 








 Langford Park wedding, with a floral bouquet inspired by peach, salmon, white, and soft greens, wrapped in rustic burlap.
Langford Park wedding, with a floral bouquet inspired by peach, salmon, white, and soft greens, wrapped in rustic burlap.





 Mermaid bride bouquet, made with white and pink dendrobium orchids, green seashells, and tied in blue satin, made by Simple Roses of Daytona Beach. 
Mermaid bride bouquet, made with white and pink dendrobium orchids, green seashells, and tied in blue satin, made by Simple Roses of Daytona Beach. 

 Yellow rose bouquet, with baby's breath and ferns, wrapped in white satin for this Orlando bride.
Yellow rose bouquet, with baby’s breath and ferns, wrapped in white satin for this Orlando bride.








 Rustic garden bouquet of poppy seeds, orange lilies, fuschia flox and white flowers.
Rustic garden bouquet of poppy seeds, orange lilies, fuschia flox and white flowers.






Hope you enjoyed this floral inspiration. If you’re looking for a local florist here in Orlando head over to my local vendor page.


 

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