Gosh, we love flowers here at Scarlet Plan & Design! From King protea to peonies, hydrangea to hypericum, eucalyptus, thistle, succulents, orchids and giant David Austin garden roses, we love them all! We've been so lucky to work with some of the most talented floral designers in the South to create incredible bridal bouquets for our brides and we learn something new about flowers at nearly every wedding!
So today we're sharing some of our all-time favorite bouquets, from lush and romantic to organic and wild to bold and modern, we've got some beauties below. And we're going to break down each of the bouquets to help you identify all the floral ingredients used to create these stunning bridal bouquets!
This bold beauty came from the creative geniuses at the Flower Cottage in Charleston, SC. They used hot pink spray roses, peach and pink David Austen garden roses, thistle, seeded eucalyptus, big pink King proteas, ruscus and lisianthus to create this stunning bridal bouquet for an Indian wedding design at Middleton Place.
This bouquet by Charleston Stems uses lavender campanula, white peonies, pink and lavender orchids, Israeli ruscus, lambs ear, lavender, purple lisianthus and aster. We're pretty obsessed with the organic, wildly a-symmetrical shape and all the romantic color choices!
This daring, modern bride rocked not so much a "bouquet" as what we'd like to call a truly artistic, bridal floral statement piece paired perfectly with her bold bridal jumpsuit. Our darlings over at Charleston Florist came up with a truly one-of-a-kind spherical bouquet for our industrial wedding design at the Cedar Room using succulents, air plants, just a few garden roses and eucalyptus attached to a copper orb.
If the name of your wedding design is Hoppily Ever After and you're getting hitched at a brewery, you really should rock some hops in your bouquet! This gem from a design at SweetWater Brewing Company in Atlanta combined hops, pale buttery yellow ranunculus, cream hypericum berries, lambs ear, ivory garden roses, white spray roses, succulents, thistle, eucalyptus, leucadendron and stock.
PHOTOGRAPHY CREDIT: Jules Photography Atlanta
Our beautiful bride Blayne carried this elegant bridal bouquet by Tiger Lily Florist in all pale blush tones at her Middleton Place wedding in Charleston. They used blush and white David Austen garden roses, white ranunculus, lambs ear, white astilbe, and white hydrangea to create this effortless, timeless design.
We can hardly take our eyes off this organic, foraged stunner from Forage & Fleur! Rebecca used peach David Austen garden roses, white David Austen roses, white ranunculus, white anemones, blush ranunculus, burgundy scabiosa, hypericum berries and tons of greenery that she foraged right in her own backyard!
Every now and then we've been known to dabble in floral design and this incredible bouquet was created by none other than our very own Alicia Wallace, lead planner and design of the Scarlet Atlanta office. She combined succulents, blush pink and white peonies, eucalyptus, garden roses, and foxtail for a lovely wedding at King Plow Arts Center.
FLORAL DESIGN: Alicia Wallace for Scarlet Plan & Design Atlanta
Amber and her bridesmaids carried lush, organic bouquets that went heavy on the greenery making the blooms pop even more. Wildflowers Inc. used lavender calla lilies, pale purple stock, fragrant fresh lavender, scabiosa, purple spray roses, lisianthus, stock, lavender freesia and gladiolus surrounded by mounds of fresh greens.