15 Fresh Florals for Modern Summer Weddings
Wedding season is in full swing, and we’re swooning over all the beautiful blooms that are popping up on Pinterest, in flower shops and in the hands of our friends as play the parts of bride and bridesmaids.
We’re so floral-centric around this time of year that we’re even offering a Flower Arranging E-Class as part of our Summer School Series!
In the class, the ladies of Farmgirl Flowers will teach you how to source, prep and arrange gorgeous floral bouquets and centerpieces like the one you see above. So. Much. Color!
First up, this classy arrangement champions the super minimal color palette. It doesn’t overpower the simple cut of the bride’s dress, but has just enough color to feel personal. (via One Fab Day)
Or you can go for a ton of color! We love the densely packed hues coupled with large white blooms in this bouquet. (via Style Me Pretty)
This arrangement would pop beautifully in a setting with a more arid environment. (via Style Me Pretty)
What looks like a haphazard collection of flowers is actually a carefully crafted “wild” arrangement. (via Burnett’s Boards)
The berries, the leaves, the peonies — this bouquet’s got every texture under the sun. (via Ruffled)
For folks who don’t like anything too loud, this subtle earthy arrangement is the perfect fit. (via Once Wed)
Those lemons are actually made out of sugar! How crazy is that? Great for a mid-wedding burst of energy ;) (via Design Sponge)
This classy bouquet would also look beautiful in a winter setting. (via Ruffled)
Though this was created for Valentine’s Day, we think it would make a super romantic just-because arrangement. (via Camille Styles)
At first glance, this is just lovely. At second, you realize that there are a dozen different blooms, plants and fruits (?!) in there, which it makes it that much more awesome. (via Style Me Pretty Texas)
This color palette is one of our favorites around, and it seems like it’ll never go out of style. (via Style Me Pretty)
So we love the multicolored bouquet and all but… can we talk about the gold details on that dress?! (via Burnett’s Boards)
If you love the idea of channeling your inner Titania (the fairy queen from Midsummer Night’s Dream, of course) go for extra long stems. (via The Nichols Blog)
And finally, this rustic bouquet has a boho vibe that still manages to be modern. And it includes ranunculi so we obviously love it. (via Green Wedding Shoes)
If you want to learn how to make your own swoonworthy arrangements, be sure to sign up for our Flower Arranging E-Class!