Beautiful Blooms

Fresh, lively and downright breathtaking, flowers add personality to weddings of any style. To get the most from your bridal bouquet, local florists suggest using in-season varieties, adding personalized accents and a huge helping of texture. Three Triangle experts show that wedding white is far from plain.

Heavenly Hues (left)
Delicate blush lisianthus calms the drama between the light calla lilies and dark burgundy ranunculus. Detailed textures like feathery hydrangea, wispy dusty miller and seeded eucalyptus lend the bouquet a soft and organic shape.

Classic Romantic (right)
More white than ever creates a timeless, soft arrangement for any blushing bride. Punctuated by standout greenery, this bouquet of hydrangea, garden roses, ranunculus, mini calla lilies, hypericum berries, brunia, dusty miller and seeded eucalyptus is full and luxurious.

Plenty of Pop
Accent colors and accessories — such as the burgundy ranunculus and French taffeta ribbon here — pop in a bed of neutral color and abundant texture.

Baby green hydrangea, white scabiosa, white tulips, star of Bethlehem, myrtle greenery and maidenhair fern provide a whimsical backdrop that can adapt to any color scheme.

Heavenly Hues Bouquet by Brides and Bouquets

Classic Romantic Bouquet by Fresh Affairs

Plenty of Pop Bouquet by Teacup Floral

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