It was such fun to create greenery themed wedding florals using seeded eucalyptus, myrtle, ruscus, and magnolia leaves. White flowers . . . roses, freesia, and veronica . . . complemented the natural, bohemian style of the bride.
Dahlias come in many colors and sizes . . . they are at their peak in late summer in the garden. At the same time of the season, there are many complementary greens and fall blooming flowers available to add to the centerpiece or bouquet. The Dahlia Garden design below includes barberry twigs, sedum, russian sage, salvia, dusty miller, and eucalyptus.
A pink and green themed wedding with a vintage flair . . . the bride wore a lace dress that had been worn by three generations before her. The flowers included roses, hydrangeas, ranunculus, gerbera daisies, chamomile and wax flower.
This canning jar becomes a floral container after decorating with chalk paint and a simple ribbon tie. The Halloween themed bird and pumpkin in a nest could also be added to a planter or floral arrangement as an accent.
Yellow rose designs are presented in two ‘vintage’ containers. One is a pottery basket; the second is a container created using chalk paint and vintage style ribbons and trim. The roses are accompanied by mini white carnations, a few stems of garden lavender, and seeded eucalyptus.