Yeah! Summer is officially here (well, it’s not techinically June 21 but close enough for us!). This time of year, Team Enchanted is busy, busy, busy creating wedding flowers for our beautiful brides. Many embrace a long standing trend in summer weddings – a bright and colorful bridal bouquet. Today we are sharing some favorite inspiration from past weddings 🙂
As a summer bride you’ll be looking for bright and colorful blooms to create a fun, youthful, and exciting wedding. Keep in mind that just because you’re using bright colors doesn’t mean you can’t mix and match. If you’re not too keen on all that color you can mix in a more muted palette and keep a single bold color, like a bright pink or dark purple. Mixing different colors will get totally different and awesome results. Use cool colors (like blues) for a softer romantic tone, or warm true colors (full reds or yellows) for a lively and electric feel. One of the best parts of using bright colors is that they go with almost any venue or style that you dream of having. We’d love to talk to you more about making your dreams come true, and we can’t wait to bring your bright, bold look to life.
~ The Enchanted Florist
Big thanks as always to all the great photographers that let us use their amazing photographs… including Brooke Kelly Photography, The Collection, Kristyn Hogan, Paul Rowland, Joe Hendricks Photography, Love is a Big Deal, and Andrea Hallgren Photography. If we missed you, please leave a comment and we will be sure to add your credit
Are you dreaming of a pink wedding day? We have clever and beautiful inspiration for Pink decor for your big day. The color pink is traditionally associated with the nurturing, long-lasting love, that we all want. The color possibilities are almost limitless, but we’re going to show you a few of our favorite pink decor wedding inspirations.
Pink is perfect to complement a spring or summer wedding, and is incredibly versatile. Depending on the venue, the time of year, and your own taste, you can use anything from a soft pastel all the way to a vibrant, deep magenta, and everything in between. It can be used as an accent or main color, and works perfectly when used for your bridesmaid dresses, bridal bouquet, centerpieces, your groom’s tie, and so much more. We’d love to help you find the perfect combination, so please feel free to send us a message at email@example.com to set up a consultation. 🙂
~The Enchanted Florist
Big thanks as always to all the great photographers that let us use their amazing photographs… including Paul Rowland Photography, The Collection, Leslee Mitchell Photography, Kristyn Hogan Photography, Brooke Kelly Photography, Ariel Renae Photography, Cynthia Michelle Photography, and Love Is a Big Deal Photography. If we missed you, please leave a comment and we will be sure to add your credit
Today’s real wedding features Hayley and JR’s big day – an energetic, super sweet couple that came to us with a unique vision. Their plan for a colorful, fun-loving day at CJ’s Off the Square with lots of whimsy and personality was such a blast to create. Playing with a vibrant color palette of aqua, red, and pink, the bright flowers were balanced by classic white linens. Bridesmaids wore shades of red, carrying a bouquet of roses and hydrangeas accented with blue ribbons, while the men donned baby blue suspenders and red rose boutonnieres. Details also included burlap runners, paper doilies, pinwheels and a beaming bride making for a final result that was positively charming!
The magical photos below are by Nashville wedding photographer, Brooke Kelly. Her work is sublime and she’s just the sweetest person to work with. Be sure to visit her blog to see more images from Hayley and JR’s wedding day. Big congrats to the newlyweds – it was delightful working with you both and we wish you a happy lifetime together. Congrats! 🙂
~The Enchanted Florist
You are pretty lucky if you can host a wedding at Legacy Farms during their busy fall months… the rustic buildings, changing leaves on the surrounding trees, and the short drive out to Lebanon takes one just far enough away from the city to breath in sweet county air necessary for a perfect Fall wedding. Lindsay & Christen’s were indeed one of the lucky ones, celebrating their October nuptials with friends and family at Legacy Farms. Their vision used classic fall elements like pumpkins and warm rich colors, but then we punched things up mixing in the texture sharpness of blue thistle, tropical orchids, and green sunflowers. Apart, these contrasting fragments may not make much sense, but together – WOW!
Erin Lee of the The Collection shot the pictures you see below and as usual she did not disappoint. Capturing both the warmth and love of the couple and their guests, she has an uncanny knack to photograph detail from a unique and fresh perspective (plus she’s a doll to work with). We are fans to say the least.
Congratulations to the newlyweds – thank you for letting us share in your special day and bring your beautiful vision to life. Wishing you many, many happy years ahead 🙂
~The Enchanted Florist