Find Your Bouquet Style
Romantic, classic, modern, wild, garden-inspired? What is your wedding style? Flowers are a great way to show your style and set the scene for your big day. Flower type, bouquet shape, and bloom colors all help create your vision.
Round rose and hydrangea bouquets are a classic and timeless option to carry down the aisle. Make them your own with accent flowers like pink astilbe. Or add pops of color like the hydrangea bouquet with orange roses, tulips, and berries.
Lush bouquets, loose and slightly unconstructed, accented with lots of greenery and often with silk ribbons are the new wedding staple. The first bouquet showcases blush garden roses, white standard roses, white astilbe, gooseneck loosestrife, and eucalyptus. Succulents make a chic addition to these modern bouquets. Shown here with white roses, dusty miller and blue thistle. Post wedding, the succulents can be planted and saved as a fun memento from your ceremony.
Wild Style Bride
The latest bouquets to walk down the aisle are oversized, unconstructed and gorgeous! A just picked from the garden look often with trailing pieces and unique blooms. Shown here with blush garden roses, dusty miller, and blue thistle.
Wild and Local
Make a statement and feature all local Maryland blooms in your bouquet! Decide on the size and colors of your bouquet and let your designer hand source the best local blooms for your big day!
Boutonnieres- Don't Forget the Groom!
Beyond the typical rose and ivy, today's boutonnieres reflect your style too. Highlight a bloom used in the bouquet and include an accent such as thistle or astilbe. You can even switch it up and use a succulent!