Traditional bridal bouquets with a twist: lush, natural creams and gorgeous foliage

Lush, traditional style with a twist

This bridal party’s bouquets exemplify my style. They are lush, full of flowers and foliage to create a collage of color and beauty! Since this wedding was in September I included some of my favorite dahlias, naturally. Dahlias are the star of the late summer/early fall wedding bridal bouquets!

Bridal bouquet ingredients

Beaucon White dahlias are medium-sized and the perfect shade of light cream. They are a staple wedding dahlia for me.  You can also see one or two Valley Porcupine dahlias in each bouquet, which is one of my top favorite dahlias for both bridal bouquets and mixed bouquets. Their size is perfect for boutonnieres. Their pink tips and cream interior add a perfect subdued pop of color in an otherwise monochrome color scheme. Seasonal sepia-toned hydrangeas, cream tea roses, and blue toned spiky eryngium and limonium add texture. For foliage, I used three kinds of eucalyptus to create textural variety.

bridal bouquets by Passalongs Flower Farm & Florist

They’re traditional but modern. No wildflowers included, but arranged in a rustic, farmhouse “wildflower” style.

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