Wedding Bouquets from North Carolina Brides
Wedding Bouquets from North Carolina Brides.
North Carolina brides are lucky in that they can generally celebrate all four seasons in the Tarheel State, which means wedding bouquet options are plentiful and varied. Each season possesses its own charm and characteristics that make picking a bouquet a unique and special component of the wedding day ambiance.
Sticking with flowers that are in-season is more budget-friendly and ensures that the blooms are lush, full of life, and readily available. Many winter brides love Dusty Miller for its silver, velvety leaves but it’s in season all year, which means it’s great for those moody winter bouquets or cool romantic arrangements. Pair it with white hydrangea, irises or lamb’s ear for a winter white theme or use it as an accent to blush and white roses.
This bouquet consists of roses, thistles, dusty miller, delphinium and greenery. It's perfect for brides going for a garden inspired look.
This bouquet is filled with roses, dusty miller, berries, and various filler greenery.
Another popular flower in North Carolina wedding bouquets include hydrangeas. Brides love them in all shades – from pink to blue to classic white and green. These plush blooms are available mainly from July to November and are especially ideal for those increasingly-popular October North Carolina weddings. Hydrangea, along with other classic flowers like garden roses and peonies, are ever-popular for traditional Southern brides.
Here is another great bouquet for spring. This bouquet has blue hydrangea, white hydrangea, white delphinium, and white ranaculus flowers.
We love how bold these flowers are. It's a perfect bouquet for summer or fall weddings. Our bride was daring and wanted non-traditional fall colors so she did something different. Most weddings tend to go for darker or muted colors for fall. This bouquet consists of red gerber daisy's, purple hydrangeas, peach roses, and various other flowers.
This bouquet is perfect for our bride's church wedding. This beauty is filled with white roses, white hydrangea, peach roses, and some greenery.
We love this wild flower bouquet that is for the bride looking for the wow factor. This bouquet is filled with roses, green hydrangeas, green ivy, purple alstromeria, and various other flowers.
Our bride wore a lace bridal gown and this bouquet was the perfect accessory. This bouquet is compromised of white peonies, berries, pink garden roses, white garden roses, and green ruscus.
North Carolina brides with rustic wishes opt for more wild, casually-arranged bouquets that speak to the heart of their locations. Incorporating unique, natural elements can evoke a charming and organic charm. Long strands of silver dollar eucalyptus, peachy hypericum berries, blue thistle, curly willow, pheasant feathers, and Italian ruscus are just some of the filler items a rustic-inspired bouquet can incorporate to set the look apart.
This was one of our favorite bouquets from our 2017 wedding season. This bridal bouquet has pink garden roses, cream roses, dried leather leaf (looks like brown feathers) and various fillers.
What a beautiful and large garden bouquet! This bouquet is filled with roses, lisianthus, berries,
This romantic bouquet has pink llulaby coos peonies, pink hydrangeas, and various other peonies.
Wedding bouquets full of color are also a popular choice. Greenery serves as a neutral color while brides handpick bright and bold blooms like calla lilies, black dahlias, black and white anemones, succulents, and more to create a one-of-a-kind impression against their ivory or white gown.
This all white bouquet has garden roses, roses and greenery.
This is the definition of a gorgeous bouquet. The large pink flower is a peony flower, green ivy, cream amaranthus, white and peach peonies.
This modern bouquet consist of blue hydrangea, succulents, pink roses, peach/white and cream roses, dusty miller and silver dollar ecualypse.
This bouquet is perfect for a nautical or beach front wedding. This bouquet consist of baby blue hydrangeas and white hydrangeas.
This winter bouquet is filled with ruscus, red roses, red dahlia, berries, white roses, and various greenery. We love the velvet ribbon used to finish off this look.
This classic bouquet has calla lily's, pink/orange/white roses, dusty miller and wax flowers.
North Carolina brides love the current trends of romantic and rustic-inspired bouquets but there’s always a penchant for classic and traditional arrangements, as well. Regardless of their tastes, Carolina girls will never get tired of carrying that all-important bunch of beautiful flowers down the aisle.