This bouquet was big enough that after creating a hand-tie, we wired in the Quicksand Roses. Beauty and technique are equally important in the design of your bridal bouqet. Photography by Stephanie Messick at Stone Tower Winery.
Photography by Adam Mullins Photography at Raspberry Plain Manor in Leesburg, Virginia.
Purple, red and burghundy with soft peach and ivory. This assymetical design included trailing ribbons. Photography by Kristen Cranham.
A wispy textured bouquet with Succulents, Spray Roses, Peony, Garden Roses and Feather Eucalyptus. Image by Photography by Mariosa.
Cascading bouquet with burghundy and warm reds is blended with both warm and soft pinks for a natural, just gathered design. Photography by Izzy Hudgins.
Photography by Stephanie Messick at the Mariott Ranch in Hume, Virginia.
This August bouquet included Cafe Au Lait Dahlia and Juliet Garden Rose to set the overall tone, but included warm yellow and orange with Panda Anenome and its’ navy blue center. Photography by Emily Clack.
This bride embraced the season with the colors of October. J. Morris Flowers on the road in Massachuetts. Photography by Jill Elkins.
Photography by Stephanie Messick at Rust Manor House in Leesburg, Virginia.
Marissa Joy Photography shared this lovely image from this glamorous wedding at Landsdowne Resort and Spa.
Adam Mullins Photography at Raspberry Plain Manor
Gorgeous navy, white and green at Stone Tower Winery. Photography by Candice Adelle.
This wedding took place in early Spring at Rust Manor House. Photography by Stephanie Messick.
Soft blues and creamy whites at Rust Manor House in Leesburg, Virginia.
A lovely combination of texture and color with warm red to burghundy Dahlia, white and ivory flowers and Burghundy Scabiosa. Photography by Candice Adelle.
This bride wanted a horizontal shape with greenery supporting the flowers. Veronica, Cafe Au Lait and bright Pink Dahlia and Ranunculus photographed by Candice Adelle.
Photography by 1001 Angles at the Line Hotel in Washington, DC.