The freshest blooms, the prettiest colors, and the most unique shapes and textures—the season’s flowers have so much to offer. But it takes a skilled hand and trained eye to edit the bounty into arrangements that surprise and delight. Here, we turned to the pros for their new wedding-worthy ideas to inspire your own.
“When I think summer, I think peaches,” says Cossette, who placed one on each plate and nestled them into compotes next to flowers. Not your favorite fruit? Choose another. “If you can eat it, you can use it in a display,” she says.
Bride and groom Amy and Leo chose to host their wedding at Amy's parents' farm, which set the rustic tone for the whole day. Here, a friend of the couple marries them under the huppa that Amy's dad built with wood cleared from the property.
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An adorable drink station was set up to help guests cool off before Mimi and Harry's wedding ceremony in Silver Spring, Maryland. Large pitchers of pink lemonade match the palette and quenched everyone's thirst in the hot early summer.
Tall centerpieces surrounded the stage on top of tall rectangle vases filled with white hydrangeas, heat red roses, belles of ireland, red mikado spray roses, red hypericum berries, red kangaroo paws, safari sunset, etc
Rows of gerbera daisies for aisle decorations from florist Magnolia Floral Design. Chesapeake Bay Environmental Center, Eastern Shore Maryland, wedding reception and ceremony photo, by wedding photographers of Leo Dj Photography. http://leodjphoto.com