At last! Spring is here and the last days of winter are becoming faint, cold memories. Spring is synonymous with flowers, so we needed no better excuse to put together a collection of some of our favorite spring creations.
We love this towering gardeny monochromatic ivory centerpiece that featured always popular hydrangea among trails of greens.
Photo Credit: Rodney Bailey Photography
This gorgeous bouquet looks like it was freshly plucked out of an English garden on the way to the altar. In shades of ivory, pink and lavender, the trails of greens and callas give make it a unique cross between a hand-tied bouquet and a cascade. The groom’s matching boutonniere was the perfect complement.
Photo Credit: DuHon Photography
These pretty mismatched bridesmaid dresses in various shades of coral came together stunningly with these more uniform hand-tied collections of bright pinks, coral and ivory that included peonies, ranunculus, stock and sweetheart roses among the stunning variety of blooms.
Photo Credit: Aaron Spicer Photography
Proving that not everything “spring” has to be peach or pink, this pretty combination of blue-gray anemones with just the faintest white and butter yellow accents is completely unique, while totally seasonally appropriate.
Photo Credit: Love Life Images
This bouquet is bright and encompasses all of the colors associated with spring from peach, pink, and white, to a blue that could have been torn straight from the perfect cloudless spring sky.
Photo Credit: The Kama Photography
Finally, the fluffy white and pinks in the classic, soft bouquet give it a totally feminine feel, perfect to put us in the mood for the new life and new blooms of spring.
Photo Credit: Annamarie Akins Photography
Bergerons Florist is the premier Washington DC florist, dedicated to offering brides the highest quality service and attention to detail. With its flagship store located in Springfield, Bergerons is thrilled to have a second studio at Bergerons at the Mayflower in the heart of DC.
Posted on 04/14/2017 at 07:00:00 AM