Bouquet Craze

The tangerine and mandarin color scheme creates an unexpected appeal that is ideal for a fall wedding. Looped lily grass and paper flowers make for distinctive details. White lace incorporates a vintage touch while tying it all together.

Cleveland the Florist • 4404 Old Shell Road. 341-3555. 

This timeless gathering of roses and hydrangeas looks as if it was plucked straight from a Victorian garden. The pink and white “sweetness” roses and two-toned spray roses subtly introduce color. Details like lichen moss and small, twisting branches give the cluster an antiquated air.

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Left: Yellow bridesmaid bouquets add a punch of color when paired with neutral frocks. In this batch of sunshine-hued blossoms, gerbera daisies bring a hint of whimsy, while orchids add cheerful sophistication. Traditional roses balance out bold sunflowers and orchids.

Zimlich Brothers • 1910 Government St. 473-6121. 

Right: Soft and saturated shades of pink against a background of white hydrangeas evoke a sweet, romantic feel. Garden roses and peonies bring the drama, while stock and spray roses add more color and dimension. A few large leaves incorporate foliage without fussiness.

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Perfect for an outdoor wedding, this large bouquet of unique and colorful flowers exudes rustic charm. Oversized blooms, like protea and allium, make a chic statement. Wildflower fillers, such as purple thistle and yellow craspedia, keep the look cohesive.

Wildflowers • 50 S. Church St., Fairhope. 928-6200. 

Traditional roses bring their flawless form and beauty to an all ivory bridal nosegay, while antique hydrangeas draw the eye to subtle specks of pink. Baby’s breath makes a round, compact bunch less severe.

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text by Haley Potts • photos by Matthew Coughlin and Devin Ford

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