15 Jul

Remember this bouquet from the Palm Springs mid-century modern wedding we featured earlier this month? Megan Gray of Honey and Poppies totally impressed us with this coral beauty, and we just had to inquire about each and every stem and petal that went into it.

Romantic Desert bouquet recipe | Bouquet by Honey and Poppies | Photo by Steve Cowell | 100 Layer Cake

Megan created this mix for the bright, cheery desert wedding by combining the above ingredients: tillandsia, coral charm peonies, white veronica, coral honeysuckle, Juliet garden roses, sword fern, a hint of succulent, and that vibrant king protea. After some strategic arrangement, the sword ferns popped out around the edges, shades of green emerged from a sea of coral, and pops of white kept it romantic and fresh. It was all tied together with shimmering gold to add a little sparkle.

Wouldn’t this look just as amaze as a centerpiece set in gold vases? We’re in love!

Thanks to the talents below for all the inspo…

Photographer: Steve Cowell Photo / Event Coordinator: The Love Riot / Event Designer: Jesi Haack / Florist: Honey and Poppies

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Comments

  1. Beautiful! I love more use of succulents that I have been seeing a lot of this year in bouquets.

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