Spring bouquet recipe + bridal style
We’re sure on a roll with these big bridal bouquets for spring, aren’t we? (Yesterday’s boho romance shoot comes to mind, if you don’t know what we mean.) If you’re flaunting florals as gorgeous as this beauty (bouquet recipe below!) by Utah floral designer Starlie Squires for your wedding day, the rest of your ensemble’s bound to be pretty show-stopping. This bridal style captured by Kristina Curtis Photography does the trick…
Custom bridal two-piece, check. (Details below!)
The detailing on this Janay Marie Designs gown + this hairstyle… A match made in heaven, no?
Spring is such a colorful time of year. The earth starts to wake, flowers begin unearthing themselves from being buried for months, painted trees full of blossoms. All of this combined with sparkling golden light sets the perfect backdrop for our spring bride. Her wedding dress is one of a kind with a shear peach floral top and a full tulle bottom. Her hair adorns a soft bun while her hands hold a lush peach and pink bouquet.
Whether you’re enamored with the fashion or flowers (or if you’re us, both), there’s more where this came from in our gallery below:
And about that bouquet recipe? It was made of foraged blooming quince branches, tiffany roses, white stock, antique peach carnations, spray roses, pepper berry, and eucalyptus. Le sigh!