This was a winter wedding in Spokane, WA featuring burgundy flowers and a gorgeous King Protea. The smaller bouquet is her tossing bouquet with a queen protea.
January 2018 bridal bouquet
Starting 2018 with "I Do!" My first wedding of the year was on New Years Day in Spokane, WA. Pink lilies, roses, stock and baby's breath. Lovely way to start the year.
Winter BOHO Bridal Bouquet
Spokane Boho wedding bouquet featured a wide variety of muted tones and textures.
This was a 2017 bridal bouquet but the colors fit beautifully with 2018's ultra violet color of the year. Wedding was held at the Mont Lamm Events in Deer Park, WA
Neutral Bridal Bouquet
The bride wanted neutral and peach tones in her loose garden rose bouquet. The scent was heavenly!
Lush purple bridal bouquet
The deep purple moon carnations and dark purple stock and gorgeous here with the ocean song and purple haze roses. The light and airy queen anne's lace and scabiosa added the perfect touch to brighten it up and tie in with the brides gorgeous dress.
Sweet, simple and elegant. This wrist corsage on gold wire frame was lovely.
Splash of color bracelet
Hot summer night wedding featured these lovely bold and bright bracelets.
Greenbluff wedding arch
Lovely setting overlooking the hillside from the bluff for a hot summer day wedding.
Country Charm Bouquet
The Black-eyed Susan's were stunning in this mid-summer wedding bouquet with morning glory vines adding a touch of whimsical fun for her.
Roses and succulents with a touch of wax flower buds always makes for beautiful bouts for the guys.
All Succulent Bridal Bouquet
This was a fun bouquet to design. Using all succulents and a collar of dusty miller and a sprinkling of seeded euc made for a gorgeous bouquet full of textures. When the wedding was over I received all the succulents back and took apart bouquets and rooted them for the bride. I created her a living bouquet keepsake for her to enjoy for years to come.
Coral roses with a splash of wheat
peach, coral and cream roses with wheat woven throughout made this country bride happy.
Head table decor
The succulent and greens was the theme through out her reception with touches of copper too.
There's no flower I love more in bridal bouquets than the ranuculus. They were the perfect blossom for this small cascading bouquet.
Succulents and candle light
One thing I love about working with succulents in wedding designs is that you can simply place them on some dirt and they will grow. Giving brides a living keepsake from their wedding day.
Wild Rose Prairie wedding venue
This arbor turned out beautifully. The Wild Rose Prairie has grapevines growing at the base so it gives a strong green base to start working with. Loved it the venue here.
Succulent Mother's Ring
Mothers received rings to wear for the night instead of a corsage. I think they are a darling alternative to the corsage.
Lakeside wedding reception
This wedding reception was gorgeous. On the lake shore with antique green hydrangeas and roses and ranuculus this was absolutely stunning to see all together.
A matching Boho boutonniere for the groom.
The mini pinecones were a sweet addition to the boutonnieres for a Spokane wedding.
Sweet wrist flowers for the brides new sister-in-laws at Spokane, WA wedding.
Hot Pink Bouquet
This bouquet features a king protea and hot pink spray roses.
A floral wreath to carry by either the bride or bridesmaid is a pretty alternative to a bouquet and can then be used at the reception as part of the table decor adding a candle or photo to the center.
Bridal Bouquet by Sue Hines
Britni had requested all white flowers in all her floral designs and they were elegant and stunning. Beautiful for the setting of her wedding in the historical Davenport Hotel.
Bridal Bouquet by Sue Hines
Dramatic and full of lush Keira garden roses. Love all the movement in this bouquet with jasmine and passion flower vines.
Bridal Bouquet by Sue Hines Floral
Spring bouquet with sweet succulents as accents.
It's so fun to design fun boutonnieres that match flowers from the brides bouquet.
Sweet ribbon corsage for the mother.
This was a charming boutonniere with a little matching bling to his brides bouquet.
Bridal Bouquet for Laura
A lovely mix of muted gray/blue, purples with ivory and white for a country elegance wedding by Sue Hines Floral.
Head table flowers
The Lefleres choose rustic elegance for their reception flowers. I loved the box they created to be used for their main focal piece. Beautiful couple, lovely flowers.
Jordan's Bridal Bouquet
When I delivered her bouquet she said “it’s perfect, just what I wanted and it’s going to make me cry.” She requested plenty of seeded and silver dollar euc and a mix of white blossoms. No particular flower she wanted so I choose to go with majolika spray roses, ranunculus, stock, cremons, scabiosa and more.
This year I have fallen in love with foxglove and feel it is a beautiful addition to a brides bouquet especially when I can get them from local flower farmers. This bouquet features two quicksand roses as the focal point representing the couple. Though it looks lush and full it is lightweight to carry without a lot of bulk to hold on to. Another benefit I find from locally grown flowers is their stems seem to be slimmer which helps to cut down on the size of the handle the bride has to hold. This bouquet the foxglove encircles pale yellow carnations, white stock and the two roses. It then has ruscus, ferns and a little green hanging amaranthus tied together with a rope.
Linda’s flowers have blue delphinium, iris, blue thistle, white carnations, mums, gerbera daisies, roses and spray roses, ruscus and plumosa. Tied with royal blue satin ribbon.
Cheryl had a rich assortment of burgundy, pink and light blue blossoms and navy and copper ribbons.
Erika had her wedding at her parents beautiful home in the woods. A gorgeous outdoor wedding. She wanted a muted soft tones almost an antique look. They had a gorgeous outdoor arbor her dad built I will post photos of it too..
If guys are wearing jackets I love the pocket boutonniere as a choice for them.
Diana had a bouquet full of garden roses, peonies, stock and spray roses. White, ivory and light blush. Fragrant and gorgeous.
This was a really fun one to design. I loved all the texture and purples. It had ivy and purple sweet peas as the cascade and stock, lizzy, freesia, and roses.
soft whites and ivory in roses, peonies, stock, lizzy and snaps with dusty miller and seeded euc.
Erika's arbor flowers
The arbor Erika’s dad built was massive. But the view so gorgeous. We were a little concerned the flowers would love small but they turned out perfectly! Special memories to have your wedding on your parents property.
Diana’s wedding was at the Glover Mansion and her decor was white and peach. I think her centerpieces were stunning. Loved the soft colors and the flow in the flowers.
Sara's ceremony flowers
Sara’s wedding was at the lovely Beacon Hill and the aisles were marked with two of these large floral displays.
Filled with soft pinks and whites Sara’s bouquet was gorgeous for her outdoor garden wedding. I love having local peonies whenever possible for a brides bouquet and Sara was blessed to have some.
Sara's aisle markers
The front two rows were marked with a cascade of ruscus and baby’s breath with a cremon mum. Simple and elegant style.
Sara's table scape
The length of Sara’s head table was lined with a mix of greens and succulents.
Mother's wrist corsage
Wristlet style with ranunculus, succulents and geranium leaf
Mother’s corsage on a classy pearl band.
This wedding was held at the Aspen Grove and what a beautiful setting. Lexie’s bouquet was filled with soft white and pink with touches of peach. Loved the garden roses, peonies and dahlias in this one.
Lexies white arbor had just a touch of flowers and really that was all it needed. Beautiful with just a small amount of floral.
Light and airy, a refreshing and clean look with whites, pale yellow and light blue. One of my favorites with touches of lavender.
There is something just magical about anemones in a boquuet. Love the look of these with the soft touch of purple, blue and pale pink and peach.
Sometimes a bride wants something bright, cheery with a look and feel just like she gathered them from the wildflower garden herself. I personal love this look too. The orange ranunculus and lilies have that sunny bright feel along with the yellow centered daisies.
Shelby’s bright bouquet was stunning with the mix of fun ribbons she had added for the perfect splash of bling. A queen protea , peonies, roses and hanging amaranthus made this is gorgeous bouquet.
Lexie had a gorgeous bouquet for her unity candle table that tied all her flowers together. I love the jasmine vines and hanging amaranthus in this.
Wedding Arbor Mt Spokane
Foam free wedding arbor at Mitchams barn, Mt. Spokane.
Boho Bridal Bouquet
Brides bouquet for wedding at Mt. Spokane had a matching floral crown as well.
Simple, classy and elegant. Perfect boutonniere for Jason.
Father of the bride constructed the birch arch used at Cannon on the Edge at Greenbluff, WA
Bright and colorful!
I love using cuffs for a modern wrist corsage.
There is something special about a pink bouquet that really melts my heart.
Beach driftwood arbor
Co-created with Beth of SnapdragonFlower Farm for her friends wedding.
Arch decorated at Cannon’s Edge Greenbluff WA
Classy white centerpieces
Dahlias for the headtable
Pocket boutonnieres classy
Guest Table Flowers
Pops of color with garland of greens and mixed colored bottles
It was important to the bride to include glass roses he husband had given her over the years to her bouquet.