Bouquet by Ambience Floral Design. Photo by Allison Stahl Photography.
We’re back with the best buds of the season, bringing you some beautiful blooms for the late spring months of May and June. We asked one of our favorite floral designers, Katie Edwards of Roseville’s Ambience Floral Design, to share with us her picks for bridal bouquets in the coming months:
Tulips – The epitome of spring and all its playfulness. They come in a wide variety of colors and are a classically happy flower. They are unique and interesting in that they continue to grow about the length of their head each day.
Giant Allium– Allium is in the onion family and is one of the most fun and unique flowers. It is a large fuzzy purple ball, about 4-6″ in diameter sitting on top of a long bare stem. These flowers are such fun to play with during the short time we have them. Typically June-July is the typical timespan.
Bouquet by Ambience Floral Design. Photo by Gino Creglia Photography.
Peonies – Huge, fluffy and fragrant! Peonies are one of the most loved flowers based on the feedback I received. People (especially brides) beg for them all year long, but it is the lucky bride who marries in May and June who can plan on enjoying peonies at their peak. The colors are white, blush, pink, watermelon, fuchsia and burgundy-red. Oh, so gorgeous.
Bouquet by Ambience Floral Design. Photo by Anne Mask Photography.
Hydrangea – Hydrangea is available all year in light blue and white, but we heading into prime hydrangea season. The colors will range from soft lavender, pink and green to hot pink, rich blue and deep purple. These large romantic blooms are a wedding classic.
Owner, Katie Edwards and her team are uniquely qualified to satisfy the requirements of people who are planning weddings, special events and business gatherings. They understand the current trends and their creative team is committed to making your event unique and extraordinary.
Contact Ambience Floral Design at 916-786-6851, or www.ambiencefloral.com.
Blog Post by Always a Bridesmaid Columnist Darren Elms.
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