10 of Our Favorite Bouquets from 2019

April 17, 2020

It is easy to know by now – I’m obsessed with flowers and I love a good bouquet. Bouquets are a work of art and can have a huge impact on your wedding portraits. Over the past few years, bouquets have evolved from tighter bouquets to more organic, looser, garden style creations and I am alllll about it! Take a look at 10 of our favorite bouquets from 2019!

All white wedding bouquet fine art wedding by Gather Design CompanyI adore this all white bouquet by Gather Design Company with so many layers and textures. There is minimal greenery here – too for an an elevated look. See more from Weddings in Woodinville – and there are two more bouquets to admire!

Spring blush and white bouquet by Sarahs Garden Design

I love this asymmetrical bouquet that Sarah’s Garden Design made for a baby shower last year. The sweetest pink details come together perfectly with that velvet ribbon.

Dusty rose bouquet by Kaleb Norman JamesPurple isn’t a popular color in the wedding world, but these hints of lilac make take this bouquet to the next level. I also love that Kaleb Norman James added spirea – giving it extra depth and texture. See more from this Kestrel Park wedding – and this stunning blue dress.

Black and white bouquet for SF City Hall Wedding by Gather Design Company Black and white bouquet for SF City Hall Wedding by Gather Design CompanyHave you ever seen a black and white bouquet before? Yeah, me either! When Gather Design Company was telling me her dream of a black and white bouquet, I was skeptical, but of course, I trusted her. Blown away again by her talents! How cute are those silene “lanterns” on the left side of the bouquet? See more from this SF City Hall elopement.

Peachy yellow bouquet by Gather Design Company for Annadel Estate Winery WeddingColorful bouquets with minimal greenery seem to be my new favorite. Add in some texture – and voila! I love how each of these flowers comes together to create something even more beautiful. Those peachy warm tones are singing directly to my heart right now. Another beauty by Gather Design Company, see more from this Annadel Estate wedding.

Five Fork Farms bouquet with white florals and greeneryKerry’s bouquet had a tighter base, but I adored how the branches of eucalyptus and spirea gave it extra depth and texture. The subtle pinks and white blooms work so well together to create this beauty by Five Fork Farms. See more from this Providence Public Library wedding.

Coral ombre bouquet by Gather Design CompanyDon’t be afraid of a bold bouquet! These coral charm peonies love to show off and steal the show! Add in some ruffled edge tulips and dahlias – you’ve got a show stopping bouquet. Another round of applause for Gather Design Company!

Blush and white bouquet with blue accents by Morrice FloristWhen Dana first reached out, she mentioned how she was pulling inspiration from my previous work to design her wedding. She said she loved the textured bouquets I had been photographing – and I love that she brought it together with this stunning floral art by Morrice Florist. The hints of blue and the golden grass texture – it has to be a favorite from last year! See more from their private estate wedding on Chappaquiddick.

Posy bouquets for bridesmaids with single variety florals by Gather Design CompanyAnd for something a little different… single variety posy bridesmaids bouquets! How cute that each of your girls gets their own unique bouquet for your day. Another brilliant idea from Gather Design Company. See more from this incredible Seattle wedding overflowing with florals.

Pink floral bouquet with no greenery by Gather Design CompanyAnd for the last bouquet – I’m going to cheat a little. This was photographed in 2018 – but it was my most viral bouquet in 2019. A floral overload – created by Gather Design Company in less than 10 minutes in a parking lot! Could these pink blooms be any more beautiful? See more from this greenhouse inspiration.


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