Emily and Ralph’s Rancho Wickiup wedding is featured on Style Me Pretty!
Rustic meets romantic with wood elements and our bold red florals. Just look at Emily’s beautiful bouquet – full of Seeded eucalyptus, Red hanging amaranths, Queen Anne’s Lace, Red hypericum, Pink Stock and Red Garden Roses. Our blooms were the perfect touch to the couple’s Fall wedding!
“Soft and romantic with rich burgundy hues, it’s the kind of day that is equal parts pretty + cozy with a whole lot of DIY craftiness thrown in for good measure. Planned by the oh-so-talented Lovely Day Events, I’m calling this “autumn perfection.” -Style Me Pretty
Thank you for the beautiful photos, Stephanie Court!
It’s time for another BIG Wedding Flowers Giveaway!
Win $500 in DIY Wedding Flowers & Supplies from Blooms by the Box!
Read the full details, rules, and regulations below.
NOTE: Entrants of the last #MyFavoriteBlooms Sweepstakes can enter again with a NEW Pinterest board.
Part 6 of Blooms Blog’s “What Types of Flowers Should I Use for My Wedding” Series: What’s Your Wedding Budget?
We’ve saved the most important question for last in our “What types of flowers should I use for my wedding” series: How much is in my wedding budget for flowers? Now that you know all about what’s going to be in season, what flowers are DIY friendly, what types of flowers work with your wedding theme, and what kinds and how many bouquets and arrangements you want, you’ve got a solid list for your wholesale flower shopping. But before you get started shopping, read through these tips and money-saving tricks to get the most out of your wedding budget while still getting fabulous flowers!
Part 5 of Blooms Blog’s “What Types of Flowers Should I Use for My Wedding” Series: What Types of Flower Arrangements and Bouquets are You Making?
To help you decide what types of flowers to use for your wedding, so far we’ve covered wedding flowers by season, picking DIY-friendly flowers, and matching flowers and accents with your wedding themes. Another key question to ask is what kind of bouquets and arrangements do you want to make? Different arrangement styles are easier with certain kinds of flowers, and should avoid others.