To celebrate the opening of wedding season, B&B Designs has shared their top picks of 2022!
We hope you all enjoy these amazing bouquets!
A unique twist on a winter wedding, consisting of gorgeous pastels colors that mimic the reflection of the snow capped mountains and the beautiful waters of Lake Tahoe in the background. A soft romantic color pallet, with a dainty mix of florals, helped set the stage for this gorgeous day. This was a Covid postponed wedding, but the bride, new she had always wanted a winter wedding, set in two parts with a morning ceremony and an evening candle lit reception in a garden like setting.
This bouquet held blooms of garden roses, roses, spray roses, sweet pea, belladonna, butterfly ranunculus, lisianthus, larkspur, Queen Anne’s lace, hellebores, and jasmine.
Fall bouquets are my favorite, and when asked to do a photo shoot, using fall colors I could not resist. The warm rich colors and textured flowers are what makes this all so stunning.
This bouquet holds gorgeous blooms of roses, spray roses, Cymbidium orchids, lismachia, cosmos, ranunculus & butterfly ranunculus, bunny tail, Veronica, Viburnum berries, Magnolia leaves, catone aster, Nandina, and Italian ruscus.
When you think of a classic bouquet, this modern version of a classic bouquet could not fit that description any better. With its subtle ins and outs and more oval shape rather than tight circular, gives this bouquet an over-the-top elegant feeling while maintaining a modern look.
The blooms used to create this classical feel were a mix of peonies, garden roses, ranunculus, sweet pea and tweedia.
Even though the reception used brighter dusty colors, the bouquets, however, focused more on muted dusty colors with pops of color. This natural bouquet with its dusty muted colors and punchy pinks and peaches, maintains a very organic, delicate feeling through the flowers and colors chosen. The bride had lost her father just weeks before the wedding; and by using color, the couple wanted everyone to know that this day was to be a celebration of joy and happiness.
This natural, organic looking bouquet came together with the use of garden roses, roses, spray roses, ranunculus & butterfly ranunculus, dahlias, phlox, tweedia, delphinium, scabiosa, lisianthus, and jasmine
A natural, organic, delicate bouquet with a mix of light and airy flowers works perfectly high above Lake Tahoe among the mountain tops of Homewood. A simplistic look, with a lot of impact. of corse this couple could not forget their favorite furry friend with a beautiful baby’s breath collar.
This dainty mix of flowers consisted of cosmos, dahlias, spray roses, double tulips, ranunculus, zinnias, sweet pea, campanula, tweedia, feverfew, Queen Anne’s lace, scabiosa, snow on the mountain, and jasmine.
A traditional bouquet, this classic, is the perfect addition to this church wedding; and the florals are a perfect match to the intricate details of the bride’s dress.
The round bouquet with subtle ins and outs consists of a mix of peonies, hydrangea, roses, spray roses, astilbe, large bloomed babies breath, and finished with subtle accents of Israeli ruscus and mint. The finishing touch on this bouquet comes from the four lockets of loved ones.
These dusty antique colors give this textured bouquet a romantic beauty in and of itself. Stel & Billy originally planned an entire outdoor wedding with a lawn ceremony, patio reception, and dancing under the stars; but Mother Nature had other plans. As a couple that had to postpone their original date due to Covid, everyone quickly adjusted to create a gorgeous wedding day that they would love.
This romantic bouquet is filled with beautiful blooms of garden roses, roses, ranunculus & butterfly ranunculus, anemone, lisianthus, hellebores, scabiosa, rice flower, Queen Anne’s lace, heather acacia, gunni eucalyptus, Israeli ruscus, mint, and jasmine.