We are back in the studio staying warm and cozy while blogging, answering emails and preparing proposals for so many beautiful spring, summer and fall 2020 weddings to come!
It's the beginning of January and this week the temperatures are going to drop down to -23 degrees Celsius with the low being -29 degrees! Until now winter has been fairly mild and we haven't had to wrap a single floral arrangement for any of our November or December weddings! If you are a florist you can appreciate how wonderful it is to not have to triple bag each flower arrangement to protect them from the cold. Needless to say, this week we will be bagging our flowers.
To forget about the looming cold snap coming our way, let's focus on spring and the fact that it'll be here in a few short months.
Today's post features the spring bridal bouquets we created for 2019 weddings and styled shoots. We traveled to flower weddings in Canmore, Banff and Lethbridge and had many local spring weddings here in Calgary too.
We love spring as it's the time of year when some of our favorite blooms become available such as peonies (yay!), sweet peas and spirea! Since we adore these blooms so much, along with ranunculus and garden roses, you'll see them used a few times in our spring bouquets.
Scroll down to see our favorite spring wedding bouquets!
Taya's March wedding bouquet was a mix of white, ivory, soft and bright pink blooms. Her bouquet featured magenta lisianthus, White O'Hara garden roses, blush hanoi clooney ranunculus and pink leptospermum for fun texture! Photos by Kristyn Harder Photography
Sara's June bouquet featured sweet peas, peonies, ranunculus, spirea and delphinium all in soft pastel shades. The wedding took place at one of our very favorite Calgary wedding venues, The Lake House Calgary. Photos by Shannon Yau
Coral charm peonies and Juliet garden roses were the feature flowers in the bouquets for this outdoor June wedding ceremony at Tunnel Mountain in Banff National Park. We also sourced BC grown Koko Loko garden spray roses for a touch of dusty mauve. Photos by Jade Gabrielle
This spring bouquet was designed for a styled shoot at The Nash restaurant, one of Calgary's top wedding venues. The bouquet features bright coral ranunculus, Romantic Antique garden roses, lavender sweet peas, camel and amnesia roses and spirea. Photos by Tara Whittaker Photography
Luminita's May bridal bouquet was fragrant with touches of white sweet peas, spirea and show stopping white peony and ranunculus blooms. Their intimate wedding took place at Creekside Villa in Canmore, Alberta. Photos by Your Black + White
Kathleen's spring bouquet featured White O'Hara garden roses with soft branches of spirea mixed throughout. Photo by Stephanie Couture Photography
Megan's March bridal bouquet featured panda anemones and burgundy ranunculus along with Quicksand and Faith roses for their Banff wedding at the Rimrock Resort.