Tuesday, May 3, 2011

Spring Flowers

With wedding season in full swing and the gorgeous weather we've had the past few weeks,
I thought I'd share some of our favorite springtime flowers (and a few pointers!) with our brides already in the mix of planning their 2012 Lowcountry Wedding.  Hope you enjoy!


These little cuties are the epitome of spring!
It's best to keep them separate from other flowers due to a certain sap they secrete.  But no worries, they seem to make quite the statement without the help of others.

 Image via Polly Wreford
Image via Project Wedding


Flowering Branches

Don't you just love this time of the year when the branches start bloomin'?  These eye-catching branches will add height to any ballroom and can magically transform a reception space. 
They're sure to make a big statement.

Images via Centria Consulting and Southern Living 
 Image via The Knot
 Images via Wedding Aces and Sugar Plum Invitations
Images via Simply Dazzling Events and Merriment Events



I love tulips, I can't help it, they just make me happy. 
One of my favorite characteristics is their versatility.  Going for an elegant feel? Try the classic French Tulips.  Feeling fun and sassy?  How bout the Apricot Parrot Tulips.  Take a look at all the different ways you can incorporate these springtime favorites into your wedding day.
(We've even included a tulip chandelier!)


This oh-so southern flower blooms early in the spring season.  While their classic blooms and fragrant aromas scream Southern, this flower can be extremely fragile so make sure to check with your floral designer for the best way to incorporate them into your big day!

Image via Style Me Pretty

Image via Style Court


Hands down, this is my favorite flower.  I could "research" these beauties all day long (and I just might!).  They are available May thru June-ish in a wide range of colors, so plan accordingly because they make a stunning bouquet.

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