Color plays a big role in the next batch of bouquets and bridal party accessories. I like to consider how a bride's bouquet will compliment her skin tone, hair, and bridal ensemble while keeping in step with the current bounty of mother nature's seasons. This juicy spring bridal bouquet features lively ranunculus in tangerines and peaches, dogwood, snowball viburnum, lilac, lime green frittilaria, ¨carmel antike¨ garden roses, fragrant honeysuckle vine, and touches of dusty green with artichoke foliage, new yarrow, eucalyptus, and scrumptious blueberry. I added a subtle air plant for interest and finished the bouquet with peach and ivory silk ribbons. The colors in this bouquet make my mouth water but I also really love the movement and shape.
For the boutonniere I repeated some of the bridal bouquet elements- dogwood, blueberry, eucalyptus- and added a touch of silver dollar pod, snowberry, and barley wrapped in silk ribbon.
My model, Zoe Hitchner, is a flower farmer at Front Porch Farm where this photo shoot took place. Her bouquet is 90% made up of flowers that she grew, the last 10% from a few other local growers. Zoe's floral hair piece reflects her vibrant and warm personality, and looks killer with that bright, juicy lip color. Her handsome farm apprentice Patrick modeled the corresponding boutonniere for me and made it look real good.
Stay tuned for one last post from this photo shoot highlighting some more colorful bouquets and outtakes from our super fun time at the farm.
Floral Design + Photography by Jaclyn K. Nesbitt Designs | Bride's Dress by Dainty Rascal | Models: Zoe Hitchner + Patrick Rhodes | Photos taken at Front Porch Farm | To inquire about hosting your wedding at Front Porch Farm, contact Kristen of K Venues