A Few Favorite Bridal Bouquets by Colonial House

the chapel designers have posed a challenge to share favorite bridal bouquets for a progressive post.

similar to a traveling dinner party that visits homes, a progressive post is interesting, captivating, fulfilling, and lively as it moves around.  new places & new faces from all over the world.

 savor morsels, bites, slices and delicacies  at each web address while you sip, converse, or leave a note.

honored that colonial house is on route, i am delighted you’ve made it to our place.

 welcome!

let me be your host as i share a few treasures. 

 

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[thank you to rylee hitchner for sharing this picture]
location: serenbe

 

fig, olive branches, blackberries, among other pretty things like david austin roses, lissanthus, rununculus, stocks.

of all bouquets, this one is the most authentic, and genuine to me. respecting  different stages of life with some things broken, beginning to dull, while others are fruiting, branching, opening bloom, & in seed is one of my values.

joy thigpen is one of the most passionate, naturally pure & perfect designer’s, to me. i think she is powerfully amazing.

this bouquet was gathered while meeting her for a creative styling workshop. it resonates the unfeigned light & love of that moment, that season.

it is properly, unquestionably a reflection of who i am. my heart in that little moment.

it’s not perfect. it’s free. it’s raw. it’s real. it felt right. it moves.

my all time favorite bouquet.

And, another darling:

[photo from style me pretty /photography: odalys mendez photography / creative styling: adorned event design ]

venue: meadowlark gardensgriffin, ga

simple. fresh. understated. charming. elegant.

dinner plate dahlia’s, hydrangea, and imported ribbon.

this bridesmaid bouquet says everything about the unique southern soiree it appeared. i think that is why it’s so special.

it looks exactly like the couple it celebrates while it blends with the venue.

the georgia garden wedding flowers of this event were drenched in style. you can see more, here.

this bouquet is thumb-tacked to the cork board of my mind as a reminder:  less is sometimes more. bigger isn’t always better.

it tells me to rein things in. edit. edit. edit. it teaches to listen to the person before me and be true to her day.

this unique bouquet looks hand picked, garden-glam. i just, love it.

and, my last favor today is inspired by christmas in the south.

Low Country Christmas

photo from jason hurst photography
 

simple. elegant. traditional. red & white for lots of south georgia, low country christmas charm.

tightly wound garnet garden roses. topped with pearls.

so, there are three of my favorite bridal bouquets by colonial house. viola! challenge met.

glad you joined the progressive post as i hope you relish the serving here.

please join me. let’s see the other picks on the circuit. 

x,

christy

bon appetit!

Holly Heider Chapple Flowers LTD

Celebration Florals

Gertie Maes

Soiree Floral

Colonial House

Stacy K Floral

Wild Bunch Studio

Passionflower

Alicia Jayne Florals

Goodness-Gracious! Florals

Urban Petals

FloressenceFlowers

On Butterfly Wings

Fleur:ology 

Alluring Blooms

Posh Floral Designs

Francoise Weeks

Exquisite Designs 

Sherwood Design and Events

Courtenay Lambert Florals, Weddings, and Events

Daevid’s of Norfolk

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