What is your Bridal Bouquet Style?

There are so many personal touches that help you create your very own Bridal Style. One of our favorites is your bridal bouquet. So many options! Are you going to a simple "just picked these myself on my way to the ceremony", or something more in line with a floral art piece? If you want to see a couple of different options, keep reading! 

Tamara wanted something simple and classic to compliment her Vera Wang gown. This all white bouquet from Belle Fleur is both stunning and formal enough to suit the Bowery Hotel wedding. The differing blooms makes the bouquet look interesting, but the pops of green keep it from falling flat, and also keep it from blending into the dress in photos! 

All white bouquet by Belle Fleur photographed by Christian Oth Studios.

Elana's wanted something a little more colorful and playful for her Prospect Park Picnic House Wedding! She opted for this gorgeous bouquet by Poppies and Posies is varying shades of pink. The shape, size, and colors pop against her delicate lace dress. Perfect choice for an outdoor summer wedding!

Vibrant bridal bouquet by Poppies and Posies. Photo by Readyluck.

Lindsay was looking for something a little more off the beaten path. She opted for this incredible bouquet by Blossom and Branch. The greenery with pops of succulents and curly willow suited her non-traditional style. This looked perfect against her Marchesa dress and were perfect at her Smack Mellon wedding!

Wild floral Bridal bouquet by Blossom and Branch. Photo by Karen Wise.

Sometimes your bridal bouquet selection is just as simple as choosing your favorite flower! This bouquet was chosen to match a simple wedding dress. The bouquet was also no-fuss, and simply  made from the bride's favorite flower, Lily of the Valley. Melarosa created a green border around the bouquet to make sure it didn't disappear against the dress in photos. What a perfect Spring bouquet! 

One flower simplicity by Melarosa. Photo by Heather Waraksa.

Looking for something a little more textured? Want something that is Fall like, but not  "orange leaf " like in style? Well, take a look at this stunning creation by Lewis Miller Design. The varying soft shades give this bouquet depth and texture. In love!

Bridal bouquet by LMD Designs. Photo by Christian Oth.

Elizabeth's bouquet from Saipua took our breath away! The loose and natural floral style was perfect for this Bowery Hotel wedding! My favorite thing about this bouquet is that it works for any season!

Bridal Bouquet by Saipua. Photo by Weddings by Two.

Now, we saved the best for last! While all of these bouquets were stunning, our favorite is the one below! Fiona's mom made this bouquet from paper flowers for Fiona's wedding day. Not only was it fabulous, but it was a personal touch that she can keep and treasure for years to come! 

Bridal Paper flower bouquet created by the brides mother. Photo by Brookelyn

What is your wedding bouquet style?

Aanie and Brooke’s Labor Day Weekend Wedding

I'm so happy to share some pictures from Aanie & Brooke's Long Island tent wedding. The couple got married on the property of their friends Peter & Michael, using the gorgeous grounds for a tented ceremony, cocktails, dinner and dancing. Aanie & Brooke selected our Panic Button Package, requesting assistance with selecting a florist for their personal flowers, creating floral arrangements and organizing guest transportation to and from the hotel a few towns over. Saipua created their gorgeous bridal bouquets and boutonnieres. The JAM team, with help from the bridal party, arranged the centerpieces and the bridesmaid bouquets with flowers purchased by the brides. Buses were on hand throughout the night so guests didn't need to worry about driving and could just enjoy the party! Keiko Niwa photographed the wedding, and set up a photobooth in the living room. Scott at Tip of the Tongue served up a wonderful family-style feast, and DJ Lindsey kept the party going late into the night.

I really loved the many personal touches that the ladies, their friends and family contributed to the day. The wooden chuppa poles, held by 4 friends, were made by the couple. Brooke's aunt provided the ceremony music. Aanie's father created their "guest book" - a tree print on which guests created leaves from their thumbprints & signatures. Brooke's brother made their cake, and friend Michael serenaded the ladies and wowed their guests with his rendition of "My Romance." It was a truly lovely wedding, and a very fun night. Congratulations Aanie & Brooke! -Rebecca

Officiant: Rabbi Morris Barzalai, Sinai Free Synagogue Videography: Pennylane Productions Lighting: Luminous Designs Tents: Nassau Tents Hair & Makeup: Nikki Robinson