Classic

Classic and timeless, this wedding theme will never go out of style! Perfect for any time of year and in any color palette, look for rounded bouquets filled with garden roses, tulips, peonies and israeli ruscus. Ornate flower arrangements even on the cake.

Off Beat

We define an offbeat wedding by being a wedding that is not "the norm". Wearing a colored wedding dress or having a theme wedding would both fit that. I think being an offbeat bride means that you don't want your entire wedding to be traditional, you want to add a bit of your own uniqueness to it. Color Palettes Blue, Orange, Yellow, and Red. this warm/cool combination. Blue and Gold. Red, Orange, and Sage.

Romantic

Soft hues, delicate lighting, and plenty of florals typically make up a romantic wedding.    When you think of romance, you likely think of rich, pastel colors like pink, red, lavender, and peach. These hues communicate passion, but softness, along with love and devotion. The delicate and ruffled blooms, like roses, peonies, and carnations, that have become indicative of romance illustrate a layered look that defines many of the complex and wonderful emotions that accompany a love story.

Boho & Vintage

Long, flowy dresses, floral crowns, and a free spirit are all quintessential for the Boho Chic wedding theme. Bouquets are wild and centerpieces eclectic, thriving on the gypsy vibes that have become increasingly popular. This style prides itself in pairing items with apparently different themes for a cute, curated appeal. Play with texture and color with flowers such as astilbe, ranunculus, spray roses, and lots and lots of fresh greenery.

Beach

There’s nothing quite like walking down the aisle with the waves and wide-open sky in the background. If you’re planning a beach wedding, you’re naturally looking for beach flowers that will complement your seaside ceremony. Here, discover flowers that will blend in beautifully at the beach.