Our Favorite Bouquets of 2018
A fresh, beautiful bouquet is the perfect finishing touch to every wedding, and we loved seeing the wide variety of styles and flowers couples brought to NOAH’S 2018 weddings. While every bouquet was as unique as the couple that held them, there were a few that really caught our eyes, and everyone else’s, in the NOAH’S Main Hall. These couples walked down the aisle and entered their reception flaunting these beautiful blooms, and we think everyone should get the chance to enjoy them.
Photos: Dan Cox Photography
Peach roses, white anemones, thistle blue flower, and seeded eucalyptus brought the warmth to Magic and Jon’s snowy Auburn Hills “I Dos.”
Photos: Kaila Cales Photography
Nidia incorporated bursts of color in her small, round bouquet for her Lake Mary wedding to Taylor. The coral hypericum berries, pink peonies, red succulent flower, and protea orange pincushion flowers are accented by various roses including shocking versilia, peach, and blush.
Photos: Cupcake Photography
Stephanie and Mathew kept it clean and classic with this mix of Italian ruscus, ivory hydrangeas, and just a dash of seeded eucalyptus for their San Antonio ceremony.
Photos: Caitlin Steva Photography
The pink and white roses and cascading Italian ruscus and dusty miller brought a romantic vibe to Nick and Minna’s Memphis wedding.
Photos: Juice Beats Photography
Jenee focused on soft pink o’hara and white roses when she married Wes in Kingston. The addition of ranunculus, silver dollar eucalyptus, and italian ruscus gives this round bouquet the perfect mix of texture.
Photos: In His Image Photography
The warm, fall colors in Rebecca and Daniel’s Auburn Hills wedding blew us all away. This mix of yellow ranunculus, white roses, and bronze upright amaranthus stole the show and was accented by cascading seeded eucalyptus and Italian ruscus.
Photos: Ariel Perry Photography
Taaron and Antonio topped their classy affair with this classic round bouquet of pink roses and white hydrangeas peppered with dusty miller.
Photos: Secret Leigh Photography
The soft and billowy willow eucalyptus in Emmy’s Chesapeake wedding was highlighted by splashes of color from red carnations, pink ranunculus, and sky blue delphinium.
Photos: Samantha Newman Photography
Kim and Chase kept things fresh with this crescent bouquet of white ranunculus and blush roses at their New Albany celebration. The combination of Kim’s bouquet with the europa astilobe and white spray stock flowers in those of her bridesmaids created a stunning picture.
Photos: Alyssa Tsuchiya Photography
We love the deep colors Marilyn brought into her bouquet for her Utah County wedding. The burgundy dahlias and red hanging amaranthus stood in striking contrast to the pink and ivory roses and created a romantic effect.
Photos: Ashley Wallace Photography
The new love baby’s breath, ivory roses, and white peonies give this bouquet a classic, airy vibe for Kerry and Grant’s wedding in New Albany.
Photos: Katie Lindgren Photography
We love this wild boho bouquet featuring various roses including white, blush, and white garden. The cascading willow and seeded eucalyptus helped make Olivia and Lucas’s sweet Des Moines soiree unforgettable.
A bouquet is a great way to focus in on the style and feel of your wedding. Here at NOAH’S, we would love to help bring that personalized, perfect look to your wedding venue. We have customizable lighting and ceiling decor packages to make your big day perfect for you. Give us a call today to find out more about what we can bring to your celebration.
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