Wedding Planning

Floral Arrangements from mywedding Magazine

Our favorite florals from mywedding magazine. 

Flowers are, without a doubt, one of the most eye-catching details of a wedding. Whether your style is more clean and classic, wild and eclectic or rustic or desert-inspired, your floral decor makes a big statement about the theme of your wedding day, as well as providing the extra dose of pretty your event deserves. No matter your personal preference or taste in petals, when it comes to floral inspiration, we’d definitely have to admit we have a favorite source…so without wasting another moment, here are five of our top floral displays pulled directly from the pages of the new issue of mywedding.

It’s all in the details – like these intricate boutonnieres and the elaborate ribbons that come with them. The best part about these boutonnieres may be the simple fact that they’re all a little bit different. No cookie cutter arrangements here!

The florals for this wedding (featured in mywedding Texas) are all amazing – but the bride’s bouquet is what really swept us off our feet. The loose, whimsical feel of the arrangement fit in perfectly with her super romantic style, and the champagne ribbon (which was also used for each of the bridesmaids’ bouquets) completed the look beautifully.

Modern floral decor, anyone? This bouquet stole the show in a chic, contemporary California wedding. Compact bouquets and primary colors are always a good choice for couples who want to make sure their wedding feels completely up to date.

If we were awarding prizes for best use of everything, these table arrangements would win, hands down. Lush flowers, beautiful hammered copper vases, elegant branches to add shape and texture and then, if all that wasn’t enough pretty for one table, bright wedges of freshly cut fruit.

This exotic arrangement probably isn’t surprising anyone who’s been reading our posts about the new magazine, but we couldn’t resist. It’s not everyday you see an entire shoot filled with bold colors and non-traditional blooms. Plus, parrot tulips. Irresistible, right?

See more photos of these arrangements – plus dozens more – in the new issue of mywedding.


Photo credits: Honey Honey Photography   |   Heather Hawkins Photography   |   Katie McGihon Photography   |   Rachel Havel Photography   |   M. K. Sadler