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The bridal bouquet is the sublime adapter connecting ambience and dress while weaving tidbits of personal style. “I always give my client something to take home to help them envision the overall color palette and style for their special day,” says David Urban of The Secret Garden in Jamestown. Despite the popularity of all white hand-tied bouquets, many florists like Urban find bliss in creating unlimited bouquet combinations of texture, color and buds. Take this flow chart of different styles, theme and feel to your wedding florist to help piece together your personal transcendent bridal bouquet. 

By Megan Collamati


Formal, compact and tight, for an elegant mansion wedding.



Maaike Bernstrom Photography, Flowers by The Secret Garden

• Statement piece of trailing fuchsia Phalaenopsis orchids.
• Structured, mystical mix including wine ranunculus and peonies


Brittany Adams Photography, Flowers by Stoneblossom

• Peaches and creams with burnt orange seasonal dahlias.
• Subtle pale pink and blush tones.
• Earth-toned Anemone with Dusty Miller and matching grey succulents.


Romantic, Loose and airy feeling for an outdoor beach or vineyard venue.

Maaike Bernstrom Photography, Flowers by Semia

“Most couples like loose and wispy because we’re coastal and more relaxed,” says David Urban, The Secret Garden, Jamestown, RI.

• Simply white Sweet Pea and Jasmine vine amidst lavender, burgundy and blue undertones.
• Late summer mix of farm fresh purple, coral and orange.

• Terra Cotta roses and Cafe Au Lait dahlias tucked in wispy greens.
• Entirely white, local lisianthus and scabiosa enclosed by airy scented geranium and clematis vine


Brittany Adams Photography, Flowers by Carlone’s Florist

• Plume-like astilbe with pops of pink.
• Petite bouquet of simply chic Calla Lilies.

♥ Published in Newport Wedding magazine 2019

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