Three local New Hampshire florists put together bridal bouquets that represent the latest floral trends.
Yes, the boutonniere small, but it plays a big part in weddings. Most importantly, a boutonniere demonstrates the tie the groom has to the bride.
Meet the team behind Lakes Region florist Simple Bouquets.
Meet Littleton florist Emily Herzig.
Meet New Hampshire florists Lotus Floral Designs.
Meet Franklin florists Ivy & Aster.
"I love what I do and I believe it really shines through in my work."
Instead of the more traditional tightly tied bouquet, consider a much "wilder" approach. Though still carefully arranged, these loose and overflowing bouquets channel the look of a just picked wild flowers.
Look beyond flowers. Greens, herbs, succulents and other non-blooming or floral plants are just as gorgeous. Here are a few examples.
Roses are back - This traditional flower is regaining popularity. Here are 10 ideas from local NH florists for rose bouquets.