6 Florals to Create a wild & natural bouquet

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Every bride has a different vision of what her wedding will look like.  Your flowers play a big part in creating that vision.  For some brides that vision includes natural florals that looked like they were picked in a field.  These stems will add a wildflower feel to your flower design.

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Queen Anne’s Lace:

This flower can be found growing along fence lines and by fields around the area. Other similar looking flowers are Orlaya, Dara, or Yarrow.


Goldenrod (Solidago):

Blamed for everyone’s fall allergies, this “weed” is truly a beautiful filler flower. It adds eye-catching yellow color. Similar flowers are Astilbe and Estelle.

(Emily Rose Photography)

(Emily Rose Photography)


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Bee Balm:

This wildflower ranges from pink, purple, white, and red. It is a favorite of bees, butterflies, and hummingbirds. Similar flowers would be asters or poms.


Foxglove:

These tall spiky looking stems have bell shaped flowers ranging from purple to pink to peach. They add visual interest.

Sweet William:

These clusters of little flowers have graced flower beds for years. They are frequently found in purple, white, pink and bicolor.

Scabiosa (Pincushion):

These unique flowers have wavy stems and flowers ranging from blue-purple to almost black. They add a wild character to centerpieces.

Columbine:

Dainty flowers on tall stems, these florals add wild appeal. They are found in yellow, pink, blue, and purples.

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