24 of the Most Breathtaking Lowcountry Bouquets

24 of the Most Breathtaking Lowcountry Bouquets

By Alli Steinke | July 05, 2018

Y’all. You have no idea how many luxurious bouquets land in our inbox! Whether they lean toward simplicity or elaborate, these beauties inspire like mad. For some serious eye candy (and to share with your own florist), here are our 24 favorites from some of the Lowcountry’s most talented flower whispers.

Leslie Liberis, the owner of Branch Design Studio, says she and her team love experimenting with different bloom combinations, like the mix seen in bride Jennifer’s bouquet (plus those of her wedding party). To get such a fetching combination, Leslie says to give your florist your wishes, then let them interpret that. “We may just have a fun recommendation you would never have thought to include,” she says.”

Florals: Branch Design Studio

Image: Aaron and Jillian

Couple: Jennifer and Michael

Venue: Lowndes Grove Plantation

Big, bright, and bold. Colorful bouquets like this one from WildFlowers Inc. add cheer to a Big Day.

Florals: WildFlowers Inc.

Image: Monika Gauthier

Couple: McKenzie and Greg

Venue: The Cedar Room

Prefer a simple, classic bouquet like Katrina did? Love this handful of calla lilies from Branch Design Studio.

Florals: Branch Design Studio

Image: Jenna Marie Weddings

Couple: Katrina and Joe

Venue: Runnymede Plantation

Blooms, fruit, greenery, and trailing silk ribbon? We die. See more (including an elaborate floral wall) from Wimberly Fair  here.

Florals: Wimberly Fair Designs

Image: Corbin Gurkin

Occasion: Spring 2018 Styled Shoot

Venue: Lance Hall at Circular Congregation Church

With its pastel hues and lush greenery and verdant texture, this groom’s bouquet (ha) from Propagate Studio is tops.

Florals: Propagate Studio

Image: Aaron & Jillian Photography

Couple: Rachael & Paul

Venue: The Mills House

Succulents? Yes, please. For more gorgeous florals from Loluma, click here for Lily and John’s garden-themed soireé.  

Florals: Loluma

Image: Carolina Photosmith

Couple: Lily and John

Venue: Governor Thomas Bennett House

Love peonies, like these pink dreamboats? Gayla Harvey, co-owner of Tiger Lily Weddings, says to keep in mind the season. “Allow [your florists] to get the best available seasonal bloom to fits the design,” she says. A bonus with working with pros is that they can often find a similar flower to sub in if your first choice isn’t available, and they also have great connections to international growers.

Florals: Tiger Lily Weddings

Image: Perry Vaile Photography

Couple: Sarah and Richard

Venue: Pavilion at Pepper Plantation

“I trust my intuition,” says Ann Cunniffe of The Purple Magnolia. “If I see a plant at a nursery or something growing on the side of the road that I think will add to the beauty of the design for a wedding, then I buy it or I pull over and forage it.” We think she nailed it with Leah’s bouquet (and with those of her maids). 

Florals: Purple Magnolia

Image: Aaron & Jillian Photography

Couple: Leah and Zach

Venue: Magnolia Plantation and Gardens

Add a graphic statement to a mostly tone-on-tone bouquet with anemones, as Frampton’s Flowers did here. Little punched up details like these make a big statement.

Florals: Frampton’s Flowers

Image: Sloan Photography

Couple: Kathryn and Josh

Venue: Spring Island Club

Pastels, roses, and greenery – what more could a bride want for her Big Day bouquet? This Pretty Petals creation was perfect for Ashleigh and Sean’s Spring “I do’s”.

Florals: Pretty Petals

Image: Dana Cubbage Weddings

Couple: Ashleigh and Sean

Venue: Legare Waring House

 

A bouquet with airy, trailing greenery can be as alluring as one with trailing ribbon. Proof?  Sarah’s custom bouquet from Palmetto Bloom.

Florals: Palmetto Bloom

Image: Virgil Bunao Photography

Couple: Sarah and Demitri

Venue: Wingate Plantation

 

Love a bold color? Take a cue from the pros at Loluma, who worked in a range of reds here—pink, cherry, burgundy—so as not to overwhelm the bride’s look.

Florals: Loluma

Image: Riverland Studios

Couple: Katie and Michael

Venue: Cannon Green  

We love how this romantic showstopper from Out of the Garden displays a mix of fuchsia ranunculus, blush tulips, pink astilbe, and more and still maintains its dainty look.

Florals: Out of the Garden

Image: Mike Cassimatis Photography

Couple: Lindsay and Christopher

Venue: Legare Waring House

Tiger Lily Weddings balanced a mellow palette with a rich variety of textures and shapes to create this truly dynamic bouquet punctuated with buttery yellow roses.

Florals: Tiger Lily Weddings

Image: Cameron Reynolds Photography

Couple: Kylene and Nick

Venue: Francis Marion Hotel  

Romantic, sweet, and colorful, this bouquet by Frampton’s Flowers from Patricia and Zach’s wedding at the Gibbes Museum of Art is its own masterpiece. Click here for more stunning blooms from this Big Day.

Florals: Frampton’s Flowers

Image: Heather Payne Photography

Couple: Patricia and Zach

Venue: Gibbes Museum of Art

Filled with bold ranunculus in citrus hues, this stunner from Anna Bella Florals is a tart treat.

Florals: Anna Bella Florals

Image: Alex Thornton

Occasion: Styled Shoot

Venue: Hampton Park

 

You can’t go wrong with a classic white bouquet like Alexis’s. She enlisted the flower gurus at Palmetto Bloom to create this beauty.

Florals: Palmetto Bloom

Image: Sean Money + Elizabeth Fay

Couple: Alexis and Andrew

Venue: Gibbes Museum of Art

A garden party-style wedding with a whole lot of lavender and purple? Here’s how SYG Designs balanced the bold color with the organic theme.

Florals: SYG Designs

Image: Theo Milo Photography

Couple: Shannon and David

Venue: The Daniel Island Club

Now this is a bouquet to remember! Loluma says Kristin wanted her magical day to be unique and let the florists run with that idea to fashion this stunner.

Florals: Loluma

Image: King Street Studios

Couple: Kristin and Leif

Venue: Runnymede Plantation

How about a trio of abundant bouquets that veritably overflow with about as much joy as a bride does? We thought you’d say “Yes” to that. If you’re looking for florals that equal joy personified, Wimberly Fair of Wimberly Fair Designs is your gal.

Florals: Wimberly Fair Designs

Image: Aaron and Jillian Photography

Couple: Meghan and Greg

Venue: Historic Rice Mill

 

It might be that we’re writing this in July, but mmmm, creamsicle bouquet … right?! Whatever way you interpret this color combo from Wimberly Fair Designs, it’s delish.

Florals: Wimberly Fair Designs

Image: Kristy Roderick Photography

Couple: Sarah and Sean

Venue: Cannon Green

Have a groom sporting dark hues? Bridge your all-white attire with his with a bouquet like this one from Stephanie Gibbes that includes colors that work with his ensemble. (P.S. Alex, love that kilt!)  

Florals: Stephanie Gibbes

Image: Ashley Seawell

Couple: Rebecca and Alex

Venue: A Private Residence and Governor Thomas Bennett House

Oh. My. Gosh. This is one of those “recipes” you have to share because it’s so very, very good. (Just look at those colors! Textures! Shapes!) Thankfully Pretty Petals was up for schooling us about bride Crystal’s bouquet, comprised of garden roses, thistle, ranunculus, seeded eucalyptus, limonium, and Italian ruscus.

Florals: Pretty Petals

Image: Studio Adele

Couple: Crystal and Dusty

Venue:  Givhans Ferry State Park

Here’s another great example—this one from the talents at Propagate Studio of how to mix berries with greenery and a mix of blooms for a lush, garden-style bouquet.

Florals: Propagate Studio

Image: good graces photography

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