Blush and Burgundy Bouquet | Utah Florist | Kaylee + Preston

This special Utah bride has an absolutely perfect mix of elegance and flair. Don't worry, you'll find out why it in just a minute. You see, blush and burgundy was the most common color combination this past year for wedding florals, and so this could have been a very traditional bouquet. But we decided to add a little twist! Texture!!!! By adding in so much texture to this bouquet, we made it unique and personal! We used some beautiful textural calcynia and a soft flowing jasmine vine for the feminine touch. The use of peach/pink stock gave the bridal bouquet the most exquisite smell! Kaylee also understood that allowing for a range of color is extremely important in getting a great-looking bouquet! Notice that the bouquet doesn't have just one blush color or just one burgundy color. It's the tonal range that lets the flowers speak for themselves, not be lost in the mix, and shine on their own and together! Didn't she do an amazing job pairing it with that navy blue too? 

Kaylee and Preston were married at the Payson Temple, and I was so honored to get to work with her to create this beautiful bridal bouquet. Her bridal session was a dream. I can't wit for you to actually see the wedding itself!

Wide bouquets are becoming more and more of a trend, but as you see here, they don't have to be huge. Kaylee's bouquet seemed to be just the right size, petite and quaint, and still have that wide look to it! Congrats to these two!

Photog: @MalaeTalleyPhoto IG;; Florals: The Potted Pansy