Which Bouquet Style Represents You?

Hey lovelies, I know it’s been a while as this wedding season was super busy for us and I’m still learning how to balance everything. My business, mommy duties, wife duties, sister duties, being a daughter and giving self care which definitely was & currently not easy.

Today I wanted to talk about Bouquet styles and the most common ones we’ve seen. It all depends what you love and which represents your style best. I’ve had Brides who loved everything and they were just excited for the big day so I had to narrow it down to see which one best fits them. We do this by having a consultation and having a chat and then creating a Pinterest board that we can both view. They’re are also Brides who know what they want in every detail which is cool too. Then our job is to provide the best experience and create floral designs & decor for the big day.

Round Bouquet

The Round Bouquet is one of the most common bouquets we’ve created. It’s all about the shape in this bouquet. The flowers we usually use for this type of bouquet are roses & peonies. We can definitely use other flowers because it’s all about the dome shape. To me this bouquet is traditional & classic.

 Photographed by:  Artvesta Studio , Round Bouquet created by Evelisa Floral & Design

Photographed by: Artvesta Studio, Round Bouquet created by Evelisa Floral & Design

 Photographed by:  Dream Pictures NY , Round Bouquet created: Evelisa Floral & Design

Photographed by: Dream Pictures NY, Round Bouquet created: Evelisa Floral & Design

Cascade Bouquet

This style bouquet can be a statement piece all on its own. It’s a waterfall of flowers that elegantly drapes down. Typically we use orchids for this specific bouquet as they naturally have that shape. But in the 2nd photo we didn’t use orchids but used various flowers: ranunculus, calla lily, seeded eucalyptus, rosegold fillers. This bouquet is super elegant and can be traditional as well.

 Cascade Bouquet created by: Evelisa Floral & Design

Cascade Bouquet created by: Evelisa Floral & Design

 Cascade Bouquet created By: Evelisa Floral & Design

Cascade Bouquet created By: Evelisa Floral & Design

Posy Bouquet

This bouquet is a small bouquet that mainly uses flowers barely no greenery. This bouquet can be used by Bridesmaids and even Brides. It’s definitely a popular choice as well. Carrying a bouquet all day if you ever ask a past bride can be very heavy but a Posy Bouquet is a great alternative to still get a beautiful bouquet with a huge impact.

 Posy Bouquet created by: Evelisa Floral & Design

Posy Bouquet created by: Evelisa Floral & Design

 Posy Bouquet created by: Evelisa Floral & Design

Posy Bouquet created by: Evelisa Floral & Design

Handtied Bouquet

This past wedding season this was our most popular bouquet. This bouquet incorporates various flowers and different greenery usually put together with ribbon or twine. This style is very Whimsical and Rustic. It gives a feeling that these flowers were just cut straight from the farm/ field and given to the Bride. I love that feeling.

 Handtied Bouquet created by: Evelisa Floral & Design

Handtied Bouquet created by: Evelisa Floral & Design

 Photographed by:  Jordan Jankun Photography.com , Handtied Bouquet created by Evelisa Floral & Design

Photographed by: Jordan Jankun Photography.com, Handtied Bouquet created by Evelisa Floral & Design

 Photographed by:  Fabiene Photography , Handtied Bouquet created by Evelisa Floral & Design

Photographed by: Fabiene Photography, Handtied Bouquet created by Evelisa Floral & Design

Pomander Bouquet

This perfect round ball of flowers is another classic style bouquet that can be held with a ribbon or even pearls as seen in the photo below. We’ve created these for flower girls and can be designed for a Bride as well.

 Pomander Bouquet created by: Evelisa Floral & Design

Pomander Bouquet created by: Evelisa Floral & Design

Which bouquet do you love or best represents you? And if you don’t know we can definitely help you out just click here

Elopement in Central Park

 Photography: Dream Pictures NY, Florals: Evelisa Floral & Design, Location: Central Park NYC

Photography: Dream Pictures NY, Florals: Evelisa Floral & Design, Location: Central Park NYC

Hello!

Hope everyone had a great Valentine's Day, any reason to celebrate LOVE sounds great to me. During this time alot of couples get engaged.  It's the beginning of a new adventure. I've heard from couples who are together for a long time that it even feels different once they get engage. Alot of emotions are felt during this time.

Today I would like to share this couple's Elopement photoshoot which was photographed by the talented Dream Pictures NY. We provided the Bride's bouquet and Groom's boutonniere. This couple wanted to celebrate their love in Central Park. I just love how the red pops in these photos. The color red really bring love and romance to this love story. In New York City Winter tends to be a little depressing with all the greys but this photoshoot shouts "Love is in the air at NYC". !

If you have recently became engaged and ready to plan the big day Contact us today. We love celebrating love and providing unique floral designs & decor. 

 

  

 Photography: Dream Pictures NY, Florals: Evelisa Floral & Design, Location: Central Park NYC

Photography: Dream Pictures NY, Florals: Evelisa Floral & Design, Location: Central Park NYC

 Photography: Dream Pictures NY, Florals: Evelisa Floral & Design, Location: Central Park NYC

Photography: Dream Pictures NY, Florals: Evelisa Floral & Design, Location: Central Park NYC

 Photography: Dream Pictures NY, Florals: Evelisa Floral & Design, Location: Central Park NYC

Photography: Dream Pictures NY, Florals: Evelisa Floral & Design, Location: Central Park NYC

Let us help you design that special day click here :)

2018 Pantone's color of the Year

HELLO

So excited with Pantone's choice of 2018 color of the year. Here we love anything purple, lavender or Violet. Honestly we love all colors lol it would be very boring if there was only 2 colors. But this color has a special place in our hearts. We've worked with several couples who feel the same way.  

I've looked up what Violet represents in the wonderful world of the internet and there were so many meanings. There is a flowering plant name violet which has cultural/ religious connotations. The Violet plant has a great meaning in Christianity, Roman/ Greek, Renaissance and they make are mentioned in Shakespeare. I've also read that the color Violet represents "Innocence, Abundance, True Love" but purple also represents royalty and power. I guess that's why the color Violet has such meaning. 

 Violets, Violets, Violets

Violets, Violets, Violets

Here are some displays of "Violet" that we've created. Check them out and tell us what you think:) 

 Bride's Bouquet

Bride's Bouquet

 Overall view of Reception. The violet light gives this room and florals life. We teamed up with  Bjorn & Company  for this special event.

Overall view of Reception. The violet light gives this room and florals life. We teamed up with Bjorn & Company for this special event.

 Sweetheart table design we created.

Sweetheart table design we created.

What do you think of Violet? Would you be using the Pantone's color of the year? 

Not sure how or what you want for that special day Contact us and we can help :)