Popular Wedding Flowers

By: Colleen Lennehan


With thousands of flowers growing all over the world it may seem hard to pick a handful of favorites, but when it comes to weddings, some blooms are chosen over and over again.

Many brides already have their “must have” flower list in mind before they slide their engagement ring on, while others need time to decide what blooms will go into their bridal bouquet.

We’ve created a list of 15 flowers that have been steadily popular over the past year. Terri designed each of these floral creations within the past few years and we gathered them all because they highlight one of the most used flowers by brides and grooms!

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Full List of the 15 Popular Wedding Flowers:

We’ve added in a price estimate for each as well, from one dollar symbolizing it’s on the cheaper side, to three, which means they are up there in price!

  1. Peony $$$
  2. Garden Rose $$$
  3. Rose $$
  4. Hydrangea $$
  5. Spray Rose $$
  6. Ranunculus $$$
  7. Succulent $$$
  8. Astilbe $$$
  9. Calla Lily $$
  10. Eucalyptus $
  11. Protea $$$
  12. Orchid $$$
  13. Baby’s Breath $
  14. Chocolate Queen Anne’s Lace $$
  15. Anemone $$$

 

Photos have been credited to their specific photographers!

Real Wedding: Joey and Lisa

By: Colleen Lennehan


On September 3rd, 2016 Joey Corning and Lisa Mitus said “I do” on a beautiful afternoon in Boston, Massachusetts.

 

The elegant day began with a first look on the historic city streets, followed by their ceremony at Saint Cecilia Church.

 

Timeless color combinations of dusty greys and rich burgundy’s complimented their city soiree later at the Fairmont Copley Plaza. The bridesmaids bouquets were pieced together with lush and lavish flowers, including: celosia, dahlias, lisianthus, freesia, roses, and Queen Anne’s lace. As for Lisa’s bouquet, Terri used lighter toned flowers so her white anemone’s would be the belle of the ball!

Their venue was nothing short of fabulous, gold desiray bowls held their centerpieces full of velvety colors, while gold mercury votive candles shed some romantic light throughout the evening.

The arrangements were styled with burgundy lilies and ranunculus, celosia, roses, ivy, beargrass, and seeded eucalyptus.

 

Lisa and Joey have been friends of Terri’s for years, and their wedding day vision came to life with elegance and pops of old-time glamour! We hope their life as Mr. and Mrs. Corning is nothing but beautiful!

 

Venue- Fairmont Copley Plaza

Florist- Terri Krisavage

Photography- Person + Killian Photography

 

 

Waterfront Wedding

On June 19th, 2015  longtime friend of mine Adam Chauncey Clemens married Kathy, the love of his life, at the Madison Beach Hotel.

I have worked with Adam for many years, providing flowers for events planned for the Linda Clemens Breast Cancer Foundation, and was thrilled to style and provide arrangements and bouquets for his beach wedding!

Creating the bouquets and centerpieces for Adam and Kathy was an absolute joy.

To match their wedding dreams, we created bouquets that were light, airy, and beachy. Pink peonies, white roses, and blue hydrangeas were all added in to highlight the sweetness of summer by the sea.

Their photographer, Danny Kash, captured every moment of their day. Danny is easily one of the best photographers in Connecticut, who never fails to impress his clients and viewers.

We loved working with this fabulous couple over the summer and hope their beach inspired wedding sparks some ideas for you!

 

 

 

For more photos, ideas, and wedding flowers, check out the links below!

Venue- Madison Beach Hotel

Photography- Danny Kash Photography

Florist- Terri Krisavage Weddings and Events