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Bouquet Breakdown: Pops of Punch!

written by Marina Strong August 16, 2013

I found today’s bouquet on such a cute blog! Steven Bruce Designs is a Husband and Wife floral and event design team based in the Hudson Valley, near New York City. “We find inspiration in both the calming, beauty of the Valley and the energy and vitality of the City. That is why our motto is A little uptown, a Little Downtown, a Little All Around.

I am in love with this bouquet…I may have a slight obsession with pale/neutral bouquets with pops of color and texture, and this bouquet has just that! Thanks to Marek Moroz Photography, we can take a look…

MOH Bouquet with Pops of Color and Texture!

MOH Bouquet with Pops of Color and Texture!


Now for the Breakdown!

Breakdown of MOH Bouquet with Pops of Color and Texture!

Breakdown of MOH Bouquet with Pops of Color and Texture!

This Breakdown includes the following flowers: Lady’s Mantle, Star of Bethlehem, White Dahlia, White Freesia, White Astilbe, Pale Yellow Stock, Raspberry Godetia, Peachy Pink Garden Rose, and Pink Lisianthus with Buds (I love lisianthus buds for texture!!).

Need a Bouquet Breakdown? Just comment below with a link to the image and I will do my best! 🙂



Stephanie August 25, 2013 at 9:51 pm Reply
Stephanie August 23, 2013 at 11:03 am


These colors are gorgeous, and exactly what I’m looking for. This site actually lists the flowers used in the arrangement, but I was wondering if you could tell me if any of them (or similar counterparts) would be available for a November 2nd wedding? Thank you!!!

marina August 29, 2013 at 11:49 am

Hi Stephanie! Gorgeous! Peonies could be available, but we won’t know what varieties until a bit closer to the event date. Garden Roses however can create the same look and are available year round! Same with the Ranunculus and Tulips, we have a great selection year round! We have a wedding flower planner of staff and we are here to help, so call us at 1-877-507-6737 if you have any other questions!


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