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Brightly Colored Spring Bouquet Breakdown

written by Thalia February 18, 2017
Brightly Colored Spring Bouquet Breakdown - FiftyFlowers

Each season has a unique element about it that we love! Whether it is the beautiful scenery of the fall leaves changing, or the cozy winter nights by a crackling fire, but there is just something about the spring that makes it extra special! Maybe it’s the significance, it’s a season full of renewal and transformation. Such a cheerful time! While browsing Pinterest, I came across this gorgeous bouquet that would be perfect for a spring (or even summer) wedding. Don’t be afraid to mix pastels with bright, bold colors! Check it out…

Brightly Colored Spring Bouquet Breakdown

Brightly Colored Spring Bouquet Breakdown

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If you decide to recreate this look or come up with a look of your own we would love to see it! Submit a Flower Story with some photos of your creations and we’ll send you a 15% off coupon code that can be applied to any future order–or can be gifted to a friend.

To recreate a similar look, here’s what you would need: David Austin Rose Peach Juliet Garden Rose, Salmon Dahlia Flower (which is not available until June so be sure to check out our Romantic Antique Pink Cabbage Garden Rose for a similar look!), Feverfew Button Matricharia Flower, Naked Seeded Eucalyptus, Light Pink Veronica (such a unique flower that can add dimension to any arrangement), Hot Pink Sunset Heather (which is also seasonal, so Pink Wax Flower could be a good substitute!), Peachy Watermelon Ranunculus Flowers, and Yellow Button Poms (or Billy Balls would be a great substitution!)

 

Love this bouquet? Check out all of our Bouquet Breakdowns on the blog and our Pinterest board! If you’ve found an arrangement that you need broken down to try and recreate yourself, just leave a comment with a link to the image and we will do our best to offer some suggestions!

 

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Celeste Sandridge March 8, 2017 at 3:41 pm

This is so pretty!

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