We cannot express how exciting it is to partner with the most talented photographer’s, stylists, designers, and vendors to create beautiful bridal session styled shoots like this! We greatly esteem stylist Mandy Forlenza Sticos in her ability to pull together the most beautiful bridal inspiration in the wedding market. Kate Ignatowski has become another very esteemed and highly published wedding photographer, I mean you see her photos all over the wedding industry!
This specific styled shoot got published on Style Me Pretty so make sure to go take a look at more fabulous-ness!
In this shoot the flowers feature include red peonies, light pink ohara garden roses, red astilbe, hypericum, red hanging amaranthus, and silver dollar eucalyptus.
The cutest part of this inspired shoot is that the model is a real bride! Kate Ignatowski decided to have one of her real life brides dress up and be the model for this shoot! Can you imagine?! How much fun is that?! Just some more proof that these vendors are more than just talented, they are good people. If you are looking for vendors for your wedding we highly recommend any of the below vendors, they are truly the best.
Photography: Kate Ignatowski | Styling: Mandy Forlenza Sticos | Flowers: Blooms By The Box | Wedding Dress: Jenny Yoo | Makeup Artist: Anny Chow | Calligraphy: Fleur De Letters | Hair Styling: Andy Tseng | Veil: Sara Gabriel | Venue: Park
If you have yet to see pictures from Emily Maynard and Tyler Johnson’s wedding, you need to click this link so fast and check it out! The full wedding feature on Style Me Pretty gives all the gorgeous details of this amazing wedding.
Aside from the beautiful bride and groom and their intimate ceremony that left us in tears, we are also drooling over the color scheme and floral arrangements.
Emily Maynard’s wedding flowers perfectly depicted a blush pink and ivory wedding color scheme. The touches of bronze/gold throughout Tyler Johnson’s family farm only added to the beautiful theme.
Here is the flower break down:
This gorgeous bouquet appears to just use white peonies. The peonies really speak for themselves, leaving no reason to add extra flowers, filler, or greens. The ones in the photo are really bloomed, giving a fluffy and full texture.
To make this bouquet yourself you would need:
1 bunch Peony White
It truly is an easy process to make a DIY wedding bouquet. For a simple, yet stunning, bouquet like this, it is just a matter of arranging the peonies together and wrapping the stems.
Use this link to our blog post on How to Make a DIY Peony Bouquet.
These are the perfect blush pink and ivory centerpieces. The shorter vases make them ideal for table arrangements and their elegance is undeniable.
To make a similar centerpiece you would need:
Greenery (Try Seeded Eucalyptus)
Making this centerpiece would just be a matter of pruning the stems of your flowers to a desired length for your vase. If your vases are not clear, use floral foam. Check out this centerpiece tutorial on how to do so.
Other flower arrangements
Using the same technique as the above centerpieces, but different flowers and vases, will give you arrangements similar to these two.
Flowers in both of these arrangements include: pink peonies, white peonies, garden roses, and standard roses.
Be sure to check out the rest of Emily Maynard’s wedding flowers and all the other details of this dreamy wedding here!
Let us know when you pick up your jaw off the floor.
We love working with stylists, designers, and photographers to provide flowers for the styled inspiration shoots. Bridal shower flower inspiration is not hard to come by, but the right look for you is. It is very important for brides to get inspiration and to find ideas from a vision that is put into reality. Recently we collaborated with Mandy Forlenza Sticos of Little Vintage Rentals on a modern tea party inspired bridal shower. If you are looking for vintage furniture and rentals for your upcoming wedding or event in the NY tri-state area you HAVE to check them out. The photographer, Fiona Medler, is truly incredible. Go to her website and look at her work, you won’t regret it!
We are so excited to show you this beautiful bridal shower flower inspiration. If you would like to replicate this look you should order the following wholesale flowers from BloomsByTheBox: Rose Esperance 60cm, mini calla lily pink, white lisianthus, lemon papoose, and variegated pittosporum!
And don’t forget to check out the WHOLE album of Wedding Chicks!
So you’re skeptical about ordering your DIY flowers online? You’re not alone! Since we began shipping wholesale flowers and supplies nearly a decade ago, we have fielded questions from all over the world about ordering, shipping and caring for fresh cut flowers. We’ve put together the top 5 doubts about ordering wholesale flowers online to show you how our practiced and proven order and shipping process makes BloomsByTheBox.com the most worry-free, budget-friendly way to get your fresh DIY flowers delivered right to your door!
1. I think the flowers will get smashed or damaged during shipment.
I don’t see how flowers can survive out of water! What if the weather is really hot or too cold?
It certainly makes sense to have doubts about shipping something as delicate as fresh cut flowers. The Blooms warehouse crew has an established formula for packing each box with extreme care: The bunches of flowers, fillers, and greens are carefully placed on top of a foam liner, which sits inside a bubble-wrapped aluminum sleeve. Once sealed, the aluminum sleeve will fully enclose the flowers to keep them from shifting within the box. Ice packs are inserted inside the aluminum sleeve so the flowers do not overheat during transit. Flowers that have a difficult time out of water are packed with water bags at the bottom of their stems. We choose the appropriate size box for the number of flowers being shipped so they are not over-packed (which would mean squished flowers), or not packed enough (which would let them bounce around during shipment.)
Your flowers are packed so that they are securely wrapped in the box in a cool, sealed lining that enables them to travel overnight safely. All flower orders are shipped overnight late in the day on your requested ship date to ensure that your fresh flowers spend the least amount of time in transit. Yes, we pay attention to the weather too! If the weather is hot we upgrade all shipments to arrive for morning delivery. And if it’s really cold, we leave out those ice packs to make sure there are no freeze burns on your flowers.
We take pride in our company and our unique packaging capabilities. Each and every one of our flower packers is professionally trained and truly cares about the successful arrival of the beautiful flowers they work with on a daily basis. We stand by our product and have a very generous refund or reship policy because we are so confident in our shipping process.
2. I don’t know when the flowers should arrive.
When should the ship date be? How long will it take for the flowers to get here? When will they actually be delivered?
Some people completely rule out ordering wholesale flowers online because they think it’s just too complicated to get the flowers with such a sensitive timing window associated with weddings and special events. But it really is simple: First, we recommend placing your order 2-3 weeks prior to the event, but you can place an order before 2pm Monday-Friday for same day shipping with delivery the next day. The ship date is the day the order ships out, and we recommend a ship date of 3 days before the event. All flower orders are shipped Next Day, meaning they will arrive the day after the ship date. Once the order has been shipped, you will be provided with a tracking number where you can check the location and status of your shipment. For example, for a Saturday wedding we recommend selecting a ship date of Wednesday, which means the flowers will arrive on Thursday. Once the delivery arrives, cut the flowers and place them in water. Let them hydrate overnight and then you can arrange on Friday!
3. I have no idea what kind of flowers to order, or how many, and I have no idea how to arrange them.
You may not be a professional, but that’s just fine – we are, and we’re here to help! We have made DIY flowers easy for you. Check out the resources we have provided for you to answer all these questions. Our DIY Flowers 101 has lessons on how to prep, care for, transport, balance, and arrange the flowers. It also includes our useful Bouquet and Arrangement Flower Quantity table, which gives the number of stems you will need for various sized centerpieces, bouquets, mason jars, corsages, and boutonnieres. When it comes to arranging the flowers, our YouTube channel, Pinterest, and website have thousands of tutorials to give you step-by-step DIY flowers assistance. You can also contact us for a free consultation with your inspiration and we will make sure you get the flowers you want in the correct quantities. We can give you quotes, help you find the most cost effective flower options, tell you what flowers are in a bouquet you like, let you know how many bunches you will need to complete your arrangements, and answer any other questions you have!
4. I can’t buy wholesale flowers online without a resale license.
That doesn’t matter to us! All products on our site are available for delivery to anyone in the continental United States, with or without a license. That’s right, any member of the public can order wholesale flowers at BloomsByTheBox.com!
5. I’ll have to buy a lot more flowers than I need.
People hear “wholesale” and immediately think “large quantities”. Most online wholesale flower companies offer their product in full box quantities, which often forces you to purchase at least 100 stems of the same flower. At Blooms by the Box, we offer our flowers, fillers, and greenery by the bunch or even by the stem. Bunches typically include 5-10 stems, depending on the variety, and most products include price breaks for multiple bunches. You can get a lot more flower variety and order the perfect quantities for your specific needs while still getting the right prices.
So, you can see, ordering wholesale flowers isn’t so scary after all! In fact, it’s a great way to have your dream wedding or event flowers while you stick to your budget! In fact, many, many of our customers rave about the fun they have spending time with family and friends creating the bouquets and arrangements together.
If you still have doubts about ordering wholesale flowers online, call us! Our Blooms staff can walk you through every aspect of planning, ordering and preparing your fresh cut wholesale flowers today!
That’s right! Anytime you place a wholesale flower order with BloomsByTheBox in September 2014 containing a Wildflower Pack you can redeem 25 FREE 50cm Roses! They will be added to the current order and shipped with your wildflowers. You can pick the rose color and everything!
Here are the details:
To add 25 free 50cm roses to your Wildflower Pack order, just forward your order acknowledgement to email@example.com at least two (2) days before your requested ship date.*Be sure to select a color preference from our In-Stock Rose options and include it in your email!
Offer limited to 25 free roses per customer. Free roses must be shipped with associated order and cannot be shipped separately. Only valid on orders received from Sep 1- Sep 30, 2014 that include at least one Wildflower Pack. No other flowers may be substituted for free 50cm roses.Rose color based on availabilityon date of shipment and is subject to substitution.
* If order is placed within 2 days of ship date, call 1-855-BUY BLOOMS to redeem your free rose offer.
Not only is this flower arrangement tutorial easy, but it is also inexpensive. Flower arrangements like this are perfect for casual weddings, baby showers, bridal showers, house parties, backyard barbecues, church functions, etc.
All you need for this easy flower arrangement is:
- A bucket of water
- Floral foam (We used an OASIS® Floral Foam Brick)
- A small can/jar (We used $1 mini tin buckets from Target)
- Flowers (We used a few stems of mini carnations, monte casino asters, spray roses, and solidago)
Prepare your flowers. Remove the bottoms leaves from the stems and cut the desired height at a 45 degree angle.
Use the scissors to cut the brick into a flattened cone shape that will fit in the bottom of your can/jar. It is easiest to start by cutting a square that is as long as the diameter of the can and then cutting the bottom corners of the square and shaving off some of the sides until the foam fits in the bottom.
Gently drop the cut foam into the bucket of water. It will float at the top. DO NOT push the foam to the bottom of the bucket. Allow the foam to fill with water and sink itself.
After the foam is fully submerged in the bucket of water, take it out and put it in your can/jar.
Now begin to arrange the first layer of flowers. It is helpful to start at the center, using the taller of the pruned flowers.
Add on a second layer of flowers, surrounding the first layer. Try to make sure each area has a good mix of all the different colored flowers.
Then use the remainder of the flowers to fill in all the gaps and open areas until the desired fullness is reached, making sure that each side of the arrangements is balanced in terms of color and size.
Done! How easy was that?!
In this easy flower arrangement tutorial, we only used about 10 stems in this arrangement. So with 1 bunch of each flower, we could make 5-6 of these arrangements! Need to make a lot of small beautiful arrangements? Check out our DIY Event Flower packs and our wildflower packs. One pack can make up to 30 of these arrangements!