Country Garden Weddings

Wedding Flowers and Decor by Country Garden Florist ~ Amazing Weddings by Design.

Inspiring Blossoms

Seasonal Blooms in Wedding Flowers

Add summer’s bounty to your flowers and table. Fill urns with large dahlias, deep smokebush foliage and peachy summer garden roses. Mix in summer annuals and ripe berries to all pieces for reflections of the season surrounding you. Green grapes and wild clematis vine can mix in a tangle and spill over vessels on your wedding favor table. Don't be afraid to get wild and embrace the varied and rich textures of foraged flowers for your wedding.

A mix of rose hips, aztec zinnias, hydrangea, dahlias and campanula

A mix of rose hips, aztec zinnias, hydrangea, dahlias and campanula

A wild and unruly arrangement fresh from the garden featuring cosmos, limelight hydrangea, raspberry foliage, zinnias. coral bells and yes, those are cherry tomatoes. 

A wild and unruly arrangement fresh from the garden featuring cosmos, limelight hydrangea, raspberry foliage, zinnias. coral bells and yes, those are cherry tomatoes. 

A blushing bouquet full of garden roses, chocolate cosmos, clematis vine and large fluffy dahlias. While being wild and true to the season, this bouquet still retains an elegant and classical shape.

A blushing bouquet full of garden roses, chocolate cosmos, clematis vine and large fluffy dahlias. While being wild and true to the season, this bouquet still retains an elegant and classical shape.

This medium sized urn arrangement roils with energy as scapes (flower buds of garlic) burst out of the sides. Peonies in deep red hover over small red and white dahlias. Dephinium adds a touch of blue and fruit and okra grace the table.

This medium sized urn arrangement roils with energy as scapes (flower buds of garlic) burst out of the sides. Peonies in deep red hover over small red and white dahlias. Dephinium adds a touch of blue and fruit and okra grace the table.

Artists have always captured the seasonality of plants. While this painting is of some of the first spring blooms- quince and flowering cherry, the colors are true to a later season. The impact of flowering branches at the peak of their season should not be missed.

Artists have always captured the seasonality of plants. While this painting is of some of the first spring blooms- quince and flowering cherry, the colors are true to a later season. The impact of flowering branches at the peak of their season should not be missed.

A large urn can do multiple jobs. Use it during your ceremony and then move it to the reception. This fascinating piece holds your attention with multiple colors of foliage, foxgloves, dahlias and cosmos. 

A large urn can do multiple jobs. Use it during your ceremony and then move it to the reception. This fascinating piece holds your attention with multiple colors of foliage, foxgloves, dahlias and cosmos. 

A small compote filled with the richest colors and textures. Amaranthus drips down the sides of this summer arrangement that looks good enough to eat.

A small compote filled with the richest colors and textures. Amaranthus drips down the sides of this summer arrangement that looks good enough to eat.

All photos are from Pinterest.