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Carnation and Godetia Wedding Flowers

When we saw this wedding bouquet from DeFiore Photography and Hana Style Designs, we just knew we had to share it. Carnations are often left aside in lieus of more glamorous bloms, but this fluffy bouquet make is proof carnations can have a space in the stylish scene too – like in this post we shared a few days ago. Read on for more inspiration behind this lovely greenhouse shoot:


carnation and godetia blue coral wedding flowers bouquet from defiore photography

From the photographer, Danielle: As spring looms, I tend to think about blooming flowers, feminine essence and the return of light. In fact, spring was the inspirations for my recent shoot at Bath Gardens with Brittany from Hanna Style Designs and Keegan Steele from Steele the Spotlight. It was so much fun playing with light, color and fresh combinations right before the spring wedding season! The ivories, light peaches and coral colors add a great backdrop that helps the navy pop, providing amazing detail to a simple bouquet while keeping it fresh, light and naturally feminine. Carnations, although an uncommon wedding flower choice, really offers a delicate softness to the arrangement and gives it a rustic feel.

carnation and godetia wedding flowers bouquet from defiore photographycarnation and godetia wedding flowers bouquet from defiore photography

carnation and godetia wedding flowers bouquet from defiore photography

carnation and godetia wedding flowers bouquet from defiore photographycarnation and godetia wedding flowers bouquet from defiore photography

Flower used in these arrangements:
1. Godetia
2. Carnations
3. Hypericum
4. Seeded Eucalyptus


carnation and godetia wedding flowers bouquet from defiore photography

carnation and godetia wedding flowers bouquet from defiore photography


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Wedding Vendors (Colorado):

Photographer: DeFiore Photography / Wedding Flowers: Hana Style Designs / Makeup: Keegan Steele of Steele the Spotlight

12 Comments on Carnation and Godetia Wedding Flowers

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  • 1

    Im using carnations in for my bridesmaids bouquets – all white, really full bouquets! I think carnations definitely deserve a place in wedding flowers – inexpensive, beautiful and full!

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  • 2

    Thanks SO much for the lovely feature!

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  • 3

    Thank you for posting the names of the flowers. doing my own flowers and knowing the names is so helpful when I go to the flower mart!!

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  • 4
    Brit {Colure Weddings} on March 9, 2012 at 3:47 pm

    Loving the color combo, and the lace fabric in the bouquet is such a great touch!

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  • 5

    I’m a huge fan of carnations tightly bunched with no greenery. I’ve never considered mixing them with other flowers & elements like lace- LOVE!!!!!

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  • 6

    Gorgeous! Love this feature – carnations sometimes get a bad wrap, and look how beautiful they are here! Love!

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  • 7

    I love the orange flowers and agree that the carnations are just gorgeous!

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  • 8
    Patrice @ Wedding Ideas Now on March 11, 2012 at 1:56 pm

    I agree! These carnations are amazingly stylish. I hope this inspires more brides to get more creative with flower choices. Thanks for providing their names, it helps demystify them and gives brides a better chance at replicating the bouquet.

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  • 9

    Those are some of the prettiest wedding flowers I have ever seen! I love the combination of light pink and navy.

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  • 10

    Thank you, thank you for showing off how nice carnations can be!! I decided to incorporate them into my wedding floral scheme and in my test runs of the arrangements have found them to add awesome fullness and texture. Affordable, a range of colors, and elegant – carnations really shouldn’t get such a bad rap!

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  • 11
    Carolyn (flowerfinderuk) on March 12, 2012 at 9:12 am

    I love the combination of colours, these look absolutely lovely and stunning. Thanks for sharing.

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  • 12

    Carnations definitely deserve their chance in the spotlight, there shouldn’t be a stigma surrounding them because of their affordability. I absolutely love the color combination and the pop of the navy against the blush of the ruffled carnations. I’d love to see more bridal bouquets take advantage of the versatility of carnations.

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