Strawberries and Gingham Bouquet Inspiration
Spring is a season that just begs to see bright and fun fabrics, so we were understandably excited to see this cheery gingham bouquet inspiration created by Karin Woodward of Haute Horticulture and shot by Annabella Charles Photography. We’re particularly fond of the hodgepodge of different flowers in varying shades of pink, and not to mention that scrumptious-looking strawberry and whipped cream cake!
All of the above flowers:
Pink: Hydrangea, Sweet Pea, Tulips, Waxflower, Hyacinth, and includes extra Green Hellebore, Pink Jasmine Vine, Double Knock Out Roses (from my garden) in hot pink, and Honeysuckle vine.
From the event stylist, Karin of Haute Horticulture: We took 5 “bridesmaid’s” bouquets different flowers… same colors. We then recycled them and made the “bridal” bouquet. We took Pink Gingham fabric from the local fabric store and tied a giant bow around the bouquet instead of ribbon. The fabric actually holds a big bow much better than ribbon and is super cute. We then made a cute summertime cake with whipped cream and strawberries instead of icing.
View all images from this shoot in the gallery
The Button Hole (Boutonniere) was made from Green Hellebore and Waxflower.
Wedding Vendors (Memphis, TN):
Venue: Private residence / Wedding Photographer: Annabella Charles Photography / Wedding Flowers and Event Designer: Haute Horticulture
The bouquet is so darling. I love the gingham ribbon!
adorable. so fresh and clean feeling
Loooove the deep bright pink and pale blue. Such a fun pairing of colors and still romantic and subtle. Love it!
Wow, this is gorgeous! I’m so impressed
Gorgeous! Love the flowers with gingham, and the floral tablecloths are beautiful.
xoxox. Thank you for the sweet feature.