As 2015 is coming to a close, I'm looking back at some of my favorite rustic burlap wedding bouquets of the year. After some time off for the holidays, I am ready and excited to get back into wedding season!
The white burlap, lace and feather bouquet is always a favorite of mine and yours too it seems, as there have been many request to duplicate this bridal bouquet.
The butter yellow and turquoise bride's bouquet with lots of vintage lace, doilies, pearls and rhinestones, was requested after the bride to be saw a similar bouquet in pink and white.
There were several variations of the red, white and blue bouquets and I liked this picture with the boots and vintage wedding dress.
I love sunflowers and this set of bridesmaid bouquets! A single sunflower was surrounded by tan burlap roses, accented with pearls and tufts of lace.
The navy burlap bouquet was a very popular choice in my etsy shop
this year and one was shipped to Italy!
I love the neutral burlap colors and this bouquet with cotton in it.
I tend to personally like the neutral colors or just a splash of color and that seems to be the way I dress as well. I can throw on a turquoise necklace and earrings and match almost everything in my closet! The jade (or light turquoise) burlap was a popular choice for weddings this year and I'm convinced turquoise can be paired with almost any color!
This jade bridal bouquet had lots of bling in it and the photo albums made great wedding gifts.
The blush pink burlap roses were substituted for the brown ones in this variation of the above bouquet.
Another variation with jade, was the sola flower bouquet. The bride chose the turquoise, tan and cream flowers, while the bridesmaid bouquets had brown burlap roses.
Of course I had to include this bouquet in my favorites, because it traveled all the way to Australia! Vintage book pages were tucked among the flowers and lace.
Bahama turquoise and plum are the brides colors for this 2016 wedding. The hanging flowers balls took lots more time to create than I expected, but I loved how they turned out! They are building a pergola and these will be hanging from it, to create the backdrop for the wedding ceremony.
Sabrina's wedding bouquet (their wedding was recently featured) was something different and one of my favorites. I plan to include more of this style in my shop
in the coming year. I did another wedding that was very similar to this one, although the handle of the bouquet holder was covered in rhinestones.
This was a rush order over the summer and the black roses created a pop against the jade and natural colors. (Rush orders are available, so if you are worried about the time frame, please send me a message and I'll try my best to accommodate your needs!)
Coral and navy were both popular colors and here the two colors are paired together.
I photographed these camo and orange bouquets out by our creek and can just imagine the woodsy outdoor look of the wedding, the bride and groom were planning.
I like to call this bouquet the "Rhinestone Cowgirl." What cowgirl doesn't like turquoise, rhinestones and feathers?!? Of course any color combination can be used to create a similar bouquet.
Red roses are always a romantic touch and sign of love, wouldn't you say?
During the spring, lavender was a popular wedding color.
I love the neutral colors and how they can be used with almost any wedding color combinations or work with a wide variety of bridesmaid dress colors. No fear of the colors clashing and it takes on a very rustic, vintage feel.
Of course, this turquoise burlap bouquet is hands down one of my customer favorites and mine too!
Rustic Americana bouquet with pip berries was another take on the red, white and blue wedding flowers, using a vintage maroon and navy burlap.
Everyone in this wedding party was going to wear pink converse shoes and carry pink, red, tan and white burlap and feather bouquets! A winery was going to be the location for the event.
Sunflowers and burlap are always a favorite when paired with lace and pearls, perfect for the vintage farm wedding!
Gold toned brooches and ivory lace made this rustic bouquet a bit glamorous and had a very vintage look.
I remember there being snow on the ground when I was ready to take the pictures of this lavender and purple order, so I used my dress form to stage my pictures in the camper.
Out of all the color combinations, which is your favorite? I can't seemed to narrow it down very easily!
It has been a pleasure working with so many wonderful brides this year and I can't wait to see what 2016 has to offer! I would be happy to create something for your wedding or events in the coming year. With almost 40 colors of burlap in stock, I can create custom bouquets, boutonnieres and corsages to match many color schemes. You can contact me through my etsy shop
or email me for more information or to place a custom order. If there's something you have in mind, but don't see it, please ask! I would be happy to help bring your vision to life and create your dream wedding bouquet!