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There’s something about a bouquet that unmistakably whispers “wedding.” After all, there might be many lovely centerpieces and tablescapes in your future, but I’d imagine you won’t have too many opportunities to carry a gorgeous, fragrant handful of flowers around for an entire day! Thus, they deserve to be celebrated. Here are ten of our favorites from 2016.

Hannah’s peach garden rose, ranunculus, and ivy bouquet by Brides & Bouquets (photo by Almond Leaf Studios)

Peyton’s amaryllis, garden rose, and olive branch bouquet by Whimsical Gatherings (photo by Finch Photography)

Courtney’s peony and tulip bouquet by Isn’t She Lovely Florals (photo by Cody Hunter)

Maggie’s peony, stock, spray rose, and lily bouquet by Palette of Petals (photo by Gracie Blue)

Emily’s dahlia, garden rose, hypericum berry, and vine bouquet by Southern Blooms (photo by Jen Fariello)

Katie’s peony, sweet pea, poppy, astilbe, and chamomile bouquet by Holly Heider Chapple (photo by Jodi & Kurt)

Ally’s rose, ranunculus, and dusty miller bouquet by Pine Hills Floral Designs (photo by Kati Mallory)

Katie’s spray rose, peony, tulip, and vine bouquet by Mary McLeod (photo by Lauren Carnes)

Elle’s coral charm peony, ranunculus, and rose bouquet by Maxit Flower Design (photo by Kelli Durham)

Katie’s zinnia, ranunculus, berry, and dahlia bouquet by Southern Blooms (photo by Jillian Michelle)

Holly Heider Chapple is a delightful member of our Blue Ribbon Vendor Directory!

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    For a minute there, the other day, I thought to myself, why is it, again, that we carry bouquets on our wedding days? I’m sure there’s some historical significance, but for me, flowers represent the beauty, hope, and tender nature of a marriage. There are few things more beautiful than a bride on her wedding day, and choosing to carry flowers that, yes, will wilt, means we’re saying we believe in beauty, we believe in extravagant displays of affection, and we believe that not everything in this world needs to be practical. Here are 11 of our most memorable examples from 2015.

    Ashlyn’s rose, hydrangea, peony, Queen Anne’s Lace, and magnolia leaf bouquet by Melissa Kendall (photo by Holland Williams)

    Brittany’s dahlia, astilbe, succulent, and rose bouquet by Holly Heider Chapple (photo by Katelyn James).

    Ellen’s lavender, lilac, pale pink garden roses, blush astilbe, white lisianthus, light blue delphinium, dusty miller, and light pink ranunculus bouquet by Enchanted Florist (photo by Mary Rosenbaum)

    Katie’s sunflower, zinnia, succulent, fiddlehead, and hypericum berry bouquet by Boulevard Flower Gardens (photo by Sarah Der)

    Lina’s peach garden rose, zinnia, spray rose, hydrangea, ranunculus, dusty miller, and seeded eucalyptus bouquet by Riverside Flowers and Events (photo by J. Layne Photography)

    Rebecca’s dahlia, zinnia, rose, berry, and vine bouquet by Nature Composed (photo by Sera Petras)

    Pamela’s dahlia, poppy, peony, garden rose, clematis, and sweet pea bouquet by The Southern Table (photo by Feather & Twine)

    Lauren’s peony, rose, scabiosa, jasmine vine, lambs ear, sweet pea, and baby’s breath bouquet by Legacy Events (photo by Amy Arrington)

    Kristina’s peony, coxcomb, fern, protea, and ranunculus bouquet by Anthology Floristry. (photo by Elaine Palladino)

    Kristan’s coral charm peony and eucalyptus bouquet by Maxit Flower Design (photo by Sarah McKenzie)

    Kristin’s oversize dahlia, garden rose, gardenia, astilbe, and freesia bouquet Palette of Petals by (photo by Shannon Moffit)

    Holly Chapple, Katelyn James, Amy Arrington, Elaine Palladino, and Sarah McKenzie are delightful members of our Blue Ribbon Vendor Directory!

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      From bright and overflowing to elegant and simple, we featured some beautiful flowers this year. Here are a few of the most memorable bouquets!

      Elizabeth’s bouquet of peonies, tree peonies, peach Juliet garden roses, ranunculus, dusty miller, and craspedia pods by Branch Design Studio (photo by Amelia + Dan)

      Becca’s bouquet of eucalyptus, dusty miller, brasilia berries, peach astible, peach roses, and white hydrangeas by Dyson Designs (photo by Britt Croft)

      Lindsay’s bouquet of deep red dinner plate dahlias, coral amaryllis, deep red clematis, Romantic Antik garden roses, Cinnamon garden roses, red astilbe, gold amaranthus, pokeberries, and smokebush foliage by Southern Blooms (photo by Jen Fariello)

      Heather’s single magnolia bouquet by Southern Posies (photo by Caroline Joy)

      Jessica’s bouquet of ivory and blush peonies with dusty miller by The Plantation Florist (photo by Leslie Hollingsworth)

      Sara’s bouquet of garden roses, sweetheart roses, ranunculus, stock, sweet pea, and jasmine vine by Hey Gorgeous Events (photo by Love, The Nelsons)

      Rachel’s bouquet of ranunculus, garden roses, stock, and feverfew by Tulip Blooming Creations (photo by Melissa Schollaert)

      Courtney’s bouquet of peonies, garden roses, lily of the valley, and ranunculus by The Southern Table (photo by Matt and Julie)

      Victoria’s bouquet of garden roses, tweedia, seed pods, and greenery by In Bloom Again (photo by Whitney Neal)

      Laura’s bouquet of garden roses, raspberry clematis, ranunculus, dahlias, smoke bush and maple foliage, and seeded eucalyptus by TULIP (photo by Paige Reaux)

      Leslie Hollingsworth and Hey Gorgeous Events are delightful members of our Blue Ribbon Vendor Directory!

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