Every bride wants her wedding to be filled with stunning floral arrangements, but there is no need to break the bank to get jaw-dropping bouquets and centerpieces. I encourage my clients to keep their wedding flowers simple and inventive. Using no more than 3 or 4 different types of flowers for each arrangement is an easy way to keep your costs low and make the overall impact of your florals simply stunning!

Single bloom

Large peony bloom cocktail table centerpiece – Martha Stewart Weddings

Pink rose blooms in glass bulb vases are perfect for cocktail tables or grouped in clusters for a greater impact as a centerpiece – Brides

This table decor is the definition of simple elegance. I can’t get enough of these gorgeous coral peonies – Martha Stewart Weddings

Beautiful dahlia blooms in vintage silver service wear – Brides

This large peony blossom bouquet is a show-stopper – Martha Stewart Weddings

Wild Flowers & Baby’s Breath

Combining clusters of baby’s breath and Gerber daisies is a playful and fun centerpiece idea – Style Me Pretty

This wildflower bridal bouquet is so effortless and chic – Wedding Chicks

Adorable lavender pew ties – Style Me Pretty

Gorgeous and ethereal baby’s breath centerpieces – Lavender & Ash

Rustic-chic wildflower centerpiece – Martha Stewart Weddings

Stunning and ethereal aisle decor – The Knot

Submerged Blossoms

Elegant submerged calla lilies are a simple way to compliment a luxe wedding – Her

Modern-inspired calla lily arrangement – Afloral

Brightly colored submerged orchids with floating candles make the perfect aisle or altar arrangements – Project Wedding