Archive for the ‘Vancouver WA Wedding flowers’ Category
For all the wonderful people in our lives at Flowers Washougal, our heart goes out to you. We appreciate all your love and support throughout the year. We appreciate your patrionage, your support, and your business.
With your request for fabulous flowers…we are able to perform our magic. With the upcoming holiday, we would like to extend our invitation to you. Give us a try, put out your trust, we think you will be pleasantly delighted with our flowers!
Well, August has kicked off…with lots of weddings as well at Flowers Washougal. Vibrant colors, deep purples, some soft pinks and lots of texture. Our brides are all over the board when it comes to trends! One trend is for sure…lots of texture. We call them ‘bits’ which can consist of pods, grasses, ferns, twigs…and so much more. But these ‘bits’ can really make a bouquet sing!
Some of our favs that we recommend to bride’s include poppy pods, echinaecia pods, black eyed susan centers, maidenhair fern, native grasses, billy balls, birch twigs, bark, moss, and scabiosa pods. But there are so many more things that we love to add in…given the freedom.(Our brides generally give us the freedom!) Oh yeah…and our gaurantee? They will be delightfully surprised on their wedding day!
We have been very busy this summer in the heat of wedding season. On point with last year, July has proven to be a very successful month for weddings in the Northwest. Beautiful weather and fabulous floral product definitely helps! Here are a few of our recent weddings. Enjoy the diversity of color and style trends!
A summer breeze. An intimate gathering on the lawn. A soft organic smell is in the air. A collection of people. A melange of things. What a beautiful day for a wedding!
Hali has been one of our favorite brides this year. She really wanted a one of a kind flower experience. The wedding was set with collected wonderment, burlap, vintage tea cups and saucers, gathered containers, and succulents as favors. The flowers included everything from grandma’s garden with many additonal twists. Dahlias, hydrangeas, roses, sweetpeas, lamb’s ear, dusty miller, clematis, queen anne’s lace, euphorbia and so much more.
Her bouquet was designed in a flat european-style with stunningly textural elements and details beyond imagination.