Summer means beautiful wedding florals! We love big floral designs in our weddings because of the natural beauty and mesmerizing colors. What’s trending in The Palmetto State?

Succulents Wedding Florals Bridal Bouquet

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These versatile little plants can be used in so many ways! Adorn your bouquet with these soft touches of southern greenery. We love seeing a mix of bright florals with touches of succulents scattered throughout wedding centerpieces and accent arrangements. The best part about succulents in wedding décor is they can be used solo or bunched together. Succulents truly evoke a beachy wedding vibe and we predict they will be a staple in 2019!

peonies bridal bouquet wedding florals

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How can you go wrong with a bright, bold arrangement of peonies? To make a statement, peonies are a classic wedding flower that fills bouquets and arrangements alike. What we love about peonies is their soft hues and big size. Only a couple of these beautiful flowers are needed and come in the most perfect pink and cream shades.


carnations bridal bouquet wedding florals

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These small flowers come in a variety of colors and are always in season. They are often a more affordable floral choice and can used to amplify the color scheme of your wedding florals. We look to include carnations for bright pops of color on a budget. When you want your wedding decked to the nines with flowers but may not have the same price tag. Carnations are timeless wedding flowers that are simply beautiful in the Summer!


We associate weddings with stunning Iris arrangements! Iris are those perfectly romantic flowers that just shine in a bride’s bouquet. Paired with eucalyptus and other greenery, the blue and purple hued iris create a soft bouquet that pairs with almost any theme. The white colored Iris blossoms are perfect for pairing with bigger florals to soften the look.

lavender bridal bouquet wedding florals

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This always-in-season flower is everything we love for Pantone’s Color of the Year Ultra Violet. If you are taking advantage of this year’s color as much as we are, you have to include some Lavender in your big day. Lavender sprigs offer dimension to your arrangements. They can be used as accent pieces or full, fresh scented centerpieces and bouquets for a breezy outdoor wedding.


Of course, these are just a couple of our favorite flowers, and what we see trending this summer. These timeless choices exude a soft aesthetic and match almost any décor. Try pairing two of these flowers for your wedding floral arrangements or bouquets for your wedding this summer in South Carolina!