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Don’t let the title fool you.  Your wedding does not have to be orange, red and  yellow!  In the fall, there is nothing more gorgeous that a café au lait dahlia!  Dahlias everywhere are the game, and so are gorgeous, fall hydrangea with hybrid color tones of blues, purples and reds.

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Rustic greenery and leaves along with some the best fall garden roses from David Austin are to die for this time of year in bridal bouquets!  Make your appointment today!


Summer is considered to be the most romantic time of the year for floral designs.  Particularly in May and June, the most requested flower from brides is the ever lovely peony (which we love) and beautiful snapdragons!


When it comes to July and August – it’s hot in DC!  So stick with your hearty flowers for these months.  Roses, orchids, snapdragons, interesting types of greenery and plants as well as billy balls are some our faves to work with during the super hot months.

Images: Documentary Associates 


We’re so happy that we could wow our lovely friends at United With Love and inspire this wedding feature today! This wedding was charming, blue and just beautiful! Take a look!

Image: Jennifer Latos Photography 


Spring is one of the easiest times of years to find an abundance of bulb flowers for your wedding. Our favorites to use in March are tulips and anemones! For April, we love spring hydrangea from Holland and ranunculus – they are the most vibrant this time of year!


DC-Wedding-Florist-DC-Wedding-Planner- Spring-Flowers-Floral-Design If you are procrastinating and don’t have your floral designs together for March or April, we still have room!


Your wedding is all about a party to reflect you as a couple, so don’t just put some candles out and some petals to save money.  There are so many ways to make simple elements, like candles, interesting and fun. Do you use candles and petals in your home?  For a fall wedding, what about mixing candles with apples?  Can you use candles and rubber duckies for your tables an inside joke for your guests to figure out? (We borrowed that one from one of our real couples!) Don’t hesitate to shake things up and put your own fresh spin on old wedding classics.

Don’t just opt for table numbers on an ugly metal stand.  You can name your tables or number them with something like these wood number carvings.

Think outside of the box when it comes to your table decor!

Image: Jessica Latos