Four Floral Design Round-ups
 

We visit four fabulous Santa Barbara Wedding Style A-list floral designers, each showing us their personal touches and visual composition for a wedding they designed.  We love seeing the couples' personalities intertwine with the florists' creative cohesiveness in the various flower details decorating each celebration below.

Above, Cody Floral Design creates a gorgeous slightly pink bridal bouquet with peonies and dusty millers. The Groom's boutonniere also inherits the silver and white, including some fun silver baubles. Finally, a focal point foe an escort card table incorporates the silver and white palate, in a mercury glass vase, adding a pop of hot pink color to the mix, creating a third dimension for the table decor.


Above, Coco Rose Designs showcases a lush, ribbon tied, white bridal bouquet with large floral buds and touches of, well, olive greens for color and dimension. From bouquet to bridesmaid flowers, mother's posies and the flower crown, the "personals" evoke soft and flirty.  What we love about this wedding, is how the men's boutonnieres are quite the opposite, with smaller flowers, very appropriately sized for a boutonniere, and touches of the green olive branches. Finally, the wedding ceremony alter pieces, is not a floral piece, but rather sprays of stalk floral combined with olive branches in an appropriately selected stone urn which compliments the architecture of The Villa at Sunstone.

Images: Elizabeth Messina


This absolutely awesome private estate wedding designed by Ella & Louie oozes with fun and elegant details.  The black and white loosely framed bridal bouquet includes a texture of fun floral.  The cascading branches add an effortless dramatic touch to the bouquet.  A loose, organic garland decorated the table and behind, an elegant chandelier hung over head. Swags of fabric and lush white florals decorated the arbor behind the table. Finally, the place settings are set with soft collection of dinnerware, and a dainty rosemary stem carefully wrapped in a linen napkin.

Wedding Photographer: Kiel Rucker | Wedding Planner & Designer: Ann Johnson Events | More of this wedding HERE


Finally the fun and creative Margaret Joan Florals presents us with refreshing out of the flower field details in her three floral design elements above.  The Bridal bouquet starts with traditional taupe roses, lilies, tulips and hydrangeas, then POW! a pop of Protea induces a fun and celebratory details to the bouquet. The grooms boutonniere has a softer, smaller set of fun, as it should, with a fun pop of a small succulent mimicking the star shape of the Proteas. The centerpiece add more greenery and a few Protea flowers, creating a lush look in a footed urn.