Why does a bride carry flowers? Most experts agree the custom began in ancient Greece, where brides carried bouquets made of spices and herbs…even garlic! The strong scent emitting from these bouquets was said to ward off evil spirits that could curse the newlyweds. However, these days our brides prefer a much sweeter smelling bouquet and can choose the flowers they love for their special day. Your bouquet can be created and purchased easily once you arrive in Florida, or if you have silk flowers it can be arranged at home. This couple had a St. Augustine beach wedding and chose a teal theme for their Nautical Knot wedding package.
A beautiful summer bouquet with pastel colors was perfect for this Destin beach bride. It matched the color of the Gulf beach water.
What better place for sunflowers than a Florida beach? Perfect for a Rustic Romance wedding on one of Daytona Beach’s Atlantic coast venues.
This Miami Beach bride chose beautiful lavender roses to compliment her entire wedding theme of pink and purple. Totally gorgeous!
More lilies at this perfectly peaceful Palm Coast wedding by the Atlantic sea. Neutral colors are always beautiful at a beach wedding.
This large, round yellow bouquet compliments the bride’s gorgeous red hair and soft ivory gown at her Cocoa Beach Wedding with our Natural Distinctive Design package. See more of her wedding photos here.
Coral flowers go with a sunset at Ponce Inlet Beach on the walkway. This wedding picture is complete with the bridal bouquet for this seaside ceremony.