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Floral wedding inspo with colors and only french spring flowers

Color has always been part of our DNA in our floral design for weddings, because we wanted to prove that it is totally possible to get married in something other than pastel pink, gypsophila and oliver leaves. Seeing two years after our “100% local spring flowers” ​​inspiration shoot that "colors vibe" is FINALLY assimilated and even recognized as the “new” trend in floral decoration, is a very good new for us! FINALLY we will be able to juggle our multicolored flowers like for this arch.

For this project, we wanted to create a hanging garden, with a round, airy table and its two swings as seating for the bride and groom. The flowered arch which overlooks them like a rainbow is entirely flowered in monochrome masses of local and therefore seasonal varieties. A way to prove that you can find a pretty range of flowers without having them come from very far away, especially when you are organizing a wedding in the south of France in spring!

For the bridal bouquet, we swapped the wild compositions we are used to for a sublime bunch of giant tulips, cascading down into the arms of our sublime model. Proof that a single variety can make a difference. An idea for an economical bridal bouquet, the trend confirmed again this year.

If you are looking for a wedding florist in Montpellier or its surroundings, contact us!

Shooting team

Bride Flo Fizaine

Photographer Anaïs Armand Pétrier

Location Château la Mogère

Papeterie Cléo Lebrun

Amandine Grimm dress

Makeup Yann Baret

Hairdressing Audrey Allegret

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