Fantastic Wedding Florals for the Design Obsessed Bride

Designing the perfect floral details for your wedding day is one of the most exciting aspects of planning your day. The florals that will accompany you down the aisle, adorn your sweetheart table, and line your ceremony seats are always so amazing, and creating your perfect color palette is a choice task for the design-loving bride!

At Bilski Productions, we know how hard you work to arrange the perfect color scheme for your day, and what better reflection of that element than your florals! We are flower obsessed, and always pour over your choices of type, color, and arrangement.

When creating your custom video, we love incorporating your floral elements in unique and creative ways, like placing your bouquet out of focus behind your rings to bring a pop of color, or setting up your invitation in front of your centerpieces. The options are endless!

Take a look back at how some of our #bilskibrides arranged their bridal bouquets and get some stunning inspiration!


kelli-and-patrick-florals-copyKelli and Patrick’s Wedding at the Watermill

Kelli’s bouquet left us absolutely speechless. We loved the different varieties of full bloom roses and the berries peppered in with subtle greenery. Overall, this bouquet was the perfect summer staple for their stunning outdoor wedding.

Photography | Anchor and Lace
DJ | In the Mood
Venue | The Watermill


andrea-and-sean-copyAndrea and Sean’s Wedding at Giorgio’s

Andrea and Sean’s winter wedding was utterly breathtaking, especially once the snow started to fall. We love that Andrea chose to stay neutral and simple, and it was the perfect pop against Sean’s grey suit. Absolutely beautiful!

Photography | Harley Hall Photography
DJ | Barattini Productions
Venue | Giorgio’s 


danielle-and-nicholas-copyDanielle and Nicholas’ Wedding at The Carltun at Eisenhower Park

Danielle and Nicholas’ wedding was filled with gorgeous floral details, from their ceremony site to their bridal party table at the reception. Perhaps most breath taking of all was Danielle’s white and green bouquet, and how beautifully full it was! Such a Pinterest worthy bridal bouquet!

Photography | Michelle Lange Photography
Music | Bravera Entertainment
Planning | Gilded Lily Events
Venue | The Carltun


jaime-and-patrick-copyJaime and Patrick’s Wedding at Larkfield

Jaime’s crystal-crusted bouquet was such a gorgeous addition to her bridal look! Her dark hair and embellished dress made this white and pale rose bouquet stand out, and we love all the little jewels along the center of the roses! Super glam but also super simple!

Photography | Memento Imaging
Venue | Larkfield


anna-and-brandon-copyAnna and Brandon’s Wedding at The Chateau Briand

Anna and Brandon’s beautiful day was filled with outrageous pops of color – from the ceremony lanterns to the bridesmaid dresses. But Anna’s bouquet? Now that was a sight to see! Her dark florals mixed with natural greenery and pale pink roses was the perfect compliment to her bright white gown. We are still obsessing!

DJ | Body Rock Entertainment
Venue | Chateau Briand


lauren-and-kevinLauren and Kevin’s Wedding at The Vineyard Caterers

Lauren and Kevin’s gorgeous wedding was one for the books! The pink and crystal tones throughout the day made for a beautiful color palette, and Lauren’s bouquet was an amazing addition! Her super full pink rose florals is something we still dream about – it’s unreal!

Photography | Diana Lee Photography
DJ | Barattini Productions 
Venue | The Vineyard Caterers


kerry-and-brian-copyKerry and Brian’s Wedding at Fox Hollow

One word for Kerry’s bouquet comes to mind: WOW. This gorgeous arrangement of roses, succulents, lambs ears, and smaller, more free flowing flowers was utterly jaw dropping, and we can’t believe how beautifully it translated on film. Kerry, you definitely take the gold for this stunning bouquet!

Photography | Lighthouse Photography
DJ | LI Nights Entertainment
Venue | The Fox Hollow


Tell us your favorite florals in the comments!

xoxoBilski Productions

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