Utah Bride and Groom

Peachy Keen: Springtime Florals for Your Bridal Shoot

Just in time for the warm front coming in, Azalea Flower Co. and a team of brilliant vendors created a bright and uplifting styled shoot to ring in Spring in style. Drawing inspiration from those ever-bridal-worthy peachy hues that are peeking through in blossoms throughout the state, the team captured the freshness of a life-giving greenhouse and the delicate femininity of spring blossoms flawlessly in one fell swoop.
“The first thing I put in the vase was the peach and then built the florals around it,” says florist Heidi Ostergaard. “I love that peaches have so many different hues of pinks as well as lighter shades of orange and a touch of yellow. I thought they were the perfect inspiration based on the variety of color alone.”
Heidi of Azalea Flower Company chose the perfect location, placing their models (the darling Miss Utah County herself, Ansley Vasquez, we might add!) among fresh heather greens for a simple, chic shoot to inspire springtime brides and floral fiends alike. The arrangements are bursting with garden roses, essential spring tulips, and texture from delicate Japanese Andromeda and hanging amaranthus. Throw it all on a modern-chic hoop arrangement, and you have florals fit for any pink-loving bride.

 

 

 

VENDORS

Florist: @Azaleaflowerco

Invitations: @Jessallredcreative

Venue: @highlandgardens

Photographer: Clarity Lane (@Clarity.lane)

HMUA: @AnsleyFun

Dress: @Hannahsclosetdresses, @Sherryhill

Décor: @Urban_Blush_Events

Models: @ansleyfun, @tylerv007

Megan Bartholomew
Megan Hulse Bartholomew is the web editor for Utah Bride & Groom and Utah Style & Design magazines. She recently graduated from the University of Utah with degrees in English and Journalism, and is currently trying to catch up on 5+ years of pleasure reading.

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