French Creek Golf Club Wedding


The wedding flowers reflected the spring season using tulips, ranunculus, hydrangea, peonies and anenomes.

A trend for bridesmaids is using different flowers for each girl,  using complimenting colors. The use of the striped ribbon ties, no pun intended, the looks together.

 The centerpieces chosen were bright tulips and hydrangea in a round bubble bowl.


Using your bridal bouquet for your sweetheart table, is a great way to display them for the reception.  The initals are also a great detail to add.


The sweet little flower girl is carrying a pomander ball of orange ranunculus.  A great alternative to the basket of flowers or pedals.




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Rustic doesn't just mean cowboy boots, hay bails, and farms anymore! Whether you're on the laid-back, country rustic end, or the rustic/shabby/vintage-chic end of the “rustic” spectrum, there's no shortage of tweaks and influences to make this style your own! Here are some of our favorite rustic bouquets and arrangements from recent Blue Moon weddings.
Congratulations Mariah and Benjamin!
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Spring Bulb Basket ($44.95)


Spring Colors ($69.95)


A Dozen Red Roses ($69.95)