Bouquet Recipe | Ranunculus and Wheat Grass

Located within the heart of Chicago IL’s West Loop & Fulton Market district, Natural Beauties Floral has quickly become one of Chicagoland’s most respected and sought after wedding florists. Lucky for you, they have shared a fall inspired bouquet recipe. Peach and green tones come together in this elegant bouquet that would accent any bride beautifully.

Recipe:
white ranunculus (10 stems)
apricot mini callas (10 stems)
peach girlie frolies spray roses (10 stems)
ivory vendela roses (5 stems)
dusty miller (1 bundle)
green scabiosa (12-15)
a dash of white pods
and…a sprinkle of wheat grass

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Comments

  1. -100. birdie to be says:

    Gorgeous bouquet! I love the lushness & the colors!

  2. Love how it’s not very bright and loud yet beautiful and engaging.

  3. gorgeous! very autumn chic.

  4. -100. Susan Stockwell says:

    Beautiful textures and tone on tones!

  5. -100. CherFan says:

    This photo was on the cover of Exclusively Weddings magazine in 2013 and credited to Abigail Seymour.

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  2. […] Native to Asia and celebrated for its bright beauty, the ranunculus is available in nearly every color, from white to pink, red, yellow, and orange.  Often considered as a cost-effective alternative to the rose and the peony, the lush, multipetaled bloom is actually a relative of the buttercup — that little flower you might have picked and held close to your chin as a child — and stands just as well on its own as it does as an accent. […]

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  4. […] Native to Asia and celebrated for its bright beauty, the ranunculus is available in nearly every color, from white to pink, red, yellow, and orange.  Often considered as a cost-effective alternative to the rose and the peony, the lush, multipetaled bloom is actually a relative of the buttercup — that little flower you might have picked and held close to your chin as a child — and stands just as well on its own as it does as an accent. […]

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