From bold modern blooms to romantic blush buds, we've rounded up some of the best floral décor for a sunny summer wedding.
Tying the knot outdoors? Consider a textural arrangement that complements your surroundings. Holly Chapple of Virginia-based Holly Heider Chapple Flowers designed this bouquet for a bride getting married on a vineyard and celebrating in a barn. "The entire wedding had an organic aesthetic. The bride's palette was muted pinks and dusty lavender tones," says Chapple. We love the from-nature look here, achieved by surrounding extra-large café au lait dahlias with cabbage, amnesia and quicksand roses, field flowers, silver-sage foliage, and lavender.Genevieve Leiper Photography