Best Wedding Bouquets Utah


Searching for the best wedding bouquets in Utah? As a Utah wedding florist, we work closely with our brides to curate the wedding bouquet of their dreams, using only the freshest stems. From monochromatic color palettes, to bright and vibrant, and even shades of neutral, your wedding flowers are a reflection of your vision and lend themselves to the overall styling and design of your day. 

Furthermore, your wedding flowers will be the centerpiece and the backdrop of your wedding photos. So it’s important for us to help you get clear on your vision so we can craft luxuriously modern wedding florals! Above all, the best wedding bouquets we create for our couples in Utah, are the ones where our couples know what they want, and what they don't. For example, the bride depicted below had her heart set on a color palette of all purple for her wedding bouquet.

Her vision was as easy as knowing that she desired, above all, hues of purple. Working to curate her wedding bouquet involved a creative process that brought together varying shades of purple, not in an ombre style, but in a way that complimented each other without distraction. We put together shades of lavender, deep purple, and a blueish purple that were so subtle, yet striking. We tied her wedding bouquet together with a long length of sheer blue(ish) ribbon and our bride's bouquet, along with her groom's matching boutonniere, were photo-ready.

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Why do we put so much thought and creativity into the process of creating the best wedding bouquets in Utah? First, we absolutely love what we do. Our particular area of specialty is creating harmonious color palettes (like the one below) paired with modern design. Secondly, we understand the importance that florals lend to wedding day photography, especially bouquets and boutouinneres. As a bride, your bouquet will be in your hands pre-ceremony, post-ceremony, and during your formal wedding portraits. 

There are very few physical items that will be depicted in your wedding photography aside from your florals. Working to curate a cohesive collection of bouquets and boutonnieres for you and your wedding party takes planning. Aside from the color palette, the next consideration to make is your stems. Are you searching for flowers with heaps of volume? Or do you envision your wedding with stems that have a more demure, minimalistic vibe to them? These are all things we discuss with our couples when planning to create the best wedding bouquets, or floral arrangements for their wedding in Utah!

Want a quick wedding day tip before you go? To get the most out of your wedding bouquet, it should always be carried at belly button height. Scroll through the images below to see more of our bride’s purple-inspired wedding bouquet.

All Photography by Branson Maxwell