La Tee Da – Brilliant Bouquets

Wedding bouquets are a lot like wedding dresses. Every bride needs one and they come in a variety of shapes and sizes. But how do you find a bouquet that fits with your theme, consists of the blooms you’d like to use and still expresses your personality?

Barbara and Thomas Tidwell of La Tee Da Flowers on the Square in Tyler want to help you in picking out your perfect bouquet. From vibrant orchids to classic white roses, let these photos of their favorite bouquets inspire you.

Fall Frenzy

Image by Brandi Burkett Photography

Image by Brandi Burkett Photography

As rich as a floral still-life, this dome-shaped fall bouquet of warm-hued flowers such as red amaranthus, plum dahlia, calla lilys and cymidium orchids is enhanced by coffee bean and monkey tail.

Pretty in Pink

Image by More Than an Image Photography

Image by More Than an Image Photography

An abundant bouquet of soft pink flowers lends credence to the phrase blushing bride. This lush bouquet is made of frill frilly edged tulips, anemones, peonies and helleborus.

Peachy Keen

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Various pinks and peaches work nicely together, bringing out the undertones in the blooms, flattering one another and the person who bears them. Here, coral charm peonies flutter like butterflies among gardenias, anemones, peach garden roses and campanula.

Blushing Bride

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Casual and cheerful blush peonies, French lilacs and vendela roses from Ecuador — in a range of vivid pinks — form a delightful bouquet for the bride-to-be.

Black Magic Woman

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For brides going for a more vintage-style wedding, a Glamelia bouquet is just what she needs to carry down the aisle. It’s handmade from individual rose petals, wired together to create a full bloom that resembles a camellia.

Desert Chic

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In this bouquet, ice-blue succulents decorate a soft-hued arrangement of natural stones, Sahara roses, lilac and tallow berry. Trendy in the Western states, this earthy piece offers up a type of “desert chic.”