Jenna Evans

Up and Coming Florist

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Hey you, if you haven't heard of my amazingly talented sister-- Today's the day. Rachel has got it going on with her new floral company, Bunches and Blooms. She designed these four main bridal bouquets along with a few other arrangements just to give you a taste of the possibility at hand here.

A little about Rachel:

"I love weddings. I love parties. I love flowers. I started off working as an event coordinator for a small business and as much as I loved planning each event, the world of floral design kept calling to me.

Weddings are my main focus and I surround myself with only the best blooms and foliages to share with my clients. I take great joy in the creative process, but also enjoy the planning. I love working with a client to make their wedding day beautiful and personalized."

 

 First up we've got Marti and Jordan's Pieces. Their bouquet was wild and green featuring White Cloud garden Roses, dahlias, hydrangea, fringe tulips and Sahara roses. The ribbons are all hand-dyed silks. On Jordan's boutonniere she used a white spray rose, with a poppy pod and sprig of white Jupiter's Beard. She wrapped it all up with brown velvet. 

First up we've got Marti and Jordan's Pieces. Their bouquet was wild and green featuring White Cloud garden Roses, dahlias, hydrangea, fringe tulips and Sahara roses. The ribbons are all hand-dyed silks. On Jordan's boutonniere she used a white spray rose, with a poppy pod and sprig of white Jupiter's Beard. She wrapped it all up with brown velvet. 

 Rachel had a lot of fun with Grace's bouquet: soft peaches and pinks with a splash of powder blue, collared with grey dusty miller. And of course Grace's natural beauty set them off nicely. 

Rachel had a lot of fun with Grace's bouquet: soft peaches and pinks with a splash of powder blue, collared with grey dusty miller. And of course Grace's natural beauty set them off nicely. 

 Erin's featured an open Pink King Protea surrounded with Ivanhoe garden roses and cream Sahara Rose accents. The bouquet and location set a wonderful tone for her these bridals.

Erin's featured an open Pink King Protea surrounded with Ivanhoe garden roses and cream Sahara Rose accents. The bouquet and location set a wonderful tone for her these bridals.

 The main feature of Sarah's bouquet are the Coral Charm Peonies and Rachel chose to collar it in a drapey, Lace Dusty Miller. To add a bit more fun she then threw in some scabiosa pods and yellow craspedia. I'm loving the touches of purple muscari. 

The main feature of Sarah's bouquet are the Coral Charm Peonies and Rachel chose to collar it in a drapey, Lace Dusty Miller. To add a bit more fun she then threw in some scabiosa pods and yellow craspedia. I'm loving the touches of purple muscari. 

Boutonnieres: 

A small white dahlia, set off by the raspberry-pink Jupiter's Beard

A white fringe tulip with peach hypericum berries and blue delphinium

Yellow craspedia with a scabiosa pod

Blue muscari in a simple, sophisticated bunch

Table Setting

Centerpiece: 

In the style of classic elegance she featured Juliet garden roses with green and white hydrangea and a couple white fringe tulips. Draped around the bottom are jasmine vines. I just loved the way it turned out! And the gold compote it's in only makes it better. 

On each napkin she used a single sprig of jasmine.

You can follow Rachel's latest work here:

Website: www.bunchesblooms.com  

Instagram/Facebook: @BunchesBlooms

Pinterest: @BunchesnBlooms