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10 Earthy Wedding Bouquets

March 28, 2014

Pacific Weddings

We've rounded up some of our all-time favorite earthy wedding bouquets that look to nature for inspiration. A mix of talented florists from Hawaii, California and Oregon incorporated organic elements for an alternative to a traditional floral bouquet. From twigs and herbs to seasonal berries, succulents and ferns, these wedding flowers are at once earthy and whimsical.

Andrea and John's wedding at Twin Peaks Ranch in Southern California’s Ojai Valley was orchestrated by the ladies at Bash, Please. Paige Appel and Kelly Harris are known for crafting unfussy and highly personalized weddings. “The floral and design inspiration was definitely more autumnal, wild and rich. Andrea and John wanted to incorporate the transitional colors of the beginning of autumn,” say the designers. The color palette of the day was earthy yet elegant: mushroom, wine and ochre."​

This simply pretty and earthy bouquet was created by the florists at Punch Floral + Styling was captured at the hip and urban Ace Hotel Portland.

Yvonne Chapman's earthy wedding bouquet of fragrant rosemary is accented with lemon grass, delicate berries and silvery succulents and bound with rustic twine for a bohemian effect. Perfect for the eco-chic bride, the succulents can actually be replanted after the wedding.

Designer Mandy Grace's wedding bouquet of umbrella fern, sword fern, maiden hair fern, tree fern and kupukupu fern blends magically with frilly white anemone and hellebore blooms. 

This countrified bouquet created by Honolulu floral designer Debbie Hemingway is a cheerful nod to the earth's bountiful harvest. The picture of a summer picnic, it is a medley of tiny crab apples, brussel sprouts, seeded eucalyptus, green button mums, Star of Bethlehem, bersilia and coconut palm fibers. 

This striking, earthy bouquet created by Fong Tagawa of Floral Inspirations is a cheerful mix of delicate astilbe and scabiosa blossoms. Papery blooms of Nigella sativa add an exotic element.

Jen and Yatish’s Holman Ranch wedding was inspired by the natural beauty of the laid-back setting. Naturally the wedding flowers followed suit.

This lush and organic bouquet of roses, calla lilies and succulents is perfectly suited for an outdoor Big Sur, California wedding celebration.


Floral designer Debbie Hemingway's delicate wedding bouquet follows the organic motif. A beautiful blend of white scabiosa, eucalyptus, white veronica, wax flower, moss, Queen Anne's lace and narcissus create texture that is artful and natural.

This Hawaii couple harvested their own flowers and botanicals from the private property where they said their vows. Hawaii photographer Brooke Dombroski captured the beautiful couple.