If you’re in the midst of planning your spring nuptials, look to these five Los Angeles floral designers to help bring your dream wedding to life.
For spring weddings, La Petite Gardenia founder Alison Franchi favors hybrid light blue delphinium, astilbe, peonies, carnations, pieris japonica, king protea, ranunculus, helleborus, and garden roses. “Create whimsical compositions with draping foliage and dancing blooms, pair your centerpiece with gold accents and textures, [and] then add candles for that perfect glow,” Franchi recommends. “I love incorporating our couples’ own little treasures into my arrangements. Items such as family heirlooms, antiques, or objects gathered during travels can all add a personal touch to any arrangement.” 651 Clover St., Los Angeles, 323-424-4076
Whatever your wedding style, be it bohemian, rustic, or classic, Inviting Occasion will make your vision a reality. The more creative and unexpected the floral design, the better. The Irvine-based boutique floral design studio is known for their imaginative creations—think rose petal mobiles and corseted silk vases brimming with exotic orchids. 949-407-5060
Dreaming of a glamorous wedding with a bohemian twist? Look no further than Twig & Twine. The Silver Lake-based floral design studio is all about arrangements that are oozing with elegance and bursting with color. Swing by their shop to see the ethereal creations for yourself. 716 N. Virgil Ave., Los Angeles, 323-660-4100
If you’re planning aluxe alfresco wedding, then Darlington Avenue is perfect for you. The LA-based company specializes in dreamy outdoor nuptials. “For spring, I can’t think of a more perfect flower than a dahlia—Café au Lait is my favorite variety,” says owner Alexis Johnson Le Guier of her recommendation for spring florals. “For 2016, my brides are asking for organic and wild arrangements, some with touches of fruit like kumquats or blackberries. These kinds of arrangements feel lush and celebrate the season all while feeling the opposite of stuffy.” 310-480-2268
“Roses are always the classic choice, although peonies are the romantic highlight this spring,” says Natalia Jung, founder of Beverly Hills-based floral design studio Grand Éclair. “Shades of pale pink are perfect for the season, combined with light blue linens and ribbons matching the pantone colors of 2016: rose quartz and serenity. Complementing your arrangements with other seasonal spring florals—such as sweet peas, lilacs, and ranunculus—is also a great idea. Working with less means that the overall look of the wedding will be elegant, clean, and classically beautiful.” 9100 Wilshire Blvd. 175W, Beverly Hills, 424-335-0020