Magnolia - Seasonal Florals to Use in Your Bouquet
When it comes time to dream up floral ideas for a Spring wedding, you might be wondering what's available. And while many flowers can be ordered from warm climates any time of year, opting for in-season blooms will certainly make your flower budget go further and is, more importantly, so much better for the environment. Today, we're talking all things magnolia. This beautiful tree blooms around March - May each year and is totally worth considering as an addition to your styling. We've teamed up with Floral & Wedding Designer Ponk Rentals to talk all things magnolia...
"I think one seasonal flower we should all be thinking about is magnolia. They have a reputation for bruising easily and not lasting very well, but if you only use few branches to complement other spring flowers, they work beautifully. Magnolia loving brides could also consider magnolia flower crown, if not for the whole wedding but only the ceremony or couple portraits. Magnolia branches (or other flowering branches) could also be a great option for a DIY elopement wedding that so many couples have to consider now due to COVID-19."
Photographer: Pretty Photography | Creative Direction, Planning, Rentals & Florals: Ponk Rentals | Film Lab: Carmencita Lab | Bridal Dress: Daalarna Couture | Groom's Attire: Salon Bizarre | Venue: Chateau Theresia | Cake: Art Cakes | H&MUA: Olivia Norovska | Stationery: Patricia K. Graphic and Interior Design | Models: Gabriela Demeterova and Dominik Richter