What is Your Bouquet Style?

Bridal Bouquets in our opinion, are the most personal design element of a wedding day. They should compliment You (and not the other way around) so at CJDE, we always ask for your wedding dress prior to dreaming up the most perfect bouquet.

Below are just a few favorites; from all white to all pink. We’ve included air plants and decided with 1 type of floral to a variety of 12. 

Let this page inspire you (named after each of our beautiful brides) but remember; we’re here to make one as unique and beautiful as You are. 

The Jana

Our boho free-spirit Jana, had the most whimsical color-forward bouquet filled with her favorite flower (and ours!) the peony.

The Serena

Our Serena loves neutrals; we loved foraging local jasmine for that romantic spill and fragrant element.

The Christine

Gah! My very own bouquet (that I designed myself) was accented with orchids, in homage to my Thai heritage, and peonies. My all time favorite flower.

The Emily

A lover of plants, Emily got married at the Garfield Park Conservatory; air plants were the perfect textural touch.

The Brittany

A true creative, Brittany wanted a sculptural piece of art to compliment her bridal look - dyed phalaenopsis orchids coupled with anthurium achieved this clean, design that was filled with movement.

The Heather

As colorful as a rainbow, Heather’s flowers (as were her girls) were as bright and happy as her bold wedding design. The hint of tropicals complimented her bridesmaid’s emeralds gowns.

The Anne

As timeless as the pearls on Anne’s gown (and head band!) was her all white garden rose bouquet. 

The Amanda

In honor of her Vietnamese Heritage we wove in hand paper lotus flowers (which also graced our Mother of the Bride’s gown).

The Stephanie

Our all things pink loving bride deserved an all things pink bouquet composed of peonies, ranunculus, garden roses and lisianthus.

The Eleanor 

Our gorgeous fall bride’s bouquet included hints of toffee roses and freshly picked fall foliage (which later filled the steps of the Rookery Building!).

Photography in order of appearance: Lindsey Taylor Photography, Olivia Leigh Photographie, Olivia Leigh Photographie, Rachel Red Photography, Winterlyn Photography, Hannah Schweiss Photography, BonPhotage Photography, Claire Pfieffer Photography, EV Photography, Studio This Is

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