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Photography by Dick Patrick Studios/Jesse Chacon

Dallas Wedding Flowers from Lizzie Bee’s Flower Shoppe

Lush textures, sensual jewel tones, and bold greenery create a vibrant mood for weddings during the cooler months.

Photography by Dick Patrick Studios/Jesse Chacon. Styling by Christy Matthews of Christy Matthews Events

A Touch of Velvet

Highlights of this radiant bouquet (above) include purple allium bullet, Blushing Bride protea, Gomphrena, purple button, white Panda anemone, and both camellia and pepperberry greens. “The gorgeous velvet linens from BBJ Linen Rental add just the right touch of glam,” says wedding planner Christy Matthews, who coordinated this sumptuous shoot.

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Hand-Eye Coordination

“For weddings, I love an organic look,” says Elizabeth Fisher of Lizzie Bee’s Flower Shoppe and Floral Mechanics, in the Dallas suburb of Richardson, who designed these arrangements. “I emphasize variation—not just one shade of red or purple but many shades to create depth.” Hair and makeup artist Becca Ashmon of BA Beauty carries this bouquet of peach Cafe au Lait dahlias, eryngium, and Explorer roses with bush ivy, smoke bush, camellia, and local red tip greens.

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Suspended in Amber

“We chose blooms and greenery that spoke to winter,” says Matthews. “Incorporating jewel tones and velvet makes everything pop and also symbolizes rebirth and diversity.” This lush centerpiece in an amber marble vase bursts with bush ivy and camellia greens contrasted with fuchsia feather celosia, green hellebore, cappuccino roses, lavender Japanese sweet pea, Cafe au Lait dahlias, purple allium bullet, and dark-purple Astrantia.

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Pins and Needles

Four brilliant boutonnieres contain, clockwise from the top, white Panda anemone and eucalyptus; purple allium bullet with silver dollar eucalyptus; Blushing Bride protea, Gomphrena, purple button, and dark-purple Astrantia; and eryngium, dahlia bud, and smoke bush.

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Hoop Dreams

In this verdant, intentionally overgrown hoop created by Floral Mechanics, peach Cafe au Lait dahlias, eryngium, and Red Freedom roses stand out against the emerald greenery consisting of red tip, ivy, and huckleberry. “Reminiscent of a holiday wreath, the floral hoop makes such a bold statement,” says Matthews, who suggests a number of dramatic ways to use it, e.g. mixed with other hoops on a wall, hung high above a dance floor, and set alone by itself. “I love the almost wild look of the vines,”
she adds.

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