Summer Flowers

What a whirlwind this weekend was! In case you missed it, our Wifey For Life Workshop was yesterday and it was an absolute success! We are waiting for some video and photographs to be sent our way and then we’ll share a full recap and inside scoop for you all to enjoy! Until then, we wanted to ease ourselves into Monday with some summer flowers to inspire your wedding! June means summer is in full swing, and for our upcoming brides still deciding what direction to go with bouquets and centerpieces, this blog is for you! What is in season and what is trending?

Lauren O Events Summer FLowers


Summer IS the season for roses. They are lush, in full bloom, and come in so many perfect colors for your dream wedding. Displaying a variety of shades such as blush and yellow brighten up any bouquet and add that soft romantic feel we absolutely love in our florals!

Lauren O Events Summer FLowers



Bold, full hydrangeas are a gorgeous way to add volume to any arrangement. We loved how our Lauren O couple Nick & Lauren incorporated these flowers into their archway along with greenery and roses.

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With the rise of popularity and availability, succulents are quickly becoming incorporated into formal events and weddings with traditional flowers. Adding an element of whimsy and organic aesthetic, these can be used as standalone pieces or added to a focal point for a touch of green and earthy inspiration.


Lauren O Events Summer Flowers

White Hypericum Berry Flowers & Dianthus (Maiden Pink)

To fulfill your dreamy themes we love the surrealist vibes we get from these flowers. Often used as filler flowers, these two are making statements on their own. The first, those white ball like flowers filling the second vase and the Dianthus adding hints of purple that make us feel like we just plucked them from a meadow. Using these flowers on their own adds a fun element of simplicity and ethereal beauty to your summer flowers.




Until next time, happy planning!







Photo 1,2, 3,5 : Melani Lust Photography 4: JC Carley for Robert Norman Photography