Liz Fox Designs
Wedding and Special Event Florist
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What do you picture when you dream of your wedding day?

Do you think of lush bouquets of intense color? Simple sophistication? Whimsical romance? Bright and cheerful elegance? Whatever your dream, we will help you make it happen! Explore our gallery to spark ideas for your own special day.

Intense Color

For a bride who wanted to carry a bouquet that would make an intense, color-saturated statement.
Roses and Chocolate

Imagine these bouquets against chocolate brown bridesmaids' dresses. Not only was the color gorgeous, it also created a look that complemented the bride who carried the bouquet pictured above.
Natural Elegance

Incorporation of varied and unusual greens gave this wedding a fresh, simple, natural feeling.
Stunning Simplicity

Flowing with the theme of the bride's bouquet above, dramatic vases of calla lilies created a focal point while harmonizing with the outdoor setting.
Color and More Color!

These vibrant colors gave the wedding a bright, energetic, and contemporary feel, especially against a background of deep purple bridesmaids' dresses.
Dramatic Backdrop

Huge urns repeating the color theme above created a dramatic backdrop for the vows and helped draw in the focus in a large church.
Not What You Would Expect

Calla lilies come in black and white? Well, very close to it. The unusual flowers turned a simple bouquet style into an eye-catching floral statement.
Winter Theme

Paired with the black-and-whites, teal accents created a crisp, cool winter palette.
Whimsical Romance

Pink accents and unexpected green berries add texture and whimsy to this bride's bouquet.
A Modern Statement

Over-the-arm bouquets make a modern, elegant statement.
Bright and Cheerful

Gerbera daisies mix with tulips to create a perky feeling, especially when mixed with the blues and yellows of the rest of the wedding.

Personal flowers for the groom, attendants, and special guests are matched to the style set by the bride's and bridesmaids' bouquets.
Light and Airy

For an outdoor wedding full of light and sunshine, this bouquet not only complemented the mood, but also survived the heat.

Creating the Atmosphere

From the moment the guests arrive, you want them to sense the feeling and theme of your wedding. Use flowers to create the right atmosphere and the perfect backdrop for your vows.