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Big Blooms

Using the season’s chicest buds in some of the most popular hues, local florists crafted these bountiful bouquets to help you color your day in style.

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    Controlled Chaos- With an eye for style and a degree in interior design, Munster Rose owner Jackie Reisenauer’s specialty is creating out-of-the-box bouquets that are stunningly original. This bouquet—filled with ranunculus, garden roses, anemones, and jasmine vine—is no exception. Flowers, by Munster Rose, 612-812-2538, munsterrose.com, Ring ($5,270 without center stone), from JB Hudson

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    The Perfect Palette- A Twin Cities staple since 1885, Bachman’s pros know what local brides want and they aren’t afraid to get creative. Always on trend, Bachman’s current crop of floral experts channeled the colors of the season with this pastel bouquet that combines garden roses, calla lilies, air plants, and leucadendron. Flowers, by Bachman’s, several metro locations, 612-861-7620, bachmans.com, Ring ($4,820 without center stone), from JB Hudson

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    Green with Envy- If anyone could add drama to a monotone green bouquet, it’s Russell Toscano, owner of Wisteria Design Studio. For this stunner, the seasoned pro used a smattering of rich green blooms, including green tea roses, green coxcomb, miniature hydrangeas, scabiosa pods, privet berries, and green and white parrot tulips. Flowers, by Wisteria Design Studio, 612-332-0633, wisteriadesign.com

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    Boom Bloom Pow- Sarah Baur and Rebecca Ross, co-owners of Petalum in St. Louis Park, have perfected the art of grabbing guests’ attention. This eye-catching assortment of roses, ranunculus, freesia, mini calla lilies, geraniums, cymbidium orchids, and parrot tulips creates a bright and cheery burst of color that’s both fun and photogenic. Flowers, by Petalum, 612-385-1399, petalum.com, Ring ($3,205 without center stone), from JB Hudson

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    Break all the Rules- Liz Bastian and Heidi Skoog, co-owners of Bastian + Skoog, aren’t afraid to push the boundaries. This assortment of dahlias, anemones, clematis, vanda orchids, astrantia, gomphrena, sage, stock, viburnum berries, bullet allium, and Midori chrysanthemum ribbon is the perfect reminder that their bouquets are anything but ordinary. Flowers, by Bastian + Skoog, 612-333-6450, bastianskoog.com, Ring ($2,785 without center stone), from JB Hudson

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    Breaking Tradition-Maureen deBruyn, the brains behind deBruyn designs, used a smattering of some of our favorite blooms to create this showstopper that’s rich in variety and texture. The mixture of garden roses, hydrangeas, spray roses, gilded scabiosa pods, and gilded sempervivum creates a perfect bouquet for the bride who wants it all. Flowers, by deBruyn designs, 763-494-8339, debruyndesigns.com, Ring ($16,790), from JB Hudson

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    White Haute- If you’re a romantic at heart, Raed Kakish is your guy. The senior floral designer and founder of Indulge & Bloom is a mastermind at designing bouquets that are the stuff of floral fantasies. Make your dreams a reality with this tender combination of phalaenopsis orchids and hydrangeas. Flowers, by Indulge & Bloom, several metro locations, 612-343-0000, indulgeandbloom.com


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