The French use the phrase “je ne sais quoi” to refer to an intangible quality that makes something distinctive and attractive. Yumiko of Hana Floral Designs has achieved this level of appeal with her timelessly elegant and sophisticated flowers for the big day. It is that little something you can’t put your finger on, but at one glance, you know, “That’s a Hana Bride.”
Check out these four Saltwater Farm Vineyard weddings for inspiration for your own #HanaBride moment.
Color Inspiration: Magenta
Couple: Jen & Pat
Bride’s Bouquet: Magenta peonies, blush garden roses, white ranunculus and white freesia.
The Gals: Deep pink and magenta peonies, Baroness garden roses, ranunculus and freesia.
The Groom: Green viburnum berry.
The Tables: ‘Reclaimed’ wooden boxes with peonies, hydrangea and viburnum berries.
photo credit: Julia Jane Studios
Color Inspiration: Terra Cotta & Minty Greens
Couple: Erin & Jonathan
The Bride & Gals: Terra cotta roses, garden roses, spray roses, dahlias, aurelia and leonidas roses.
The Groom: Ripening viburnum berry.
The Tables: Roses and clusters of eucalyptus greens.
Escort Card Table: Moss covering.
photo credit: Maggie Conley Photography
Color Inspiration: Neutral
The Bride & Gals: Garden roses, dahlias, ranunculus, football mums, protea and berzillia berries.
The Chuppah: Curly willow, various greens, football mums, hydrangeas and roses.
The Cake Table: Baby’s breath and brambly branches.
photo credit: Joshua Behan
Color Inspiration: Yellow
Couple: Jackie & Alex
And I just couldn’t bear to leave out this wedding from a couple seasons back. Without the help of Hana Floral’s Blog, I couldn’t identify the flowers, but the palatte of yellows and ivorys with pops of green, peach and orange is a personal favorite and perfection for a spring wedding.
photo credit: Uplift Photography
Cheers to Yumiko and all the girls at Hana Floral for another great season!