There’s so much to love about weddings – the decor, the clothes, the food – but personally, my favorite detail is the florals. I love seeing couples’ visions come to life with the help of an expert Chattanooga wedding florist. The flowers can really make a wedding, and when done right, they add so much life and movement to the day.
Here are some of my favorite bouquets from Chattanooga wedding florists (plus a few nearby!) I’ve worked with.
CHATTANOOGA WEDDING FLORISTS
ROSE MOSS DESIGNS
While Rose Moss Designs is technically Knoxville-based, they’ve done some amazing work on weddings here in the Chattanooga area. The owner, Anna, creates these wild, colorful bouquets floral installations that just take my breath away.
NATALIE AND GEORGE’S WEDDING
For Natalie’s bouquet, Rose Moss Designs went with these muted (but still colorful!) autumn tones. I adore the iridescent arthurium in the center. It added such a pretty pop to the bridal bouquet and perfectly complimented the table arrangements, installations, and cake flowers.
THE CLAY POT
Joe Jumper of The Clay Pot is famous for what he does. Over the past 25 years, he’s made a name for himself in Chattanooga and beyond. He’s known for his super textured but still classic arrangements. In my opinion, The Clay Pot is never going out of style.
MAC & GARRETT’S WEDDING
For Mac and Garrett’s wedding, The Clay Pot delivered this timeless but still modern look with dusty blues, navy, and white. The thistles and huge protea in the center of Mac’s bouquet added just enough of that rough texture to create an interesting look without overwhelming the bouquet.
Mac and Garrett went all-out for their backyard wedding, commissioning personal flowers, a lush arbor for the ceremony, and raised floral centerpieces for the reception. The flowers gave their wedding a classic look while still adding a pop of color.
SOUTHERLY FLOWER FARM
If you’re shopping around for a Chattanooga wedding florist, you’ve no doubt heard of Southerly Flower Farm. I’ve shot tons of weddings with them, and every time they deliver a unique, stunning look. The owners, Sarah and Matthew Ervin, pride themselves on using sustainable blooms and delivering one-of-a-kind florals.
MEG & DANIEL’S WEDDING
Meg and Daniel’s wedding flowers were the perfect combination of moody and whimsical. I loved the way Southerly added wispy tendrils to Meg’s bouquet to create movement. I’m also a huge fan of wrapping bouquets in ribbon. The ribbons dance in the breeze and add even more motion in photos.
For the reception at The Coker Museum, Meg and Daniel set out white tables with florals all the way down them to dress up the space. (PS, Chattanooga couples! The Coker Museum is now booking weddings!)
ALLIE & JESSE’S WEDDING
Allie and Jesse’s florals are the definition of homegrown. They went with smaller bouquets with a simple color palette for a handpicked look. The simple ribbon adds even more class and ties the florals into the couple’s formal attire.
LEAH & JACOB’S WEDDING
For Leah and Jacob’s wedding, Southerly kept things simple and elegant with muted, autumn-toned bouquets to complement the fall foliage all around them. For the ceremony and reception, Southerly adorned their geometric arbor and circular tables with similar floral arrangements, playing on the space’s wood tones and soft light.
Petaline is a Chattanooga florist, but they’ve designed events all over the country. They’re amazing at creating the classic, romantic look so many couples strive for on their wedding day.
KAYLA & MATT’S WEDDING
Kayla and Matt’s wedding was the picture of elegance. They went with all-white florals for a simple look, but Petaline used a variety of blooms and greenery to create texture and movement. They used matching white ribbon on the bouquets and boutonnières, and they adorned the reception tables with white candles and garlands of Italian ruscus. Super simple, super classic.
Brittney at Blue Thistle is amazing at staying on-trend while still creating timeless looks. Every one of her designs is one-of-a-kind and totally stunning.
KELLY & MICHELLE’S WEDDING
For Kelly and Michelle’s wedding, they went with muted tones and neutrals to bring out the autumn leaves in scenery around them. Down the aisle, Blue Thistle added these large vases of pampas grass that blew delicately in the wind. For the reception, they delivered this insane hanging floral installation with wicker lanterns and tons of texture. It was for sure the highlight of the reception decor!
FOX & FERN
Fox & Fern always brings the wow factor, especially when it comes to their use of color. Whether it’s dark and moody or bright and funky, they really deliver unique, bold florals that show off the couple’s personality.
LAUREN & CLAY’S WEDDING
For Lauren and Clay’s winter wedding, Fox & Fern went with a super classic white and red look. Even though the bouquets didn’t have ribbons, they included plenty of draping, vining details that added movement and shape. For the reception, they created simple wreaths for the walls and massive floral arrangements for the tables. Then, they tied it all together with some simple blooms up the side of the cake.
AMY & WALKER’S WEDDING
Amy and Walker wanted all the color for their Sculpture Fields elopement. Amy bought this funky bolero jacket, and Fox & Fern used those colors to craft one-of-a-kind florals. The succulents and cactus added texture and interesting shapes to the bouquet.
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