Fall Wedding Bouquet Ideas

Fall weddings are in full swing now-a-days. And who doesn’t love a fun fall wedding? The colors, the smells, the scenery changing – its all so dreamy. We’ve rounded up some of our favorite fall bouquets we’ve seen online to share with you if you’re in need of a little inspiration for your own fall nuptials, this year or next…

This just SCREAMS fall, doesn’t it?! We love the King Protea that is so subtle next to the burgundy and orange Dahlias. Gorgeous Fall foliage mixed in too. via 100 Layer Cake

Fall Bouquet vis 100 Layer Cake | the white dahlia

A vibrant take on fall with this one! Who doesn’t love large, gorgeous and open Peonies in pink and red? Also, loving the purple accents with roses and clematis. via Elizabeth Ann Designs

Fall Bouquet via Elizabeth Ann Designs | the white dahlia

Another vibrant take of fall that we LOVE! I mean those Peonies in that color – woah! We love the burgundy snapdragons and seeded eucalyptus mixed in there too. via June Bug Weddings

Fall Bouquet via June Bug Weddings | the white dahlia

And if you’re not a fan of orange, this one is for you! The muted mauve and cream color in this is just all around gorgeous! via Once Wed

Fall Bouquet via Once Wed | the white dahlia

And if you are a fan of orange… Midnight black Roses with orange Calla Lilies and orange seeds are the way to go. via pinterest

Fall Bouquet via Reese Fisher | the white dahlia

Another take on orange, this time lightened against the cream and blush tones. You can never go wrong with a bouquet full of Dahlias – right?! Wrapped in twine is the icing on this wedding cake! via Style Me Pretty

Fall Bouquet via Style Me Pretty | the white dahlia

Red Garden Roses and black Astilbe and black Calla Lilies give this bouquet a wicked beautiful look that will surely get noticed. via Style Me Pretty

Fall Bouqet via Style Me Pretty | the white dahlia

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Easter Flower Guide

It’s that time! Time to share our go-to holiday florals. This time, Easter.

Easter Flower Guide | the white dahlia

1. Tulips: We love colorful tulips for Easter; think yellow, pink, and purple.
2. Lilac: Lilac isn’t in season long, so when it is we like to use it as much as possible! It has a beautiful purple hue and a sweet fragrance that is amazing.
3. Daffodils: You really can’t fully enjoy spring without garnishing the house with this iconic spring flower.
4. Sweet Peas: Like lilac, sweet peas have a short season so we love using them when we can. They too have an intoxicating smell and beautiful vibrant color. We also love their wildflower look.

For pricing or to order Easter bunches and arrangements be sure to visit our website or email us for a quote!

Easter Table Setting Inspiration

Easter is around the corner and our table is already set! Have you thought about your Easter table yet?! If not, we have some great ideas for you, are you ready? Get your creative cap on…

Here is our Easter table..
Easter Table Setting | the white dahlia

We are adding tons of color to our table and pops of gold! We’re loving the white and gold combo!

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We’re also really loving various sized vases with different bunches of flowers in each!

We’ve also collected images from around the web that are sure to inspire…

Easter Table Setting via Southern Wedding | the white dahlia

Like we said, we’re loving the eclectic vases with different florals in each. (found here)

Easter Table Setting via 100 layer cake | the white dahlia

A clean and crisp color palette. (found here)

Easter Table Setting via Style Me Pretty | the white dahlia

Love the desert vibe – hello, coachella weekend 2. (found here)

Easter Table Setting via Wedding Chicks| the white dahlia

Another eclectic mix of chairs, plates and florals. (found here)

Easter Table Setting via West Elm | the white dahliaThe perfect Easter color palette. (found here

So, have you thought about your Easter table yet? Will you use any of these pics as inspiration?

Reuse: Candle Containers

Reuse: Candle Glass Containers | the white dahlia

One of our favorite things to do with our burned out candle containers is to reuse and repurpose them for almost anything! Today, were going to show you some of our favorite ways to repurpose these candle containers, using the candles from our collection online!

Reuse: Candle Glass Containers | the white dahlia

We love reusing these beauties as simple yet interested floral vases! They each look absolutely stunning and hold there own unique story.

Reuse: Fairfax & King Tumbler | the white dahlia
Reuse: Shot Glass Votive | the white dahlia
Reuse: Mercury Teardrop | the white dahlia

Okay, we know what you’re thinking. You’re already up to your waist in floral vases. Well, you can repurpose these candle containers for so many other uses around the house too. Hello, bathroom decor!

Reuse: Mercury Teardrop | the white dahlia
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Fill the empty container with cotton balls and q-tips for gorgeous and unique bathroom decor! We are obsessing over that Mercury Teardrop Votive filled with q-tips!

So what do you do?

Supplies | The White Dahlia

The Supplies:

Frozen Candle
Kitchen Knife
Tea Towel (for grip)

Directions:

Place finished candle in the freezer for 4-6 hours, until frozen, overnight is best.
Once frozen, use your tea towel to grip the candle and use the kitchen knife as leverage to “pop” the unused wax out of the candle container. (Make sure the wax and container are completely hard and frozen)
Wash and dry your container and Voila! You are ready you reuse your candle containers!

Will you be trying this super easy way to repurpose your candle containers? You can shop our collection online to get the exact looks shown above! Leave us a comment letting us know how it goes!

Photos By: The White Dahlia

St. Patricks Day Flower Guide

Whether you’re throwing a celebration with friends or celebrating alone, flowers are always a must! We’ve compiled a few of our favorite go-to florals for St. Patricks Day.

St Patricks Day Flower Guide | the white dahlia

The Best Flowers For: St. Patty’s Day

1.Solidaster: We love this as a filler or by itself. Its like green foliage with little specks of gold!
2.Daffodils: These remind us of that little pot of gold at the end of the rainbow! Perfect for garnishing any table.
3.Yellow Tulips: That pot of gold we just mentioned, yellow tulips are a great second option for that.
4.Bells of Ireland: Bells of Ireland…Need we say more?

What do you guys think? Will you use any of these for your parties??

Flower Guide: Get Your Girl These for Valentines Day!

Valentines Day Flower Guide | the white dahlia

Every girl wishes for flowers on Valentines day and wouldn’t it be nice if you felt confident you were getting her just the right ones?! Well, Valentines Day is quickly approaching so we thought we would make life a little easier for the dudes who have no clue what to get their girl for the BIG day! Just trust us!

Valentines Day Flower Guide | the white dahlia

This guide is a few flowers that every girl will LOVE. They are the most asked for, talked about, requested and sold in the flower market! (Or so we’ve seen)!

Tuberose | the white dahlia Ranunculas | the white dahlia1. Hyacinth: These beautiful blooms are available in shades of pink, purple and white. Hyacinth give off a lovely fragrance and are pretty much a staple for spring! Usually sold by the stem and can range from $2.5-5 per stem.
2. Tuberose: These flowers are full of enough fragrance to scent an entire room! Their linear stalks bloom small white blossoms. Typically sold by the stem ranging from $1-3.
3. Anemones: Anemones come in a range of colors and are beautifully vibrant with a popping black center. Typically sold as a bunch of 10 ranging from $12-15.
4. Peonies (not pictured): These beautiful blooms are available in shades of pink to burgundy, red and white. Usually sold by the stem and can be pretty pricey ranging from $5-10 per stem.
5. Ranunculus: We personally love ranunculus! They are available in an array of colors. These flowers start small but blossom into big beautiful, almost paper like, flowers. Typically sold in a bunch ranging from $12-15.
6. Roses: Yes, the standard. A classic. Roses are available in an array of colors and are most commonly sold by the dozen which can range from $15-30 (during the holiday don’t be surprised if you’re dishing out closer to $40-60 per dozen). Try a garden rose which will have a beautiful fragrance; garden roses are typically sold by the stem ranging from $5-10 per stem.
7. Dahlia: Of course we’re a fan, but our customers love big beautiful dahlias too. They are available in an array of colors depending on the season and usually range from $3-10 per stem.
8. Tulips: Tulips are another spring standard. They are available in almost any color and also range in breed (i.e. parrot tulips, dutch tulips, french tulips). Typically tulips are sold as a bunch ranging from $12-15.

Dahlia | the white dahlia Tulips | the white dahlia Our website is offering some amazing options too, if your still stumped, you can choose from our pre designed arrangements she’s sure to love! Our website has a range of  bunches, fresh wraps and arrangements this Valentines Day, be sure to check them out here.

Valentines Day Flower Guide | the white dahlia

Photos by: The White Dahlia

Florals: Styled Shoot

This past weekend we had a bridal bouquet styled shoot for a fun update to our design portfolio!

We knew we wanted one bouquet to have a super eclectic, rustic feel. We added burgundy peonies, white stock and mini calla lilies entangled in a super leafy greenery. It was absolutely breathtaking!

White and Fushia Bouquet | the white dahlia
White and Fushia Bouquet | the white dahlia
White and Fushia | the white dahlia

White and Fushia | the white dahlia
White and Fushia Bouquet | the white dahlia
White and Fushia Bouquet | the white dahlia

White and Fushia Bouquet | the white dahlia

For the second bouquet we styled we wanted it to have super bright and vibrant colors that really popped! For this bouquet we used bright orange tulips, pink mini calla lilies, fushia roses and chartreuse green chrysanthemums. We found the perfect farm backdrop that made the colors all that more gorgeous…

Colorful Bouquet | the white dahlia
Colorful Bridal Bouquet | the white dahlia
Colorful Bridal Bouquet | the white dahlia
Colorful Bridal Bouquet
Colorful Bridal Bouquet | the white dahlia

Concept, Styling and Design by: The White Dahlia | Photos by: The White Dahlia

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