Bridal StyleSpring WeddingsWedding DetailsWedding FlowersWedding Tips

Maryland Wedding Flower Tips and Trends – from Maryland Wedding Florist, April Lutter

It’s always a treat to smell and admire beautiful flowers… but April Lutter spoiled us rotten with this jaw dropping spring wedding flower arrangement! 

As a Maryland Wedding Florist who not only arranges flowers, but GROWS many of them herself, she’s quite the expert when it comes to wedding florals. 

Here’s what she wants brides to know when it comes to having a wonderful experience with a florist:

Complete with ranunculus, craspedia, protea, lavender, tweedia and feathered eucalyptus – this bouquet brings varietal depth and whimsical romance. The white florals help to soften and add balance to the pops of yellow and purple.

Consider Your on Sense of Style:

Do you follow trends in your everyday life? If so, then great! If not, you could actually date your wedding by jumping on Pinterest. The images aren’t always current, and you might be looking at arrangements trending from years ago.

Fall in Love With A Concept

Be flexible with specifics, but fall in love with a concept! Be sure you entrust a professional who clearly understands your vision and is capable of executing it. Communication is critical to ensure that your expectations aren’t just met BUT EXCEEDED on your wedding day.

Allow Your Florist to Educate You

About what’s in season and how that effects the quality and the expense of a particular flower. Be open to alternatives if certain flowers are not in season!

If You’re a DIY Bride…

Remember that floral design is a time-consuming process and flowers are delicate and perishable. Post-harvest care and handling of flowers is so important for ensuring that they remain beautiful throughout the wedding day.

April’s work above showcases an asymmetrical, cascading spring flower arrangement along with a handmade bridal sash created with real succulents and florals.

For 17 years, April Lutter has grown and created floral masterpieces and is a firm believer in the “grown not flown” mentality. To learn more about April’s work, visit her site at