Rich Fall Wedding at Bridgeview Yacht Club

Sami and Eli got married at Bridgeview Yacht Club i on November 6, 2016.  We choose a color pallet of rich red and soft peaches with a mix natural rich greenery to compliment her soft bridesmaids dresses.  Here are just a few of her pictures..


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Fall Wedding at The Watermill Caterers

Mid October is a beautiful time to get married and there are so many choices for flowers that time of year.  Our Bride, Deborah choose a mix of  fall tones for her Fall wedding at The Watermill.



Bella Flowers is a diverse florist that can create the most natural beautiful centerpieces to the most formal elegant look. Call us today to schedule your consultation and start planning your event.

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Seasonal Deseversky Wedding Flowers

A mix of neutral tones with just a pop of color was all Deseversky Center needed.  A mansion tucked away on the NYIT campus is a beautiful setting to have your elegant wedding.  We chose a color pallet that works with all the different rooms that Deseversky has to offer.  With a mix of local seasonal flowers, roses, hydrangea and a little natural greenery was all this wedding needed.



Bella Flowers is a diverse florist that can create the most natural beautiful centerpieces to the most formal elegant look. Call us today to schedule your consultation and start planning your event.

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Bailey Arboretum Wedding

Bella Flowers recently created a beautiful wedding as Bailey Arboretum in Lattingtown, NY. The flowers were magnificent, using all natural greenery, local dahlias, rose and more to create this cohesive feel for the local arboretum.  

Bella Flowers is a diverse florist that can create the most natural beautiful centerpieces to the most formal elegant look. Call us today to schedule your consultation and start planning your event.

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Black Friday Special 5%


Organic Natural Flowers in blush tones, ivory and white are all the rage right now.  Keep the feel of an unstructured look by using lots of varieties of small delicate flowers to achieve this look.  Bella Flowers can help you design the look you want for your special day.


Loose Natural Organic Bridal Bouquet


Natural Centerpiece for Deseverksy Mansion


Eucalyptus Based Brides Maids Bouquets….


Thistle Bouts….


Fresh Baby Rose Flower Girl Basket




Bella Flowers is a diverse florist that can create the most natural beautiful centerpieces to the most formal elegant look. Call us today to schedule your consultation and start planning your event.

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Bella Flowers is offering a 5% discount for any wedding booked between 11/18/2016 – 11/26/2016

This discount does not apply to existing signed contracts.


Color, Color, Color!


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Your wedding day is supposed to be the happiest day of your life, so why not go with happy colors for your color scheme? It’s hard not to smile at colors inspired by a Mexican fiesta, or an ice cream social, or a field of bright blooming zinnias. These bright colors are perfect for a summer wedding, but, hey, they work well for spring, fall, and winter, too! And depending on how you use them, these technicolor brights will look great in venues ranging from barns and backyards to country clubs and museums.

Brightly colored wedding themes look modern when paired with some of the new wedding trends. Big, bright blooms seem to naturally lend themselves to the loose, organic arrangements that are turning up in weddings all over.


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Loose, organic, and cascading bouquets are also becoming extremely popular.


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Image by Tami Melissa Photography

This amazing bouquet is tied by numerous colorful long ribbons—multiple layers of ribbons tying a bouquet, especially in complementary colors, is a popular new trend.


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Bright flowers look amazing when used in another wedding trend, the floral crown, or used as any hair adornment:


Image via Benjamin and Elise Photography


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But what about the rest of the wedding? Won’t bright colors be overwhelming? No! Not if done well by a skilled floral designer such as Bella Flowers. This monogram was a beautiful accent for both a ceremony and reception.


Image via Monica Roberts Photography

Another popular wedding trend is the “king’s table”—one long table instead of a head table surrounded by many small ones.  A bright color scheme keeps a long table from becoming repetitive.


Image via Lara Hotz Photography


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Image via Tami Melissa Photography

And, finally, no wedding is complete without the cake (OK, yes, I know many people have cupcakes or ice cream bars these days, work with me here! I had cupcakes myself at my wedding—but also a cake.) Wedding cakes decorated with real flowers are always special, and when decorated with such blazingly bright blooms as these, they can only be described as sublime.


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Image via Ely Fair Photography

So is there a brightly hued fiesta wedding in your future? Whatever color scheme you have in mind, Bella Flowers is here to help you design the wedding of your dreams. Give us a call at 631.271.7050 and make an appointment to discuss the most beautiful day of your life.


Should the Bride Carry White or Color?


“Should I carry white or color?”
 This is a very common question we get from Brides. It can be a difficult question to answer.  I feel you can only answer this question properly by knowing what  your dress looks like.  The truth is that if your florist does not ask you this question, they are doing you a great injustice. Your wedding dress is one of the most important dresses you will probably every buy and will reflect a bit of your unique style. Shouldn’t the flowers be there just to accent it, not take it over?

Another thing you will want to consider is your photography.  How will your bridal bouquet show up in your photos?  Be sure to ask your photographer to be aware of this if you go with light colors.

Below are some images I love that show how the flowers truly accent the dresses perfectly:






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Whether you choose to go with the classic style of white or ivory or to blend in a bit of color;  or you choose to be daring with bold colors for your wedding bouquet, Bella Flowers will help you create your own unique vision. Give us a call.  We’d love to help.

Monochromatic Wedding Flowers


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There’s a big trend towards simplicity in weddings these days. Not everyone is looking for an elaborate wedding—after all, planning any wedding can be overwhelming when combined with the demands of everyday life. Simplifying the planning can be very freeing for a busy couple, and one way to do that is to cut the color scheme down to one major shade. Pink, blue, purple…whatever your choice, a monochromatic wedding can be stunningly beautiful, modern, and fashionable.

The current trend of white or neutral bridesmaid’s dresses ties in well with monochromatic flowers. White bridesmaid’s dresses can be stunning, especially in a summer wedding.

Neutrals are a perfect counterpoint to bright bouquets:


Image via Jono and Laynie 

Finally, neutral dresses paired with neutral flowers makes a beautiful bride and her bright bouquet stand out even more. Because, of course, it’s her day.

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Sticking to one color flowers doesn’t mean that you’re restrained to one shade of the color. This lavender bouquet of roses, peonies and freesia really pops against a similar shade of lavender bridesmaid’s dress:


Image via Aaron Delesie photography

Another trend that is still going strong is ombré, which can be used to impressive effect at the reception:

But in general, if you’re looking for simple and elegant at your wedding, one shade of one color makes a strong statement, such as in this bridal bouquet of sunflowers, black-eyed Susans and blanket flowers.

Or if you prefer red, blue, green, purple…there’s a bouquet out there for you.


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Finally, nothing is as classic or as spectacular as an all-white wedding.


Image via Happy Wedd

How do you feel about monochromatic wedding flowers? Love them—hate them? Give Bella Flowers a call at 631.271.7050 and make an appointment to talk about your beautiful wedding.

Sparkling Pointe Spring Wedding


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Late spring is an amazing time of the year—the weather is warm, but not oppressive, and peonies are flowering. And this week’s wedding, held at Long Island’s own Sparkling Pointe vineyard, with a sophisticated pink, silver and gray color scheme, was all about pink peonies. As designed by Bella Flowers, of course.














What a beautiful, classic wedding: peonies and roses, a church wedding and a vineyard reception. And of course a beautiful bride and a handsome groom who are obviously in love. Just perfect. If you’re inspired by this wedding, or if you have a vision of your own, give Bella Flowers a call at 631.271.7050 and make an appointment to discuss the most beautiful day of your life.

Something Blue Wedding Flowers, Part II


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Did you enjoy last week’s post about blue wedding flowers? Well, that was only the first half. You might think there aren’t many truly blue flowers, with no dyeing involved, but if you want to incorporate blue tones into your wedding, and even if you’re not a big fan of hydrangeas, your choices aren’t all that limited. Last week we went over hyacinths, muscari, tweedia and blue thistles, but there are so many other beautiful blue flowers out there. Hold onto your bouquets….

Iris is one of those flowers that often look best on their own, massed together in a bouquet or in a vase. That’s certainly true in these examples:


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But irises can also look beautiful when combined with other flowers.  Such as here, mixed with muscari, hyacinth and freesia:

In this bridesmaid’s bouquet hyacinths are lovely combined with white sweetheart roses:


This stunning blue bouquet mixes light blue irises with lily of the valley, delphinium, and hydrangea:

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Scabiosa aren’t one of the flowers that every bride asks for in her bridal bouquet or wedding flowers. But they’re different and can make quite a statement, especially in a blue bouquet of scabiosa, white ranunculus, and green raspberries.


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Here scabiosa are combined with white peonies, sweet peas and lilac to create an absolutely showstopping bridal bouquet:


Image from Salt Harbor Designs, via Weddbook

Nigella is another unusual blue flower, also called love-in-a-mist. It’s been grown in cottage gardens for generations and can give a lovely cottage or wildflower style to wedding arrangements. Nigella and scabiosa look delicate and romantic in this alternative to the popular flower crown.


Image from Taylor and Porter Photographers, via the Natural Wedding Company

This beautiful bridal bouquet combines nigella with thistles, hydrangeas, peonies, delphinium, astrantia and freesia:Gareth-and-Shelley-Wedding-43 (1)

Image from Katherine Ashdown Photography, via Whimsical Wonderland Weddings

Blue anemones are another flower that make a strong statement in a bouquet or arrangement. Vivid blue anemones are combined with fresh cotton, pale blue hyacinth and muscari to create this bouquet:

Blue anemones mixed with purple hydrangea and light blue muscari makes a stunning presentation:


Image via Amy Arrington Photography, via Tulle and Chantilly

Delphinium are versatile wedding flowers—in their tall, complete state they are a wonderful statement flower for receptions and altar arrangements. Miniature delphinium stems or single flowers are beautiful in bouquets or boutonnieres.

Delphinium suits this informal summer wildflower bouquet:


Image by Tarah Coonan Photography, via Rock My Wedding

Light blue and dark blue delphinium are combined with hydrangea and thistle to create this naturally blue bouquet:


Image by Studio 11 Weddings, via Something Turquoise

This incredible ombré arrangement of delphinium would be a striking addition to an escort table (or wherever you’d like to put it!):


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Delphinium is often used to give a wildflower or rustic/country vibe to weddings, but here light and dark blue delphinium stalks are a very modern addition to this bar setup:


Image by Paul Loftland Photography

At this wedding delphinium was combined with hydrangea and roses in tall vases to spectacular effect:

There are other, less common blue wedding flowers such as lisianthus and veronica which are more usually seen in conjunction with other flowers, but these lovely posies of spiky veronica and soft blue lisianthus would be appropriate for a more minimalist bride:

Berries and succulents are not, technically, flowers, but they can be an attractive and effective method of adding blue tones to any bouquet:


Image by Sylvie Gil Photography, via Brides


Image by Erika Parker Photography, via The Knot


Image by Jeremy and Alicia Brown Photography, via Deer Pearl Flowers

The most common blue wedding flower is, of course, the hydrangea. Both beautiful and inexpensive (compared to many other flowers), hydrangeas are extremely popular, but have not supplanted roses and peonies as the most popular wedding flower just yet. What’s not to love in this photo of an adorable flower girl bedecked in peonies and blue hydrangea?


Image by Katherine Ashdown Photography, via Whimsical Wonderland Weddings

If you missed Part I of our post about blue wedding flowers go back and read it now. If you’re already inspired, give us a call at 631.271.7050 and make an appointment to discuss the most beautiful day of your life.