Billy Heroman's Weddings

Spotlight- The Diverse Beauty of Orchids

There may be nothing more elegant for a bride to carry down the aisle than a bouquet of orchids. Representing love, luxury, and beauty, this exotic bloom positively exudes the essence of the wedding day.  From the bridal bouquet to the ceremony flowers and cake decor, the beauty of orchids is unparalleled.

The wedding floral designers at Billy Heroman’s Flowers understand that with the vast array of varieties that the orchid represents – across the full range of colors –  that you may need some guidance in choosing which orchid will best convey your heartfelt sentiments of the day. Therefore we decided to let the flower largely speak for itself, and to present you with just a few of the diverse faces of the remarkable orchid.

Green cymbidium orchids are a trending choice for brides this year, selected for their exotic color and opulent visage.  Whether the focal point for the bouquet or adorning the wedding cake, these flowers are stunning.

The deep purple blues of dendrobium orchids combine with white roses for a magical bouquet that is vividly romantic.

White cymbidium orchids are the showstopper in this lovely bouquet which utilizes cool shades of green, blue and purple for an unforgettable spring bouquet.

Another orchid bridal bouquet, but with a completely different presentation.  These striking mauve orchids blend with pussy willow and calla lilies for a unique look sure to please the bride looking for something different and memorable.

If you are hoping to incorporate the beauty of orchids into your day, set up an appointment with one of our expert wedding consultants, who can advise you as to the best varieties for you to consider given your dresses, venue, and budget. Whether you choose to create an all-orchid wedding or are instead inspired to showcase orchids among other blooms, we are positive that you will love the result. Come see us today – because when it comes to Baton Rouge and Port Allen weddings, no one delivers more beauty than Billy Heroman’s Flowers.