Welcome Back!

We are thrilled to welcome visitors back to Lake Tahoe after the recent Caldor Fire. Thanks to the tireless work of all the front-line heroes and agencies who worked to protect our town and forests, Tahoe South is open and thriving. It’s the perfect time to secure your wedding date!

You have chosen one of the most spectacular places in the world to exchange vows, South Lake Tahoe. For all of the outdoor beauty this area has to offer wedding couples, flower arrangements and bouquets almost seem an afterthought. But the florists in the South Lake Tahoe area have tons of experience with alpine weddings — no matter what the season. From a crisp white winter wedding to those warm days of summer on the lake, we’ve got just the right floral touches to make your day complete.

Traditional flowers bring charm
Are you looking for beautiful flowers for your South Lake Tahoe wedding that bring a traditional feel to your celebration? Roses evoke a message of love and tradition, any time of year. Traditionally the bride’s bouquet would be white or ivory, the focal point usually roses complemented with clematis, freesia, lily-of-the-valley, sweet peas, calla lilies, orchids or stephanotis. The bridesmaid’s bouquets can incorporate the same flowers, but in a color that complements their gowns. Boutonnieres for the groom and attendants can be both simple and elegant when you use a single white rosebud.

A modern twist of color
Many brides are moving away from the traditional and embracing the modern trend of brighter colors in wedding floral arrangements — even in the bride’s bouquet. From perfect pinks and pale lavenders to a burst of orange and yellow, there is no limit to the colors you can bring into your wedding with flowers. Whatever the season, your South Lake Tahoe florist can recommend a variety of flower choices to complement both your colors and the theme of your wedding. Depending on your décor and venue, you can add bright flowers along the aisle for the ceremony, vibrant centerpieces on the dining tables in the reception area, flowers for the cake top and colorful rose petals in a basket for the flower girl to toss along the aisle.

Season by season
No matter when you are planning to get married, your wedding flowers will add a special touch that evokes the feeling of the season. White flowers would be striking for a winter wedding, especially in a venue like the North Room at Edgewood Tahoe, which has floor-to-ceiling windows boasting an incredible view of the wintery outdoors. Bright red roses are also a stunning choice during the winter months, as a striking contrast against the white snow and dimmer light of day.

Are you thinking about a spring or summer wedding? The spring and summer seasons in Lake Tahoe are known for gorgeous wildflowers that cover meadows and line hiking trails. Why not incorporate them into your bridal bouquet? South Lake Tahoe area florists will know exactly how to bring the beauty of your surroundings into your wedding celebration.

Planning a fall wedding in South Shore? Think gorgeous deep reds, stunning yellows and vibrant oranges, complemented by greenery or dried grasses. The beauty of the surrounding mountains provides the perfect backdrop for your one-of-a-kind fall wedding flowers.

Your South Lake Tahoe wedding will be an event to remember, no matter the season. With the help of a Lake Tahoe florist, you can choose the bouquets and floral arrangements that best suit your wedding and style.