What’s in My Bouquet? The Essence of Autumn

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This week’s bouquet features the work of Rebecca Avery Flowers in Chelmsford, Essex.

An apt bouquet for this season, capturing the essence of autumn with it’s rich colour palette and loose style. See below to view just some of the fabulous flowers that were used in this brides bouquet…

FAYE & EDDIE
Florist: Rebecca Avery // Photography: Kathryn Hopkins

Ingredients:

Dahlia Cafe Au Lait

Protea

Rose Caramel Antike

Amaranthus Red (Upright), Hot Biscuits and Yearning Desert Cream

Eucalyptus Baby Blue, Cinerea and Robusta (short)

Chrysanthemum Spray Bartoli

Chrysanthemum Santini Ellison Salmon

Waxflower Guy

Olive Branches

Rose Wild Look

 

FAYE & EDDIE
Florist: Rebecca Avery // Photography: Kathryn Hopkins
FAYE & EDDIE
Florist: Rebecca Avery // Photography: Kathryn Hopkins

Rebecca Avery, inspired by the colour and texture of our ever changing seasons, created these beautiful arrangements for Faye and Eddie’s Wedding Day using flowers from Triangle Nursery. Below take a sneak peak at the gold geometric centre pieces.

FAYE & EDDIE
Sneak Peak at the Table Centres // Florist: Rebecca Avery // Photography: Kathryn Hopkins

For more Real Weddings and Floristry by Rebecca Avery Flowers, visit the webpage at www.rebeccaaveryflowers.com/weddingflowers

To view all the flowers mentioned in this blog, visit Triangle Nursery’s website at www.trianglenursery.co.uk or contact us directly on 01394 385 832 if you have any questions or enquiries.

Photography by Kathryn Hopkins Photography, based in Suffolk / Essex. She is known for her delicate, romantic, and timeless photography, which has a pretty editorial feel. Visit the webpage at kathrynhopkinsphotography.co.uk/

 

For us, this is a perfect opportunity to help & inspire you for your upcoming events; identifying flower varieties that will work well with your colour scheme and the type of arrangements you would like to create, along with knowledge on how many stems to use and help you any other questions you may have along your flower journey.

 

Thank you for reading

 

Laura

Triangle Nursery Ltd 

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