This bouquet packs a punch! Vibrant yellow, orange and red hues paired with luscious flowing greenery. Yellow is such a happy hue, which makes it perfect for wedding flowers.
Keep an eye on this blog section for ideas and flower recipes for wedding bouquets and hand-tied bouquets for everyday use.
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This week in ‘What’s in My Bouquet’ features Sophie’s beautiful bridal bouquet using wild lilac flowers. The wedding was held in a picturesque coastal town in mid-September.
Strong teal bridemaids dresses and tweed paired with soft and pastel blooms. Lauren and Rod’s day was elegant and effortlessly romantic.
This week’s bouquet is delicate, pretty and romantic. As far as I’m concerned, there is nothing more romantic than a peony. Ally’s shower bouquet was filled with peonies, sweet avalanche roses, feathery astilbe and luscious greenery.
Feast on eyes on this week’s What is in My Bouquet? Featured in Love My Dress blog, Mr and Mrs Finlay-Gray’s wedding was effortlessly cool and relaxed affair.
Bohemian style wedding with pretty floral crowns + bouquets, portraits in a greenhouse and brunch receptions.
After looking through Pinterest and my favourite wedding blogs for inspiration for this week’s bouquet, I found this absolutely gorgeous bouquet for the bride, Vicki perfectly suited to the autumn season featured on Love My Dress.
The blush and burgundy duo has been the go-to color palette for quite some time now and what’s not to love?
It’s time for another Bouquet Breakdown! These breakdowns can be very helpful especially if you’re not familiar with flowers.
This bouquet has spread-like-wildfire across the internet as it’s organic, loose style is sought after for weddings by brides to be and can you blame them?