Deciding on your wedding bouquet can be really overwhelming, there are so many different options out there and whilst your florist will help and guide you, it is good to have some ideas of what you like and what you don’t like. A great starting point is to create a Pinterest board with everything you’re drawn to, whether it’s because you love it or loath it. This is also a great way to help your florist understand the vision you have for your wedding day and how flowers will play a part.
When you’re gathering ideas, think about colours you like – do you have an idea of the colour palette featured throughout your wedding? Have you chosen your bridesmaid dresses? Do you like classic bouquets, sleek and stylish, wild and loose? Classic and round, single stem, cascading? Small, delicate or statement?
Be true to your own style, don’t feel like you have to follow the trends or be matchy-matchy with your other wedding flowers.
Here is just a selection of some wedding bouquet ideas to get you started:
Peach and white garden roses contrast with burgundy dahlias, eucalyptus and mixed greenery.
Single Stem Minimalist
This beautiful dahlia is paired with a single spray of greenery, elegant and chic for those that want a simple bouquet
A wildflower bouquet of bold statements colours
A timeless mix of orchids, roses, and lily of the valley that gently cascades to create an elegant bouquet
Wild and Loose
A colourful mix of light pink anemones, peach roses, light pink garden roses, pink lisianthus and light pink dahlias with eucalyptus and blackberries for added texture and volume.
Classic and Timeless
A textured bouquet of lilac, peach and pale pink roses, mixed with Dusty Miller
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