We love seeing our real brides’ wedding bouquets, so we’ve picked out some of our favourite to share with you for British Flower Week! Get those Pinning fingers ready…
Bride Stacey choose gorgeous greens and ivories for her March wedding, with classic white roses, eucalyptus and plenty of foliage. We love the sweet brooch and pearl attachment on the handle, too. See the rest of the wedding here.
For a standout Winter bouquet, you can’t go wrong with a combo of bold pink protea and beautiful red roses. Bride Farrah paired them with frothy palm foliage for her November day. See the rest of the wedding here.
Bride Kathryn wanted a rustic look for her September wedding, and achieved it perfectly with this elegant wedding bouquet of pale pink roses, ivory hydrangea and a pop of blue thistle. See the rest of the wedding here.
There are so many flowers in bride Jeska’s colourful May bouquet that we can hardly name them all! Daisies, peonies, ranunculus, sweet peas, craspedia, delphiniums… the list goes on and on! See the rest of the wedding here.
We love the chic combination of lilac and sage shades in bride Katie’s bouquet for her May wedding. The base of green hydrangea works beautifull with lilac-coloured roses, thistles and lavender. See the rest of the wedding here.
This beautiful pairing of pink roses with coral and white peonies gives bride Stacey’s wedding bouquet a truly romantic feel that was perfect for her June celebration. See the rest of the wedding here.
Wedding bouquets made of one bloom always have the wow-factor, and we love that March bride Sunny choose sleek white tulips for a modern take on a white bouquet. See the rest of the wedding here.
Bride Kate went for plenty of foliage and branchwork to give her Winter wedding bouquet a wild country feel, topping the look off with a gold-sprayed succulent in the centre. We love it! See the rest of the wedding here.
Clever bride Amy opted for silk blooms for her Halloween wedding, which helped her to achieve this gorgeous combination of purples, ivory and orange, with touches of gold (check out the brooches hidden in the bouquets!). See the rest of the wedding here.
For a statement pop of colour, glam bride Claire combined blue orchids and green chrysamthemum with classic white roses and gerberas for her August wedding bouquet. See the rest of the wedding here.
For her English country garden wedding in May, bride Kimberley chose wild-looking blooms like gypsophila, daisies, thistles and hypericum berries to create an unstructured look for her bouquet. See the rest of the wedding here.
To see more wedding bouquets and flower inspiration, visit our Details & Themes section!