Top 10 Bridal Bouquet Designs
4 Dec 2014
Wedding flower trends come and go but there are some classic bouquet designs that will always be show-stoppers. Here are some of our favourite Twisted Willow bouquets from our recent weddings.
Delicate shades of pink and white give this bouquet a romantic feel.
A beautiful mix of larkspur, delphiniums, hydrangea, lisianthus and gypsophilia, loosely tied, creates a sophisticated country garden look.
The addition of bright pink tones gives a modern twist to a classic floral theme.
This vintage style posy bouquet features seven dusky pink Amnesia roses and is bound with cream lace, held together with a line of pearl headed pins.
The overall effect is one of understated elegance that suits the bride’s 1920s theme perfectly.
Natural florals can give a sophisticated twist to meadow style, combining classic roses with lots of small-headed seasonal flowers.
Ferns, trailing ivy and moss introduce a rustic woodland feel.
Classic white flowers are always an elegant choice.
Here we use large headed white hydrangea and ivory roses for a clean and stylish look.
This stunning ball bouquet features beautiful white blooms embellished with delicate clusters of pearls.
Crisp white roses are combined with peonies, scented freesia and lisianthus.
Striking deep purple calla lilies are arranged with modern grasses for this contemporary bouquet.
Smaller bouquets of tulips and calla lilies are a lovely choice for the bridesmaids.
This country garden style bouquet uses classic roses in muted shades of white, ivory and dusky pink.
The roses are loosely gathered with fragrant rosemary, silvery grey eucalyptus and trails of ivy for a natural effect.
Oriental stargazer lilies and graceful calla lilies are set against deep green and variegated foliage for a rich, exotic effect.
Hot pink roses, pink and white oriental lily heads and pink calla lilies are hand tied with delicate trails of asparagus fern for the bridal bouquet with a contrasting effect being chosen for the bridesmaids.
An uplifting meadow theme using bright coloured flowers is a wonderful choice for a summer wedding.
Shades of yellow, red, orange, pink, violet and blue are brought together with plenty of green foliage.
Small headed seasonal flowers in white and ivory with an abundance of mixed green foliage create a lovely rustic bouquet.
Molucella, ferns, grasses and alchamilla mollis can be used to add interest to the plentiful leaves and grasses.
Large headed ivory Avalanche roses look stylish alongside delicate white veronica and small daisies.