Last year I put together a post to inspire brides-to-be by using all my favourite bouquet shots as a starting point to create wedding colour palettes.
If I’m honest, the item was meant to be a fun post for a quiet January weekday on the blog. I didn’t know at the time that it would become quite as popular (to date it’s been view 2634 times), or that it would, shall we say, be ‘shared’ so many times with the images being featured on many other blogs around the world (a Malaysian blog for example). Anyway, it’s good to know that so many people have viewed the work of these talented florists, and maybe even emanated the arrangements they’ve seen, and hopefully some brides have even been inspired to choose their wedding day colours after something caught their eye.
So here, due to popular demand (I’ve always wanted to say that), are some more luscious, beautiful bouquets, for you brides to enjoy.
These first three amazing bouquets are the work of Kent based florist Bloomingayles.
Love these subtle and sophisticated blooms by Surrey based florist The White Orchid for Sarah’s bouquet.
A beautiful Spring bouquet with soft pinks for Louise’s Loseley House wedding by The Lavender Hill Company.
Emma chose classic pretty pink for her bouquet for her wedding at the Turkey Mill in Kent.
I love the absolute freshness of this blue and white bouquet for Sarah’s blue themed wedding.
Georgie’s vibrant bouquet was an absolute stunner for her seaside wedding at Camber Sands, beautifully crafted by Cafe des fleurs.
Katrina chose this bold and elegant tonal bouquet for her red themed London wedding at Burgh House.
I loved Eleanor’s choice of cream flowers and red Winter berries for her Christmas wedding at Cain Manor.
Also from Eleanor’s wedding, a perfect Winter bridesmaids bouquet! I loved these deep velvety roses mixed with berries. They looked so pretty with the crimson frocks.
See more ~ Bouquet Colour Palettes