The second bouquet was formed using the prettiest pale, peachy pink rose as the basis. We combined this with fresh garden Lavender, Veronica and Eustoma. Again some garden foliage, this time Myrtle and only one or two Jasmine curls added to that 'handpicked' feel.
After talking to Emma further about the 'Vintage' theme it would seem that this popular choice is set to continue with 2013 / 2014 brides. Speaking in a professional capacity, vintage florals are so effortlessly beautiful. There are so many options available... Here I stuck to rose combinations but the greater the variety of flowers you have the better it looks! Anenomes, with their dark hearts, married with fluffy Stocks, Astilbe and Eustoma... Just stunning! Do away with the formality factor and opt for jam jars and enamel jugs full of flowers for table centres. Vintage teacups are proving a popular choice amongst brides... flowers arranged in clusters within them can be used as relaxed centrepieces and can create beautiful favours for your guests to take home and treasure!
I have been so so busy lately planning some fantastic events and shoots with some great suppliers across the Cotswolds and South West. Do sit tight for some more fabulous inspiration coming your way very soon... Theres a very busy winter ahead of me!!!
With thanks to:
- The very beautiful Harriet for modelling for us.
- The stunning range of dresses brought to us by the very lovely Emma of The Bridal Room Broadway
- The fabulous photos by Adorable Moments Photography
- Bouquets designs and created by me... Stephanie Saunders