Beautiful bouquets, pretty posies and fabulous floral masterpieces
With this late summer sunshine bathing us all in it’s golden glory, I though it would be lovely to bring a splash of summer flora to the blog this morning. I love photographing flowers-whether that’s a simple posey, an intricately grand bouquet or something a little quirky, I adore flowers. When I got married I had no idea about flowers-then again I was 23-I didn’t have a clue! Now I would be spoilt for choice-so many fabulous florists out there-real artists who make a simple flower into a work of art.
So today a little floral inspiration from real weddings we have photographed. What’s your favourite and why?
Why have a traditional bouquet when you could add to your handbag collection -courtesy of Rosa and co
Classic creamy roses
Add a touch of sparkle and trailing ivy like this posey by Rosa and co
Why not go for something more structural?
Peaches and oranges work well together
Burnt orange lillies add drama to candle centrepieces
Go for a dramatic splash of colour
Or keep it classic and soft
Choose a bouquet that compliments your dress shape and colour
Cool white loveliness
Why not mix your flowers with feathers?
Try your hand at making your own bouquet-this is fab!
Pretty pink peonies for a Spring wedding
Rich red roses-perfect for a Christmas weddingPink roses and pearls -classically beautiful
Flout convention and opt for this structural gypsopila bouquet
Add a touch of decadence with peacock feathers and dark lilliesPeachy roses, ribbon and feathers-another gorgeous Rosa and co creation
Hot pink gerberas star in this bouquet
Or why not use gerberas in a simple posey
Clash your colours like Kate did in this elaborate coral and purple masterpiece
Pure white loveliness by Rosa and co
Make your bouquet an heirloom like this beautiful bouquet made of mum's wedding dress and family jewellery
Wrist corsages made a lovely alternative to bouquets-this cat agrees!
Go for drama-another fab structural Rosa and co creation
White tulips and beautiful iris make a lovely fresh posey
So there you go -lots of lovely floral inpsiration -what’s your favourite and why?