Monday, 9 December 2019

White roses and eucalyptus wedding flower bouquets and buttonholes

On one of the hottest days of the summer we created wedding flowers for a sophisticated yet simple wedding. The brief; white roses and plenty of foliage!
This bride wanted a handful of gorgeous white roses in her bouquet surrounded by trailing eucalyptus to give a waterfall effect.
Six gorgeous avalanche roses with lots of populus seeded eucalyptus created the perfect bouquet. The stems were bound with material off cuts from the bride's dress.

The 4 bridesmaids each carried a dainty posy of eucalyptus with a few sprigs of gyp for colour.

The bridal bouquets all ready for delivery to the bride

The 11 groomsmen all wore a simple white rose with eucalyptus sprigs and stems bound in white twine.

Groomsmen buttonholes ready for delivery to the reception venue where the boys are staying.

This bride already had a clear vision of what she wanted for her flowers and with a little help to fine tune these we made her flower/foliage dreams come true.
Never be afraid to state what you want for your flowers, should you know, we can either go straight with what you want or if not quite possible, for some reason, we will talk through alternatives to achieve a happy compromise.

Book your consultation with our flower expert florist and talk through your flower plans

Sandra x

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