Wedding Bouquet Inspiration
With Spring just around the corner (ok, ignore the fact that there is still a bit of snow around) there’s going to be flowers popping up everywhere. This is one of my favourite times of the year. I’m a sucker for pretty flowers so today seems like the perfect excuse to share some wedding bouquet inspiration. There are so many options out there that sometimes it’s hard to know how to pick your wedding bouquet. The good news is wedding florists are great at helping you pick something that will fit in really well with your wedding day. Things to help give you some inspiration for you wedding bouquet, what time of year are you getting married? This will determine what flowers will be available for you, again your florist will know all of this information if you’re not sure. You can think about things like, the colour scheme of your day or the wedding theme you’re going for. Are you having a bit more of a rustic day so you might want some hessian incorporated into your wedding bouquet. Maybe you’re having a relaxed garden party wedding so you might fancy lots of wild flowers. Some great wedding bouquet inspiration and one of my all time favourite bouquets comes from Charlotte & Matt’s wedding last year. They had a gorgeous summer wedding and Charlotte had a beautiful sunflower wedding bouquet with lots of ribbons hanging off, it was absolutely stunning.
With the flowers that you have around your wedding venue you can choose to match them with the wedding bouquet or you could just have something that matches the same kind of theme. I personally love the idea of potted plants or old bottles, tins or Maison jars with flowers in. A great place to start would be to follow some florists who have made some wedding bouquets you’ve really liked. Once you book your wedding florist it will be much easier to get the ball rolling as you’ll have lots of expert advice on hand to help you pick and create the perfect wedding bouquet!!
Let me know where is your favourite place is to look for wedding bouquet inspiration. I alway like Pinterest, it can be a great place even just to figure out the names of flowers and which type you like the look of.
Also a little shout out to three of my favourite wedding florists, Gill Pike, Hannah Berry and Kate Avery