This handtied bouquet is perfect for a vintage wedding. The feature flowers are kale, hyacinth and yoko ono chrysanthemums
a perfect spring bouquet – hot pink ranunculas contrast with pastel pink roses, white freesias, pink sweet pea
sooo excited, we have been asked to make this wedding bouquet for the couple’s Aussie wedding – the photo is of their English wedding ceremony.
The bouquet features white roses and freesias
This gorgeus wedding bouquet is perfect for vintage style informal weddings. Lavender is a perfect complement to the anemone and dusty miller and adds a wonderful perfume.
I love this rustic wedding bouquet by Kavelle Flowers designer, Cate. It features hyacinths, dusty miler and freesias. A must for a country wedding
This beautiful spring flower bouquet features sweet peas, alstromeria, stock and roses. It has the perfect vintage, romantic wedding feel.
I love this scented loose handtied vintage wedding bouquet with soft pinks and purple sweetpeas. The pearls add a romantic touch and highlight the colours of the bouquet.
And the best bit of all – the fragrance and perfume of the flowers.
Sydney brides can have this style of bouquet during the winter months when sweetpeas are available.
This funky wedding bouquet is a mix of native and exotic flowers – Australian native gum, traditional roses, dusty miller, kale, tulips and “grey beard” (that’s the stringy greenery in the bouquet).
Perfect for a vintage wedding!!
For her recent wedding, Kate carried a vintage loose hand-tied wedding bouquet of roses, lisianthus and marguerites (or daisies as they are known in Australia). Her tiny attendants carried similar poses with marguerites, sweet peas and gerberas daisy.
Kate Moss, following Royal Kate’s choice of flower circlets for her flowergirls, chose flower cirlets of ivory bud roses and daisies for her attendants.
Expect to see a lot more flower circlets for flowergirls in the future!!
Our bride wanted vintage roses in mauve and apricot hues to complement her ivory gown.
She was delighted with them and even took the time to email use before going on her honeymoon: