This summer I got to make a very bright and colourful fresh floral wedding order with my first fresh floral halos for bridesmaids!
The purples, pinks and ivory’s all work so well together with touches of greenery, makes the summer theme look natural, refreshing and beautiful.
The bridal cascade bouquet was mainly made with purple lisianthus, freesias, roses, ruscus and a touch of sparkle with the brooch and diamante trails. The bridesmaid bouquets were a mixture of roses, freesia’s and again a touch of sparkle too. The child bridesmaid halo were made with same flowers, so simple yet looks amazing! And not forgetting the grooms buttonhole with the ivory rose and purple lisianthus.
These colours work well together, looks great and still has my signature with the touches of sparkles!
For many years the bridal bouquets has been made in many different styles such as the classic hand tied bouquet, cascade bouquet, sheaf bouquet and the pomander.
As fashion trends are constantly changing, so are wedding trends; and bridal bouquets have changed a lot as mentioned in my ‘fresh or faux blog post’. Not only are many brides opting for an everlasting hand tied bouquet, cascade bouquets have changed and becoming a popular choice for brides this coming year.
Below I have created a new everlasting cascade bouquet with trails of pearls and beads, a big trend for this years wedding and looks elegant with the flowing pearls and beads as well as the main floral bouquet too. Another way for those brides who like to different and unique.