Wedding Bouquet Ideas from Around The Net

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I was happily surfing the Interwebs this morning, gleefully soaking up so many different wedding bouquet ideas and fashion flower eye-candies – when I thought “How selfish of me – to keep all of these fine wedding flowers to myself!”. So here’s some of the gorgeous flower fancies I stumbled upon as clicked from petal to petal like some kind of wifi-enabled pixie… or something … read on, hopefully it will all make sense at some point 🙂

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Wedding Bouquet Ideas by Willetton Wedding Flowers

Wedding Bouquet Ideas by Willetton Wedding Flowers

Candice’s divine wedding blooms!!

Love these wedding bouquet ideas from the team at Perth’s Willetton Wedding Flowers. Featuring wedding flower faves like roses, hyacinths, snowberry and Lisianthus. Lots of lovely pink, peach, white and apricot tones – yummy!

Click through to check out the wedding flower arrangements in their Facebook gallery

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Lego Buttonholes and Batman Shoes!

Lego buttonholes

Lego buttonholes (!) by Sassafras Flower Design

Not brand new but I only just came across this awesome wedding. I can fully appreciate this may all be too way out for some but this is my style down to a tee – rock n’ roll, quirky, cool and fun. Great wedding flower arrangements by Jessica from Sassafras Flower Design and really, really awesome photos by Brown Paper Parcel. Also, I want those Batman shoes.

Wedding Centerpiece Ideas Featuring Proteas

I just totally love proteas and think they could be more utilised in bridal flowers – not that they never are, but more –  I want more!

Came across a blog post this morning chock-a-block full of proteas and just totally love this wedding table centrepiece idea here. Vibrant work by Into the Woods – no guests falling asleep at this wedding methinks! … Of course it might not be a wedding … but you know, they’re definitely event flowers – which by the way, we are the nation’s highest quality provider thereof ;-P

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Wedding centrepiece idea featuring proteas

Wedding centrepiece idea featuring proteas

 More Wedding Bouquet Ideas – and Centerpieces Too

Some great work over here at Hello May by one of our 2014 Top Gun competition winners, Michelle from Affair With George Flowers. Love this centrepiece below, photographed by Lara Hotz Photography

More wedding flower ideas

More wedding flower ideas

Some Flower Fashion Fun

And last but not least here’s some flower fashion fabulousness by the queen of floral fashion herself – Julia Rose. Says Julia: “It fills me with joy … it gives you a little glimpse into what it takes to bring a creation to life, 12 hours for just a few still shots.” Well worth the effort I reckon!

Would you like your floral design featured in our wedding flowers blog?
If so then please email Seamus and answer the following question: What wedding flower trends have you been seeing in 2014 so far? What colour palletes, flowers and styles, etc?
Include a short one or two sentence answer, optionally also send in a photo of YOUR own work and/or a link to your website.

Note: I have taken care to credit creators where due, if I have missed anyone or if you would like your work removed, please let me know and it will be no problem.

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Seamus is Tesselaar Flowers' digital marketing manager. He's a creative marketing geek, writer, musician & accidental flower lover. He helps small businesses with websites and web marketing. If you need any help regarding the Tesselaars website you can contact him on seamuse@tesselaars.com

Comments

  1. I think I spend way to much time on the interwebs looking for inspiration! haha I am loving the Succulent trend at the moment. But OMG how great are the Lego Buttonholes? So cool! Sally

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