Wedding Flowers

Bouquets we’re loving from real weddings

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If there’s ever a time to go all-0ut with flowers, it’s at your wedding. So with that in mind, we’ve put together a little collection of our favourite, most fabulous bouquets from the gorgeous real weddings that cross our desk on a day-to-day basis.

From the wedding of Carleen and Paul

A simply gorgeous arrangement with peach and bright pink tones, Carleen’s cascading bouquet was bang on-trend yet totally timeless.


From the wedding of Sophie and Clint

We’re crushing on the fresh peach tones of Sophie’s posy bouquet. A super-sweet look, the bouquet featured native Australian greenery to tie it into the wedding location.


From the wedding of Bec and John

A classic look, Bec’s round bouquet was utterly enchanting and featured a traditional mix of pink, white and green tones.


From the wedding of Tyla and Luke

How summery does this bouquet look? A loose posy of greenery and stark white tones, Tyla’s bouquet used an old-school favourite – calla lilies.


From the wedding of Tim and Tamara

We just can’t get over the colour at this wedding! The bright orange, pink and yellow tones of Tamara’s posy bouquet catch the eye and looked incredible with the bridesmaids’ nude-toned dresses and the groom’s on-trend blue suit.


From the wedding of Ashley and Rayno

An elegant look, Ashley’s round bouquet used shades of peach and orange to match her colour palette. A go-to look for decades, the round bouquet looks incredible using a mix of blooms or just the one type.


From the wedding of Kirstel and Scott

And, more beautiful ways to incorporate native Australian flora into your wedding bouquet – we love the addition of eucalyptus in Kirstel’s posy bouquet.


From the wedding of Alex and Josh

How charming is this little nosegay bouquet? Slightly smaller than the posy bouquet, nosegay bouquets typically feature more flowers than greenery and are the perfect option for brides wearing eye-catching, detailed dresses.


From the wedding of Anna and Zac

A unique combination of colours, Anna’s posy bouquet included old-school favourites like roses and snapdragons.


From the wedding of Emma and Nick

Simple and classic, Emma’s round bouquet used muted yet beautiful tones to match her colour scheme. The pops of peachy orange brighten the look just the right amount.


From the wedding of Rachell and Marvin

Now that’s how you do a cascading bouquet. What really made Rachell’s stunning bouquet were the white phalaenopsis orchids and drooping ferns.


From the wedding of Grace and Stephen

The dusty shades of pink, lemon, white and grey in these loose posies really suit the bridesmaids’ dresses at the wedding of Grace and Steven. Just blooming lovely…


From the wedding of Sarah and Billy

Opting for an all-white colour palette, Sarah’s posy bouquet used bold, dark-toned greenery to offset the stark-white blooms.


From the wedding of Libby and Wayne

How gorgeous are the proteas in this loose posy? We’re kind of obsessed with bouquets that showcase native Australian blooms – can you tell?


From the wedding of Nikki and Lloyd

A dramatic look, Nikki’s cascading bouquet featured bold red and dark tones, proving you don’t have to have an ultra-feminine bouquet.

 

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