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. How blooming lovely…

Related article: Wedding trends 2019: Lush blooms

RealWedding_Frankie_Owen-118From the wedding of Hayley + Sarm

We still can’t get over this amazing Cabarita Beach wedding – that floral arbour! Adding to it all, bride Hayley carried an oversized bouquet of lush phalaenopsis orchids and palm leaves. Tropical-luxe style? Nailed it!

final-725-of-980-Emily-NathanFrom the wedding of Emily + Nathan

Another oversized bouquet that’s stolen our hearts, this extraordinary creation looked spectacular at Emily and Nathan’s wedding! Made up of phalaenopsis orchids, king proteas and peach-toned anthuriums, it was an outstanding bouquet that we won’t soon forget!

Kellie+Tyrone-426From the wedding Kellie + Tyrone

These bouquets! Sigh! Saying “I do” in a dreamy beach wedding (be sure to check out their amazing ceremony setup!), Kellie and Tyrone celebrated in serious style… right down to the flowers. Opting to keep the colour palette simple for her bridesmaids, Kellie went for a colourful bouquet with peonies, roses, phalaenopsis orchids and anthuriums. We’re obsessed with the mix of bright and muted tones – a fabulous way to change things up for the bridal party!

Barbara-Ana-RW-SS18-feature-1200x680From the wedding of Barbara + Ana

Embracing a classic look, Barbara and Ana carried greenery-filled bouquets of peach- and pink-hued roses, dahlias and banksias. Their grand bloom-covered arbour was also so, so lovely…

LAURENOLIVIA-81From the wedding of Nicole + Matt

The ‘fresh and chic’ look has really been big this year and we can see why – it’s gorgeous! Going for this style, Nicole and her bridesmaids carried bouquets with a green-and-white colour palette. Full of delightful blooms like dahlias, gyp and roses, they looked stunning against the bridal party’s contemporary ivory dresses.

RW-Ashton-Mike-09From the wedding of Ashton + Mike

Another major trend for 2019? Burgundy tones and deep reds! This romantic colour palette (also mixed with pops of pink and peach) made Ashton’s bouquet utterly breathtaking! The grand size and the native Australian greenery are both touches we also can’t get enough of!

Kirby-Sean-387From the wedding of Kirby + Sean

We wouldn’t be able to hold back from smiling like Kirby and her bridesmaids if we got to carry these incredible bouquets! Colours like burgundy, white, sage-green, peach and mustard-yellow all worked beautifully for these wonderful creations, featuring banksias and old-world roses.

Chelsea-George-RW-SS18-18From the wedding of Chelsea + George

Want to keep things simple but still stunning? Chelsea’s bouquet was the perfect example of understated elegance, made up of bright greenery and fresh white blooms. If you’re unsure about going with this look, talk to your florist about making impact with the size of the actual arrangement and of the flowers. A mix of big- and small-petalled flowers will really make a difference!

jamesandromy-0610-2From the wedding of Romy + James

Also going with a simple (but fabulous!) look, Romy and her bridesmaids went for large bouquets of native Australian greenery. Ideally complementing the countryside setting and the bridal party’s autumnal-hued outfits, the moody colour palette of deep green and rust-toned browns really caught out eye!

RealWedding_Tralisa_Thorburn25From the wedding of Tralisa + Scott

How marvellous is Tralisa’s big and bold bouquet? Masses of greenery and large blooms like king proteas and dahlias made this brilliant creation a stand-out for us. We also love the little touches of pale blue popping through, thanks to the timeless thistles. Very sweet…

Amanda_Owen-401From the wedding of Amanda + Owen

Also taking a leaf out of the ‘native Australian greenery’ book (pun intended), Amanda and her bridesmaids mixed things up a little with eucalyptus leaves, gumnuts and white roses.

Hope-Jeremy-RW-SS18-15From the wedding of Hope + Jeremy

Banksias, proteas, eucalyptus leaves – what’s not to love? Inspired by the rugged countryside setting, Hope went for an Australian-native-focused bouquet that had just the right amount of femininity. A new classic, perhaps? We’d be okay with that!

SS18-RW-Sam-Dylan-11From the wedding of Sam + Dylan

Focusing on lush greenery, Sam went for palm leaves and white freesias for her special day. Seeming to soften the overall look for her and Dylan’s industrial-inspired celebration, these beauties looked all the more incredible when the bridal party gathered under a jaw-dropping greenery hanging installation for the reception. Very cool!

rw-sherri-sam16From the wedding of Sherry + Sam

We’re not sure what we love more – the bouquets or the bridesmaids’ dresses! Helping to up the elegance for Sherry and Sam’s boho-inspired wedding, the bridal party’s enchanting bouquets featured David Austin roses and Insta-ready red and almost-black hues.

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