We can’t quite believe that another year has come and (almost) gone too! We have had the pleasure of creating floral arrangements for a host of special parties, events and weddings in 2015. To celebrate the end of an exciting year, and to inspire the one ahead we thought we would look at what may be the most special arrangement of all, the bridal bouquet through each season.
This beautiful bouquet marked the start of spring at Amanda Austin Flowers. It featured a delicate array including pale blue Muscari, white Ranunculus, Freesia, and the first of the English Sweet Peas. Needless to say, it smelt divine too!
The summer months are always wonderful for wedding flowers, particularly if you are a fan of Peonies. This breathtaking teardrop bouquet included white Peonies alongside classic white Roses, Sweet Peas and scented English Stock. The perfume was quite something too.
We created an entirely different effect for this bridal bouquet, crafted from a gorgeous selection of Roses in dusky romantic shades. Faith, Amnesia, and Supper Bubbles Spray Roses were amongst the mix and they featured throughout the wedding flowers, which you can read more about here.
As summer drew to a close and autumn began to creep in we worked on this stunning bouquet featuring no less than eight flowers and herbs! White Avalanche and Coolwater Roses were nestled amongst Lisianthus, Honeymoon Freesia, Snowflake Spray Roses, Rosemary and Mint for an eye-catching, artisan effect.
This autumnal bouquet was a more traditional arrangement of Roses, Madame Bombastic Roses and Snowflake Spray Roses alongside seasonal Snowberries. The soft peachy shades made for a beautifully feminine bouquet, and we included peach accents in the floral arch, church flowers and reception arrangements too. Take a further look at each one here.
Back at the very start of 2015 we created this unusual bridal bouquet, full of the richest winter colours. Peach Roses contrasted with dark Calla Lilies, and we included Orchids to give the bouquet its mesmerizing sense of movement. It’s always such a pleasure to hear about the different visions that our brides have, and this bouquet was such a joy to create.
Our final bridal bouquet was another unique creation for a Christmassy wedding at Claridges. The bride carried ten white Lilies, hand delivered and bound together with white ribbon. A simple, yet effective statement bouquet!
If you would like to speak to us about wedding flowers then please do get in touch, and take a look at our Pinterest and wedding gallery for more inspiration! You can also find out a little bit more about our work for weddings here.