The current trend I am noticing is brides requesting natural and unstructured bouquets using seasonal ﬂowers. I am delighted to see a move towards seasonal blooms and source mainly English ﬂowers for this style of bouquet. Here I used fabulous scented garden roses including Romantic Antique, Juliet and Margaret Merrill with trails of garden honeysuckle and jasmine, dainty wind ﬂowers, dahlias and ﬂuffy alchemilla mollis. The pop of deeper colour provides contrast that really makes the peaches and pinks sing and the scent was amazing – which I also think is very important.
- Darling & Wild darlingandwild.co.uk Tunbridge Wells 01892614851
- words: Lara Haynes
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