Hello! I’m Meg a wedding florist in Bristol. Welcome to my latest real wedding blog post full of seasonal advice, tips and inspiration. I love working with my gorgeous couples and sharing the beautiful, floral filled photos from their day.
Sophie and Sean Eastington Park December 2019
Elegantly wild and timeless
A simply stunning winter wedding with effortless, naturally beautiful blooms. Seasonal flowers brought together in a simple white and green colour palette.
Their Floral Style
I loved designing Sophie and Sean’s wedding florals. They wanted an informal feel to their day with natural, elegant designs and a bit of Megan Lily unruliness thrown in.
I created an elegant bouquet for Sophie full of delicate winter blooms and lots of foliage for that touch of wild. Also a delicate waxflower crown which she looks so beauuutiful in. Bridesmaids had wild winter posies.
I made gorgeous foliage and herb boutonierres for the chaps and chapess’s which always make such a lovely personal, unique touch.
For the venue I made simple arrangements of white seasonal flowers with lots of lovely foliage, berries, herbs and seed heads to add a wintery feel. All placed in elegant silver vases.
The Mix of Stems
I used delicate, seasonal winter varieties such as ranunculus and beautiful hellebores which have a lovely natural droop and add gorgeous elegantly errant detail to the designs. I also used Avalanche roses, spray roses, white stocks, white eryngium for texture with wax flower and astrantia for prettiness.
Foliage was so important for this wedding. I chose olive, parvifolia eucalyptus and berried eucalyptus. I also used skimmia for the lovely delicate berries.
Sophie’s bouquet snapped by me while working away at my workshop (all other pics by Kitty Wheeler Shaw Photography)
The Wonderful Suppliers
Photography Kitty Wheeler Shaw Photography
Venue Eastington Park
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