Bridal Inspiration – Winter into Spring
I’m Meg a wedding florist in Bristol with a love of beautifully wild, gorgeously unruly wedding blooms. I’m so happy to share my latest wedding flower inspiration blog full of hints, tips and advice to help you choose perfect wedding florals as unique as you are. I love nothing more than getting creative with my beautiful, seasonal blooms in my lovely little flower shed at the end of my garden. Enjoy the floral faffery!
What I made…
A beautifully delicate, loose and natural bridal bouquet made using ‘winter moving into spring’ flowers, foliages and berries with a romantic matching Grooms buttonhole. I love this time of year as Spring is on the horizon. The days are getting longer and warmer and beautiful spring flower varieties are starting to emerge bursting with life and energy. Anemones are my absolute favourite flower, especially the paler varieties with dark blue black centers, so elegant but with a wildness about them.
Loose and natural in form with wild foliage giving it a beautiful asymmetry. Full of seasonal flowers such as anemones and ranunculus and some luxurious roses. This style of bouquet is perfect if you are wanting sophisticated yet informal feel to your day
I love creating these Boutonierre style buttonholes. The mixed stems tie in beautifully with informatlity of the bridal bouquet
My Tips and Advice
These designs are perfect for a January or February wedding. They are packed full of Anemones and Ranunculus which are beautiful to use at this time of year and throughout Spring. The lovely helebore with their delicate nodding heads add a touch of winter. The amazing jewel like viburnum berries and delicate Astrantia to give texture and depth.