Happy Monday lovely ladies (and gents!), hope you all had a wonderful weekend. I’m in the throes of planning an exciting upcoming editorial with Anne-Marie Bouchard and get to spend the morning picking out stunning dresses to showcase (it’s a tough life I know!). While organising this particular editorial, I’ve been pondering wedding flower styles a lot and would love to get thoughts and feedback from you brides to be and talented florists out there. Personally I’m a big fan of the style bouquet that is full, loose and romantic with lots of different kinds of flowers and loose asymmetrical shapes. However I’ve seen very few examples of this style at weddings in Ireland and I’m curious why that is? Is it that it’s just not your cup of tea (I was an all peony bouquet girl so totally love the one flower structured look too) or is it that these style flowers are very tricky to source here and possibly more expensive? Florists I’d love to hear from you from this point of view! Enjoy the examples below and feel free to comment here or on facebook and twitter!
Image Credits: Jen Huang and Saipua | Kate Murphy and Love n Fresh Flowers | Maggie Harkov and Saipua | Jose Villa and Kelly Kaufman| Amy Osaba | Odalys Mendez and Joy Thigpen | Kate Murphy and Saipua | Eric Kelley and Joy Thigpen | Jose Villa and Flowerwild |