BUDGET £22.5 – 25K
With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, we thought we’d share some contemporary wedding inspiration with you, including vibrant pink and red wedding flowers, modern wedding invitations and a stylish fringe wedding dress. The model also wears some killer bridal boots, tassel earrings and a teddy coat to complete her bridal outfit. Because, as Charlotte & Becky discussed in our RMW 2019 Roundup Podcast, every bride should add their personal style to their bridal look and your outfit doesn’t have to stop at the dress!
Finding a wedding florist can be quite the task. There are thousands of them to choose from. But as with most talented creatives, not all are created equal. Florists vary in style, expertise, price point and of course, location. Flowers may also be way high up on your budget priority list or not much of a consideration at all. But like many of your wedding suppliers, we advocate doing your research and finding a florist that not only jives with your vision for your day, but also ticks all of your required boxes. And in case you’re unsure of what those boxes should be, we’ve created a list of questions for your wedding florist to help you along.
We pride ourselves on presenting you the very best suppliers and florist Rebel and the Rose is well and truly up there with the finest! We’ll hand over to Esther to talk more around the creative process for creating stunning wedding flowers.
I’m a firm believer that all creatives have a rebellious streak. I like to wear mine proudly, and I urge all my couples to do the same. Since starting my floristry business four years ago, I have learned that the sorts of wedding flowers that spark my creativity and passion are those that you won’t find on Pinterest. I have no interest in doing what’s been done before, and neither should you – you’re not living someone else’s fairy tale, you’re writing your own.
This stunning Anemone bouquet complements this rustic-luxe inspiration perfectly, proving it’s as versatile as it is pretty. Typically in season from October through to May. These beauties come in a variety of colours, including crisp white as portrayed, which looks stunning against the grey, gold and wood decor.
Summer is just magical, isn’t it? It’s the height of wedding season for good reason. Longer, brighter nights perfect for partying. Warmer temperatures and (hopefully) less rain. But probably most notably in the world of florists and stylists, the landscape just bursts to life as the choice of blooms for summer wedding flowers explodes. From the early release of big pillowy peonies, to the abundance of white sprays of delicate tiny blossoms, summer is the perfect time to play with scale, colour and texture. And with such an array of blooms to choose from, the only problem is… Where to start?
We hope you can find some inspiration in the beautiful images laced throughout this post. And if you’re in the process of turning inspiration into reality, consult The List for our handpicked choice of florists up and down the country to help you design the floral focus of your big day.
When your first reaction when you look at a wedding is a huge swoon, you know it’s going to be a good one. The tranquillity and beauty of the Italian villa mixed with the elegance of the peach and white wedding flowers and sophistication of the bride’s lace wedding dress is a force to be reckoned with. You’ll instantly want to be transported there, and will find yourself pinning all the beautiful blooms before you can say peachy!
Is your wedding booked for the Autumn months? Well, you lucky devil. The blooms of summer might be less abundant, but what replaces them is a resplendent display of rich tones and sculptural textures, found only in Autumn wedding flowers. Whether you choose to embrace the traditionally warm reds and oranges, decide to take advantage of the deep jewel colours or prefer a simple neutral or pastel palette, an expert florist will be able to guide you through the blooms available during this transition season.