>Are you still on the search for the perfect bouquet?
Our new Flowers magazine is now in the shops and it is (sigh) stunning! We have been flooded with emails of love sharing excitement over the magazine - I adore receiving these emails - they make my day!
Usually I show a preview of what's in the new mag before it's on the stands, but this time I was forced to wait. I have been busting to show you these gorgeous bouquets from the shoots.
Don't panic if you haven't yet got the mag - there's still time!
(Gasp) How wonderful! This divine bouquet is made up of Proteas with Serruria 'blushing brides', eucalyptus buds and leaves and dodder vine.
Flowers by Flos Florum
So very, very pretty - I can just imagine this bouquet in a Cinderella-type fairytale. It is made up of roses (few material ones too) and pearls.
Flowers by Vesna Grasso Floral Designer
I can see these flowers in a beautiful, romantic garden-style wedding ceremony. A whimsical gown, bare-feet, relaxed groom and some jazz music playing... just to set the scene. Love these flowers and all the feelings they evoke. Bouquet is made up of Earlicheer daffodils, roses and arbutus foliage and blooms.
Flowers by B'Leaf Flower Merchant
These flowers scream Autumn in the most creative and interesting way. I love this arrangement and could gaze at it for hours. The combination of all the elements is pure genius... well close (in my books). What are those elements you ask? Roses, echinacea cone flowers and leucadendrons with hypericum berries, eucalyptus tetragona nuts complemented by magnolia and autumn leaves.
Flowers by Floriart
Pure elegance! What more can I say? I love the added butterfly on the stem - nice touch!
These flowers are actually silk roses (some of the best I've seen) with berzelia buds and ivy leaves.
Flowers by Flos Florum
I think flowers are such an important aspect of the day. You know how fantastic it makes you feel to have flowers in the home? I think it's a must to have a dash of that feeling on your wedding day. (I could cleverly put these two ideas together saying it's significant to have the wonderful nesting feeling on the day you're marrying the man who will share your new marital home - but it might be stretching it and it hurts my brain. It's Monday after-all.)