Wedding: Priscilla + Philip
When it comes to creating the perfect bridal bouquet, it’s all about finding the right balance of colours and textures. For this particular bouquet, I started with a light peach and champagne base colour, which served as a beautiful neutral backdrop for the bouquet’s focal colours of burgundy, maroon, and deep red. These rich, warm hues added a touch of elegance and romance to the overall look of the bouquet. To add some depth and interest to the bouquet, I also incorporated shades of cappuccino. This colour helped to connect all the colours of the bouquet together and add some visual interest.
The flowers I used in this bouquet included burgundy roses, dianthus, painted anthurium, quicksand roses, cappuccino roses, phalaenopsis orchid, wine callas, astilbe, and matthiolas. Each of these flowers brought their own unique texture and shape to the bouquet, creating a truly stunning and bold look.
The burgundy roses added a bold and striking pop of colour, while the holland carnations and anthurium brought delicate and whimsical touches to the bouquet. The quicksand roses, with their soft and fluffy petals, added a romantic and ethereal feel to the bouquet. And the orchids and callas added a touch of elegance and sophistication. It was a free-structured bouquet and the bride could play around with the ways of carrying it.
Overall, the combination of colours and textures was truly beautiful and bold, just like Pris herself!