Maroon Bridal Bouquet

We love being a part of weddings, the excitement, anticipation and not to mention, always beautiful flowers!

See some shots of our making of the bride’s bouquet, the final product and the accompanying bridesmaid’s bouquets.

Air plants

Air plants

Succulents collected from the garden

Succulents collected from the garden

Beautiful red desert roses

Beautiful red desert roses

Succulents

Succulents

Our selected orchid for the bride. The groom wore the same in his buttonhole.

Our selected orchid for the bride. The groom wore the same in his buttonhole.

A collection of roses, succulents, arum lillies, proteas, tulips and orchids for the bride's bouquet.

A collection of roses, succulents, arum lillies, proteas, tulips and orchids for the bride’s bouquet.

The bridesmaids' bouquets had same flowers as the bride's.

The bridesmaids’ bouquets had same flowers as the bride’s.

The final bouquet, a beautiful maroon and green waterfall.

The final bouquet, a beautiful maroon and green waterfall.

Bridal flowers

Pretty bridesmaids bouquets

Pretty bridesmaids bouquets

All the bouquets together

All the bouquets together

Tags: ,

Trackbacks/Pingbacks

  1. Using food with floral arrangments - Rosamunds Florist - July 28, 2017

    […] Food can add interesting dynamic and glamour to your flower arrangements. The richly textured green and purple cabbage or kale for example, is now widely popular and you probably have seen them for sale in shops with flowers and even in bridal bouquets. […]