These inspiring ideas for wedding bouquets are by London florist Blooming Haus
These four lovely bouquet ideas are by Blooming Haus. The floral design company started life as a pop-up store in Chelsea and was the brainchild of business partners Michal Kowalski and Michael Dariane. Michal studied floristry in the UK and Poland before completing his studies as a Master Florist in Switzerland and Austria.
Today the Blooming Haus team has carved a stellar reputation for indulgent flowers and stays true to Michal’s original passions – the beauty of rare and unusual plants he foraged for as a child and the endless hours spent tending his grandmother’s flower and produce-filled garden.
1. London classic
Inspired by classic London, and in particular the architecture of The Hurlingham Club where this wedding was held, this bridal bouquet has a simple but effective white and green colour scheme. Perfumed roses add texture, while fragrant peonies create a beautiful contrast against Corylus foliage. Veronica feature as accent flowers to lead the eye around the bouquet, while the addition of mock orange adds even more fragrance. We love the way that bridesmaids have the same design on a smaller scale. Image: Jay Rowden
2. Red glamour
Designed to be bold, for this bouquet warm and saturated tones of red lead the way, with subtle hints of purple and purple-blue hues. The result is an intense and vibrant bouquet, with dramatic contrasts that are visually impactful and perfectly suited to a wedding at the Royal Academy of Arts.
3. Fresh take
This asymmetrical bouquet was created for a wedding at Dartmouth House and the design was chosen by the team at Blooming Haus to showcase the bride’s energetic and outgoing personality. Light and romantic, with soft tones of cream, apricot and green, it offers a breath of freshness in the heart of the bustling capital. Image: Fiona Kelly Photography
4. Garden glory
Blush and blue were the order of the day for this bride, chosen to tie in with the romantic and muted wedding colours. The bouquet is soft and timeless – and perfectly in keeping with the setting and the season – beautiful Kew Gardens on a sunny June day.
Rooted in the craft of flowers, Blooming Haus champions local and unusual flowers and foliage, carefully sourcing choice specimens from small independent growers. It works at many leading wedding venues across London and the south east. Find out more about its work at bloominghaus.com
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