These four gorgeous bouquet ideas from Hiding in the City Flowers are perfect for the bride who wants a fresh and contemporary take on her bouquet
Established in 2013 by Sarah Loughrey-Jennings, Hiding in the City Flowers has a distinctive and fresh take on designing flowers for weddings and events. Drawing inspiration from fashion and interiors trends, and offering an entirely bespoke approach, its arrangements celebrate the seasons and have an elegant and natural style that is very much in tune with contemporary weddings.
A lovely and unusual early summer bouquet featuring lush peonies (everyone’s favourite). Here they shine placed alongside Honesty, foxgloves and irises, with olive leaves and grasses adding a soft backdrop of green. The overall effect is simple and elegant, with a naturalistic feel.
This striking arrangement – the perfect foil to an elegantly simple white wedding gown – combines lavish hydrangeas, euphorbia, dahlias and roses. We love the addition of striking and architectural philodendron leaves.
A gorgeous blend of tonal shades from cream to rich red, this summer-garden arrangement includes copper beech leaves and glossy viburnum berries alongside peony, dahlia and foxgloves.
Redolent of a summer meadow, this romantic bouquet includes grasses, heather and poppy seed heads alongside waxflowers, dried everlasting flowers and statice. It looks wonderful set against the ornate textures of this flower-embellished wedding gown.