These seasonal ideas from Miriam Faith Floral Design showcase the wide colour and texture possibilities of your bouquet, and the wonderful effects you can create using choice blooms and elegant foliage
Miriam Faith Floral Design founder and lead designer Miriam Webster discovered her passion for designing with flowers while planning her own wedding. Training at McQueens, she went on to establish a company that focuses on luxurious and visually stunning displays – whether it’s a simple hand-tied bouquet or a dramatic display to bring a party space to life. Based in central London, she also works across the Home Counties and beyond and is known for her focus on both colour blends and the textural possibilities of flowers.
1. White magic
Showing the impact and depth of a single-colour bouquet, this lovely white arrangement includes ranunculus, roses and hellebores, with accents of green provided by asparagus fern, ivy and Italian soft ruscus.
2. Roses all the way
A classic bouquet, and featuring flowers that are available all year round, this dome-shaped design features a subtle blend of old-style garden roses, including lush Juliet blooms from leading British rose grower David Austin.
3. Spring glamour
A standout trailing bouquet for an early spring wedding, this elegant bouquet offers a sophisticated palette of colours and glorious scents by blending lilac, hellebores, sweet peas, roses, skimmia, jasmine and prairie gentian.
4. Texture fest
A fabulous textural combination and perfect for a high-summer wedding, this dramatic bouquet includes dried grass and nigella pods, wax flowers, ranunculus, rosemary, eucalyptus and olive leaves, plus delicate asparagus fern.
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