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Bouquet Breakdown: Cascading Garden Bouquet

written by Thalia August 1, 2017

As always, we love when customers send in photos of bouquets they want us to breakdown, especially when they’re as gorgeous as the one I am featuring today! The bridal bouquet below is full of color, texture and drama. I especially love the subtle cascade bouquet shape. I traced the arrangement back to Jess Mauger’s Floral Design studio in Rockhampton, a city in Central Queensland, Australia.  The bridal bouquet does include flowers we don’t have on our website but I added very similar substitutions that would fit in perfectly. Scroll on to see what you’ll need to get the look…

Colorful-Cascade-Bouquet

 

Here’s what you would need in order to recreate a similar look: Bold orange roses like our Orange Ecuadorian Roses, some Pink Limonium (or White Tissue Statice), Blue Delphinium, Light Pink Spray Roses, a few strands of White Asters, and bright yellow Mimosa filler flowers. A great substitution for Mimosa would be our long-lasting yellow Yarrow. This bouquet also features Ranunculus in shades of pink. They also included Jasmine Vine, which we do not offer but a great alternative would be our Italian Ruscus Greenery. This variety comes in a beautiful dark green color and can be used to achieve a cascade bouquet shape. Poppies were also included in this bouquet. We don’t have Poppies on our site but great alternative would be Anemones. They’re just as beautiful and are highly sought-after!

Love this bouquet? Check out all of our Bouquet Breakdowns on the blog and our Pinterest board! If you’ve found a bouquet that you need broken down to try and recreate yourself, just leave a comment with a link to the image and we will do our best to offer some suggestions!

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Carol August 1, 2017 at 8:09 pm

Thank you so much for the lovely breakdown of this stunning bouquet!

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