I am obsessing over this loose and unstructured bridal bouquet! I traced this bouquet back to Borrowed & Blue where the bride’s wedding was featured. Originally, I was looking for garland inspiration, but when I was browsing through her photos I fell in love with her arrangement! Everything about this bouquet is beautiful and fit in so well with the bride’s theme. Their wedding was so relaxed yet elegant–just like her arrangement! You can really tell when a couple takes their time to add their personal touch and personality. I love the Veronica poking through and the feather-like Astilbe that was used to create a carefree look. In addition, the sage-green greenery mixed in with darker greens added depth and texture to the bouquet. Roses are timeless and elegant, so I love that the bride chose to add these to her bouquet. Although this bouquet was for a fall wedding, this color scheme/style could easily transition into the spring and summer! A bouquet like this is really versatile and simply beautiful! (Scroll beyond the breakdown for the complete product list.)
To recreate a similar look, here’s what you would need: White Scabiosa, White Astilbe, White Delphinium, White Veronica, White Spray Roses, and for a subtle pop of color Powder Pink Garden Rose, Kiss of Blush Lisianthus and Esther Light Pink Rose. Finish off the look by adding a a mix of Naked Seeded Eucalyptus Greenery, Parvafolia, and Dusty Miller.
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