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Vintage Chic Bouquet Breakdown

written by Thalia September 18, 2017

When I worked in our Customer Care department, it was always exciting to help DIY brides with their orders, and I must say seeing their floral vision come to life was always rewarding! We love when our brides submit a Flower Story and when they reach out to share their wedding photos. Not too long ago, a FiftyFlowers bride reached out to us and shared her destination wedding photos with us. Her photos were stunning so I decided to feature her bridal bouquet on the blog. I absolutely love the vintage feel this bouquet gives off. It’s full of popular blooms such as Garden Roses, Anemones, and Ranunculus. All of these blooms pair nicely with the greenery she used. I especially love the Rosemary peaking through the arrangement. I think it added captivating texture!
Scroll on for a beautiful bouquet shot from Brumley & Wells Photography along with a cheat sheet on what you need to recreate the look!


This bouquet can be recreated using the following flowers: Assorted Fresh Cut Anemones50 Shades of Early Grey Roses, Dusty Miller, Fresh Cut Rosemary, Leyland Cedar greeneryEucalyptus Wedding DIY Greenery Box (she used our Baby Eucalyptus and Seeded Eucalyptus from this pack), and White Ranunculus. The bride also used some White LisianthusWhite Tulips, and Patience Ivory Cream David Austin Garden Roses.

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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Kelly Lewis September 19, 2017 at 12:55 am

Hi, I was wondering if you could help with the names of the flowers in this bouquet? In the website, in the about us section it’s the bouquet at the top. Cheers!

Thalia September 19, 2017 at 8:09 am

Hi Kelly, can you send me a direct link or email me the photo at thalia@fiftyflowers.com? Thank you!


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