Blush wedding flowers are so hot right now! One of my most asked for colour schemes from brides getting married at the moment, and you can see why when you take a look at these flowers! These wedding flowers were based around soft ivory and pale pink spring flowers, and I had a stunning collection in for this bride!
Ivory hellebores, avalanche roses, David Austin ‘Patience’ roses, white spray roses and beautiful white anemones, built up my selection of ivory spring flowers. The cream narcissi smell amazing and are a great addition within spring wedding flowers, providing that heady scent. I also love the blowsy nature of the David Austin garden roses… which are ever so popular with brides.
For the blush aspect to the wedding flowers I used some beautiful pale pink lilac, which has a gorgeous scent! The hellebores also come in soft pink also, alongside the most amazing Clooni ranunculus, which are an extra large headed ranunculus!
The bouquet is finished off beautifully with some hand died silk ribbon from Lancaster and Cornish, a favourite supplier of mine. The ribbon trails so elegantly and is the perfect accessory to any bouquet! Thanks so much to Hannah Duffy Photography for these gorgeous photos!