You only need to glance at our Instagram feed to know that gorgeous flowers really tickle our fancy. That’s why rounding up the year’s most popular bouquets is always a highlight at Nouba HQ!
2017 saw plenty of greenery (it was Pantone’s colour of the year after all) but there was no shortage of vibrant florals and country garden favourites. Grasses and foraged natives mixed things up with scale and texture, and dark blooms were used to create drama and contrast.
We’re thrilled to see so many Nouba vendors feature in our end of year round ups, and as always our florists are kicking goals! To find your botanic guru, be sure to head to the Nouba Directory.
Dahlias and roses in every possible shade of pink, Alice's bouquet by White House Flowers looked a treat with her Lover dress. You can see more Damien Milan frames from this rainy Sydney wedding here.
Styled by Lisa Madigan, every detail of Peta and Gerard’s wedding was next level. Abundant yet restrained, edgy yet elegant, their contemporary vibe is summed up in this bouquet, captured by Justin Aaron. See the full story here.
Abundant bouquets in mixed pinks by Pomp & Splendour created some serious pop against the industrial setting (and wait til you see the killer floral arbour!) Sayher Heffernan captured Georgia and Brent’s warehouse wedding which you can see in full here.
Bursting with David Austin roses, disbuds, thryp, gum leaves and snap dragons, Debbie's lush bouquet was made by a talented friend. Sweet Mary Photography was behind the lens for Dallas and Debbie’s Townsville wedding, which you can catch right here.
With smatterings of citrus and vivid blooms aplenty, the show-stopping florals by Botanics of Melbourne were Kathy and Derrick’s favourite detail of the day. Catch their garden wedding by Lover of Mine right here.
With their nearly-black roses and pops of peach, we loved these high contrast, textural bouquets by The Wildflower Perth. Captured by James Simmons, catch Simone and Matt’s Fremantle wedding here.