Pop the prosecco, it’s that time of year again! We’re winding down for the holidays and looking back at the best bits of 2015. To kick things off, we’re ooh-ing and ahh-ing over this year’s most beautiful bouquets.
We’ve loved this year’s floral trends and reckon Aussie florists are true pioneers in experimenting with the unexpected and pushing those botanic boundaries. Organic, unstructured creations have reigned supreme this year and we love seeing so many native, local and seasonal flowers in the mix.
With so many amazing creations, it was no mean feat to select a bloggable few. But here goes! Our favourite bouquets of 2015…
An entirely flower-free wedding might pose a challenge to some florists, but not Beautiflora! The Byron Bay botanic studio created this unique green bouquet of lotus pods, asclepias pods, succulents, and tropical greenery for this tipi wedding, captured by John Benavente.
We love a DIY bouquet and this native wildflower creation is a stunner! Lisa Kingston Flowers provided the bulk of the blooms (along with a few picked from around the venue) and the bride created the bouquets and table arrangements. From this Tassie beach wedding by Jonathan Wherrett.
A beautiful mix of cockscomb, cactus dahlia, succulents and roses, we can’t get enough of this artful bouquet by She’s a Wildflower. The Railway Museum wedding it belongs to is every bit as lovely! Photography by Erin & Tara.
Bursting with magenta peonies and perfect roses with trailing gum blossom and olive foliage, this bouquet by Brisbane florist French Flowers has us jaws agape! From this opulent backyard wedding captured by Heart & Colour.
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