BRIDAL PARTY FLOWERS
SALLY ROSE STUDIO CREATES STUNNING CONTEMPORARY
HAND TIED OR WIRED BRIDAL BOUQUETS AND BUTTONHOLES
I am here for the brides that LOVE flowers. Those that want pretty, textural, contemporary, fresh bridal bouquets with clean lines and a classic feel. Roses are my all time favourites as they are traditional but cool and available all year round at a fair price with a huge array of colours available, but I will always work with your favourite blooms and make some suggestions on colour and season.
No two bouquets from Sally Rose Studio are ever the same,
but you can always count on beautiful quality and execution.
Alicia wanted a glamorous hand tied bouquet of roses and peonies in ivory and blush.
We incorporated some stunning white o'hara garden roses that smelled divine and spray roses to add lots of texture. We chose minimal greenery for the bouquets and blush roses for the gents buttonholes.
Ivory and dusky pink were the main rose colours for Lucy's compact hand tied bouquet. Variegated foliage, gypsophila and astilbe added lots of texture to this vintage inspired bouquet.
Vicky and Stuart's accent colour was tiffany blue so we used that colour ribbon for the bouquets but kept the flowers all white with a touch of eucalyptus greenery. The bouquets really popped against the bridesmaids blue dresses. The buttonholes had blue thistles to represent Stuarts Scottish heritage.
Shades of Pink
Sara and Adam had a scorcher of a summer wedding and chose a real mix of modern flowers in all shades of pink to create their bridal party flowers. The girls wore wrist corsages of pale pink roses with hot pink accents and Saras bouquet was finished with a beautiful diamante wrap.
Caroline wanted a shower bouquet abundant with greenery and seasonal blooms in pretty pastel shades.
Hanging amaranthus and snowberries added wonderful texture and a modern touch.
Anna really wanted a bridal bouquet that reflected the winter season so rich red berries and spruce were used with skimmia foliage. Large headed roses in pale pink and ivory brought the femininity to the design and it was finished with a rustic collar of twisted branches.
Becky had a late summer wedding ceremony (in a Windmill!) and wanted to keep the flowers bright, simple and elegant. Her contemporary hand tied bouquet of gerbera daisies with looped grasses was complimented by a mini gerbera for Alistair.
Sophie wanted an abundance of sophistication for her bouquet so we chose white roses and freesia mixed with rich purple lisianthus and royal blue delphiniums. This was finished with a collar of gypsophila to match the bridesmaids bouquets.
Laura's art deco inspired bouquet is still one of my favourites to this day.
A monochrome palette with vibrant lime green orchids looked stunning in the hand tied teardrop shaped bouquet. the gents wore calla lilies dressed with peacock flowers and the bridesmaids had round hand tied bouquets of ranunculus and anemones, perfect for spring.