Flowers From The Hills – From The Garden

by | Flower Wisdom, Wisdom


Rita of Blooming Brides

Perhaps the most exciting thing in flowers in recent times is the trend towards letting flowers just do their thing: “like they were just picked out of a garden”. I hear it from so many clients – and I feel so relieved as I am reluctant to torture flowers into heavily manipulated designs. We are seeing fewer monochromatic, single level, single variety posies, and in their place, combinations of whatever is best in season, perhaps following a colour scheme or general ‘vibe’. Gone are the days of artificially bent leaves and decapitated roses stuffed into square vases. Flowers can really set the mood in a venue and the more natural the look, the more relaxed the vibe.

 Photography by Blooming Brides

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Ms Gingham says: Some more floral inspiration this week from Blooming Brides. So romantic, natural and seemingly effortless. Gorgeous!

We asked Rita what her favourite wedding story was: “Any story that ends with “and they lived happily ever after, thanks to a whole lot of patience, kindness, tolerance and flowers from Blooming Brides!”

Read Rita’s previous posts here for more floral inspiration!


  • Australian Wedding News | Polka Dot Bride says:
    March 9, 2012 at 10:03 am

    […] dayOn Polka Dot WisdomSarah Stevens editor of Australian magazine, Bride To Be shares her story The super talented Rita from Blooming Brides, shows us how to let flowers from the garden ‘do …Sarah from Simple Things Press shares her favourite photographers with us in our Vendor’s […]



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