Classic and elegant, white peonies with miniature roses
When thinking about your wedding flowers it’s often suggested that you look to what’s in season as this not only provides you with the best quality and reliabiltiy for your special day but can work out better on the purse strings too. Here at Flos Florum, we simply love working with seasonal produce and source stock directly from our local growers. In Victoria with the distinct changes in seasons (often all in one day) we are often spoiled for choice for the best seasonal blooms.
Spring pokes its head out after the long winter hibernation and the scents of Lilac fill the air. Budding Blossoms, Dogwood and dancing Bluebells lift the mood as the short winter days get swapped for promise of longer, warmer nights. Early spring is a beautiful time to make the most of the last of those winter blooms with Ranunculus a particular favourite for September brides and a gorgeous alternative to roses.
Sweet Peas and Ranunculus
Delicate and with a hint of a bygone era Sweet Peas and Rhododendron lower achieve the perfect garden look for vintage brides looking for a more natural feel. Whilst sweet scented blooms of Hyacinths, Freesias, Stock, Boronia and Jonquils linger sweetly in the memory.
With the market’s pick of seasonal blooms this spring wedding enjoyed the fresh white and green look
One of the most requested flowers from our brides at Flos Florum are Peonies. Lucky October/November brides get to indulge in their beauty. From perfect whites through to soft pinks and vivid magentas there are few other flowers that capture the imagination of the quintessential bridal bouquet.
Perfect Spring Peonies with seasonal blooms
All things vintage the quintessential Flos Florum Bridal bouquet
Photography by Flos Florum
Ms Gingham says: A beautiful selection of images and inspiration for Spring from Emma of Flos Florum!
Emma of Flos Florum says that her motivation is to create bespoke wedding flowers that will remain captured in your memories and photographs forever.