Posts Tagged ‘bouquet’

How to have a colourful wedding with Flipside Bride bouquets

Colourful wedding ideas by Flipside Bride

Every girl dreams of a big white wedding, right? Err….no, wrong. Not everyone wants a traditional, pastel hued celebration with many wanting a colourful wedding. The wedding world is a cookie cutter industry. But what if you don’t want cookies? What if you want pizza? Or jelly? Or salted caramel chocolate cake? …Ok, now I’m […] Read more…

Daphne Rosa handmade flowers wedding bouquets as featured on the National Vintage Wedding Fair blog

Handmade Seasonal Flowers For Your Wedding Bouquet

The talented Kate Hansford from Daphne Rosa makes beautiful handmade blooms which we have featured here before. She also exhibits with us in London and this Sunday, in Manchester. This year, she has decided to create a new seasonal flower each month which of course will make perfect bouquets and buttonholes for your big day. […] Read more…

Daphne Rosa flowers as featured on The National Vintage Wedding Fair

The Language Of Flowers: Choosing Your Wedding Flowers

Choosing your wedding flowers can be a tricky business so today Kate from DaphneRosa will take you through the language of flowers. If you are anything like me I had absolutely no idea which flowers I wanted, which were in season or even a favourite flower so I opted for fabric instead and so DaphneRosa  was […] Read more…

vintage Brooch bouquet as featured on The National Vintage Wedding Fair blog

Unique Bride DIY Tutorial: Vintage Brooch Bouquets

The great thing about bouquets made from paper, fabric or brooches is that you can keep them forever. Today I share how I made my own brooch bouquet for my own vintage wedding, using enamel brightly coloured jewellery. What you need: Brooches, lots of them! You actually need a lot more than you think so...

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