My top 10 bouquets of the year, held by real brides!

Happy Saturday everyone! I totally fell in love with Hollie’s red rose and poppy bouquet on the blog this week, and it inspired me to fill the English Wedding Blog with flowers today. Whatever bouquet style you’re looking for, whatever your colours, there’ll be something wonderful here to inspire you. And for more, visit my wedding flowers Pinterest board!

Hollie’s beautiful red bouquet by Chic Weddings | Image credit Rebecca Douglas Photography

1. Red roses, rosemary and poppies for a vintage British wedding
Rebecca Douglas Photography

pastel wedding bouquet

Clare’s beautifully soft pastel bouquet by Flowers in the Forest | Image credit Nicola Milns Photography

2. Beautiful textures and subtle tones for an English country garden wedding
Nicola Milns Photography

gypsophila bouquet

Jenna’s beautiful gypsophila bouquet | image credit Pete Henderson Photography

3. I adore Jenna’s huge bouquet of gyp – and the same flowers were used throughout the day for real impact!
Pete Henderson Photography

colourful bridal bouquet

Jess’s bouquet is full of gorgeous spring colours by Cindy for Ringwood Hall | Image credit Jon Cripwell Photography

4. Bright candy colours for Jess’s pastel coloured wedding – this is so bright and beautiful, I love it!
Jon Cripwell Photography

colourful bouquet

A rainbow bouquet by Jay Archer | Image credit Tracy Morter Photography

5. Worth an extra look for the flower crown, relaxed vibe and gloriously happy atmosphere, this is Holly’s bridal bouquet.
Tracy Morter Photography

mixed colour bouquet

Sam’s bouquet looks good enough to eat – I love the mixed colour palette by Floral Accents | Image credit Sophie Duckworth Photography

6. Pretty and feminine, Sam’s Floral Accents bouquet is perfect for a spring or summer wedding
Sophie Duckworth Photography

tulip bouquet

Linda’s vibrant tulip bouquet is so striking | image credit Love in Focus

7. Tulips in the most vibrant of colours made a real statement bouquet for Linda – and this is a favourite wedding for me, full of character and with a really individual and quirky style!
Love in Focus Photography

gypsophila bouquet

Elegant bouquet by Brompton Floral Designs| image credit Matthew Bishop Photography

8. Michaela’s elegant bouquet of gypsophila and white roses is perfect for a chic wedding
Matthew Bishop Photography

pink rose bridal bouquet 2014

Soooo pretty! Bouquet by The Flower House | image credit Penny Young Photography

9. Chantal’s bouquet in the softest of pinks is so classy and sweet – another irresistible favourite for me!
Penny Young Photography

textured bouquet

Victoria’s richly coloured textured bouquet is by Bouquet Chic | image credit Babb Photo

10. Victoria adored her bouquet by Bouquet Chic, perfect for a characterful winter wedding
Babb Photo

So what’s your wedding flower style? Striking or soft? Bright or pastels? I love how bouquets have changed from tidy shapes and simple colours to creative structures and exciting textures and colour – and I can’t wait to see more beautiful bouquets on the blog over the summer!

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Claire Gould

Claire spends her days writing - either in beautiful calligraphy or online. She lives on the edge of the English Lake District only minutes away from the beach, where she loves to escape and unwind. Claire's calligraphy can be found at Claire launched the English Wedding Blog in November 2009 - it's been a top 10 UK wedding blog ever since, with a regional focus we hope you LOVE.




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