How to make a Sunflower, Hydrangea and Rosehip Wedding Bouquet
Kelly has reached out and asked if I could share how to create the bouquets and table flowers for her late summer wedding. All celebrations are to take place on the family farm with feasting in the barn. Nothing too fancy, just a few sunflowers, golden roses, hydrangeas and her favourites, rosehips and gumnuts.
She likes the idea of ‘forever’ blooms because once the wedding is over, these same flowers will be used to create a large rustic informal gathering for the front entrance of their barn inspired home.
I’ve done a wee mock up for Kelly, which she loves and now it’s time to share how quick and easy this type of designing is.
I think that dogwood blossoms far outshine cherry or the other blossom families. The size, the beautiful white flowers with their darling little detailed petals, make these exceptional specimen blooms that really can hold their own or solo in a vase.