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Bold And Beautiful Bouquets Are The Biggest Wedding Floral Trend

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Wedding bouquets are getting whimsical and wonderful and now is definitely time to get creative with your floral and colour mix to create impactful arrangements. We worked with floral design master Becky DeOliveira, owner and creative director of Blush & Bloom to create these blooming masterpieces which not only feature unlike colour combos and textures, but interesting shapes and silhouettes.

All florals by Becky DeOliveira, Blush & Bloom. Photography by Maya Visnyei. Styling by Catherine Doherty. As seen in Weddingbells Fall & Winter 2020 issue.

Bouquet pictured above
CORALS
Top left: Cappuccino roses, dyed antique tulips, brown sweet peas, pink peonies, peach carnations and coral double tulips .
Top right: White lisianthus, white ranunculus, pink hyacinth, black scabiosa, anemone, sweet pea and Quicksand roses and Romerillo fern. 
Bottom right: Coral peonies, snowball viburnum. Cloni blush ranunculus, butterfly ranunculus and foraged foliage.
Bottom left: Coral peonies, brown sweet peas, eggplant ranunculus and coral flowering quince.

MAUVES
Blue hyacinth, sand cherry foliage, eggplant ranunculus, mauve Amnesia roses, brown sweet opera, blue tweedia and cappuccino roses. 

NEUTRALS
Top left: Coral peonies, flowering coral quince, cappuccino roses, foraged foliage and coral ranunculus.
Top Right: Pink hyacinth, pink peonies, pink butterfly ranunculus, cappuccino roses and Quicksand roses.
Bottom Right: Sweet pea, freesia, ranunculus, lisianthus, spray roses and blue tweedia.
Bottom Left: Sweet peas, foraged sand cherry foliage, lilac spray roses, eggplant ranunculus, cappuccino roses, cream lisianthus and ranunculus. 

WHITES
Foraged foliage, Blush Cloni ranunculus, Cream ranunculus, sweet pea Quicksand roses.

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