Bouquet Breakdown: Urban Bohemian Wedding Inspiration
This rich-hued bohemian-inspired bouquet is rustic, elegant, and totally stunning.
This gorgeous Urban Bohemian Wedding Inspiration shoot may have gone up on the blog a year ago, but every last rich, rustic detail is still just as stunning and inspiring today. Example: this bouquet created by Angie & Rhiannon, the co-founders of Flower Jar Melbourne, which is positively bursting with local, foraged foliage and blooms. Read on for the breakdown, and click here for even more pretty!
- 3 Stems of Crimson David Austin Roses
- 3 Stems of Magenta David Austin Roses
- 3 Stems of Pink David Austin Roses
- 5 Stems of White Peonies
- 5 Stems Pink Helleborus
- 4 Sprigs of Rosemary Foliage
- Handful of Foraged Peppercorn Foliage
- Handful of Foraged Trailing Jasmine Foliage
- Handful of Pieris Japonica
From Angie & Rhiannon... The styled shoot was an 'urban bohemian’ theme -- which to us was almost a bit of a juxtaposition of a hard and soft style… To reflect this we chose to use the bold pops of crimson and magentas (as the ‘hard’) against the crisp white of the peonies (the 'soft’.) The addition of the mid- and pale pinks softened the contrast (red and white is a big ’no-no!’), and then the whimsical trailing foliage was added for the romantic, boho feel.
The bouquet itself is a style we love to create -- bold and whimsical, and also with the foraged and locally grown blooms used whenever possible! We love textures, we love seasonal blooms, and we love to create flowers with a relaxed and natural style.
Floral Design: Flower Jar Melbourne | Photography: Alison Mayfield