I personally think gyp is SO underrated- I know people still associate it with the 80's, but I genuinely think it looks beautiful and wispy. I love this collar underneath the bouquet- it gives it a secret edge to it, and hides unsightly stems. It's almost like having a collar of lace.
My new favourite flower! Available in a wide range of colours including lilac, pink, white and red. Generally available from June to November. It not only adds a lovely, soft accent to a design, but it's unusual too.
Catherine's bouquet made mainly from lily of the valley was the perfect understated choice. Much has been made about the similarities between her dress and that of Grace Kelly's, but their choice of bouquet was also the same...
This is probably my favourite flower at the moment. It's available roughly from September to April, so just before the main wedding season which is a shame- but it's in my eyes the perfect spring flower. It comes in a whole assortment of colours- look out for the very interesting all-green, cabbage-like one!
Blossom is such a natural and pretty thing, I can't understand why it's constantly overlooked for weddings. It adds the perfect touch to a bouquet- or provides a fantastical and whimsical table centrepiece.
I just had to post some pictures of miniature fruit trees on here- I absolutely love them indoors (especially orange trees.) They definitely add an exotic touch to any interior, and can easily be transported to a wedding venue to add an unusual and colourful element.