The perfect silver and white bridal bouquet for an opulent New Year's Eve wedding
There’s always something to magical about the start of a new year. The promise of new beginnings, one long dark night that seems to last forever and glitter everywhere - we don’t think there could be a more magical time to get married. And if the photos of Laura and Darren’s beautiful New Year’s Eve wedding at Wharfedale Grange are anything to go by, we’re not wrong.
In keeping with the traditional sparkle that comes with the new year, Laura opted for a silver colour theme, comprised of icey greys, whites, muted greens and deep deep blues - it was so pretty! For Laura’s bouquet, we created a front-facing bouquet based around a trio of roses: huge crisp white rose alpe d’huezs, creamy avalanche roses and lots of lovely white lady spray roses. We mixed these with twisting silver amaranthus to add modern interest, branches of fluffy pussy willow, silver-green eucalyptus populus and beautiful kochia to give a frosted, wintery feel. To mirror the beautiful embellishment of Laura’s two-part dress, we added small handfuls of half-hidden silver brunnia and, in a nod to the bridesmaids’ deep blue gowns we added lots of big blue eryngium.
For the six bridesmaids we created six similar but smaller bouquets with much more green-grey foliage to nod to the couple’s rustic-glamour vibe. Set against the bridesmaids’ beautiful blue, crystal embellished gowns they looked so wintery and wild. The groom wore a buttonhole of berried eucalyptus, large silver thistles and the most perfect stems of grey brunnia, all tied with thin silver ribbon.